Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Just a reminder that Net Neutrality is not dead yet



In the news recently is a lawsuit against the FCC for failing to take action to separate the "fake" anti-net-neutrality comments submitted by ISPs using customers' real names from the real ones created by actual people who do not want the Internet to be even more corporate than it is now. As a reminder, it is not to late to keep fighting for net neutrality at Save the Internet.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/09/fake-net-neutrality-comments-at-heart-of-lawsuit-filed-against-fcc/

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Hello, World!

For an overview of "Hello, World!" see the Wikipedia article on the topic. For a list of "Hello, World" programs in different languages see the Wikibooks on "Hello, World!" As you can guess by now if you are still reading, the purpose of this post is to test the blog so that I can see how the platform renders different layouts.

"Hello, World!" programs have become so ubiquitous that GNU even has a hello program available in most Linux software repositories.

The concept of "Hello, World" is so ingrained in computer science that it has even become the subject of a number of jokes such as this one from GNU. A framed, handwritten 1-liner C version was even auctioned off by Brian Kernighan.

Finally, check out XKCD 353:

Python

Ben