No, we're not up in arms because this is just some guy talking, not any government's policy.
The Gazans have a strange idea of freedom to me; when Israel gave them a chance to form their own government they decided to destroy their economy and shoot rockets at Israel.
It has a pro video subsystem, a pro audio subsystem, a pro graphics subsystem, a pro Web development subsystem
When calculating a teacher's salary, please include the facts that:
Then decide if teachers are really "underpaid." Being a public school teacher is among the best middle class jobs in the nation right, maybe *the* best because there is almost no accountability for the work they do and the standards are so low. All they need to do is show up for work and keep their pants on, and they are set for life.
I can say with a high degree of confidence that it runs most applications flawlessly. Of course, you need to remove many of the new
It is certainly not ruining it for developers who like to write high quality software in modern programming languages quickly. And it's not ruining it for customers that benefit from better software and shorter release cycles. So who is it ruining it for? People that invested their careers in cloning the Win32 API?
The real WTF is why you don't have a password on boot and why you have Thunderbird configured to store your email password unencrypted.
A secondary WTF is why you are leaving valuable, apparently uninsured, items unattended in a car.
Laptops get lost and stolen all the time. My advice is to put some thought and energy into that reality rather than trying to try to catch this guy.
(NB: Thunderbird will store passwords encrypted if you assign a master password, which requires you to enter a password at launch.)
Someday somebody has got to decide whether the typewriter is the machine, or the person who operates it.