So glad this is about some other state's Juicy burgers and I don't have to watch other Minnesotans rage about "Jucy" versus "Juicy" and other malarky like anywhere other than Matt's Bar being the place to get one.
I swear I am going to start a bar and make my signature burger be "The Moist Argument." It'll have salty tears on it.
So they waited until Github was owned by Microsoft to bitch about code on Github that can download videos from youtube?
Sure that's not a naked cash grab against a large corporation at all. Clearly this is about merits.
"Old white men yell at each other about money in front of a crowd" used to be just an embarrassing moment with crazy uncles at a family outing, but thanks to the wonder of the information superhighway we can see everyone's crazy uncles being assholes.
Honestly I think I am just pleasantly surprised at the sliver of consistency of Trump about my city: Apparently the White House remembered Minneapolis is a No-Go Zone (TM) because of Sharia Law being enacted, not because we're an anarchy.
(Christ, what an asshole.)
Stop giving "critics" of 230 the benefit of the doubt by calling them confused. These people know exactly what they're doing.
One wonders if Ms. Harper's attitude toward damages will be governed by the nature of the reply.
But these factors pale in comparison to the simple fact that four out of five books are read at no charge.
Yes, how dare these libraries do....the thing they literally are designed to do and have always done?
I mean, if you wanted evidence of terrible and nefarious antifa actions in Minneapolis you can watch that and think "Clearly these are outside agitator because they're not dancing to Prince, The Time or Doomtree."
I literally live in the middle of this, and it is very likely based on what I witnessed that all three of your bullet points were happening.
But my favorite moronic tell from these asshats was that so many of them decided to take the plates off their cars and drive around causing their trouble in those cars, during curfew, with the largest law-enforcement task force deployed in the history of Minnesota concentrated in 50 square city blocks.
That takes a special kind of idiot.
I live 15-ish blocks to the west of where George Floyd died, I am blocks from the 5th precinct where there was a LOT of activity after the 3rd precinct fell.
I have chased asshats off my street trying to light trash cans, garages/fences or cars on fire and watched the instigators as this happened around me.
Antifa wasn't here as far as anyone could tell on my block, but everyone who doesn't live here sure keeps telling me they were. I did catch a bunch of cars that were driving around without license plates moving their rioting and arson activity around to avoid the national guard and cops out. The next morning the report from National Guard/Police in the press briefings was those were violence tourists attempting to start a full blown race war. Some from out of state, many from third-tier suburbs and the boonies. A lot of AR-15s confiscated from cops stopping those cars, and more than one of those trucks/cars without plates had QAnon stickers that I saw.
I guess antifa is a better boogey man than the more nuanced reality happening. Sure getting sick of assholes telling me what I literally witnessed though.
I think a better way to think about this is not that Youtube wants to improve itself and grow the platform, but that Youtube has cornered the performance art of punching oneself in the crotch using the heads of their content creators.
Be sure to like, subscribe and ring the bell so you can see them punch themselves in the crotch next time!
While I agree with you, most of the design of the control software on these devices doesn't even assume that a home network would have more than 1 broadcast domain or subnet. This leads to apps not being able to connect from wireless if the IoT thing is on another subnet/etc.
It causes some issues from time to time, especially when they auto-discover their counterparts or control devices on one subnet and don't think there might be another locally. I recently had an issue with chromecast like this: It was joined to the 2.4gHz wireless, which was technically being used as a sort of "device wifi" and my phone on the 5gHz wireless (on another subnet/vlan) wouldn't allow me to enter an IP - it just kept trying to search the one vlan/subnet.
That was before they released chromecasts with 5gHz support, so maybe they fixed this, but things like these non-considerations for more complicated home networks turn me off to most IoT devices. That and I trust the security in them so little I doubt I would let the vlan they are on out to the internet, which probably breaks most of them.
tl/dr: agreed, but that breaks a lot of the functionality of these things.