Unity on Windows 8
bobs at twft.com
Mon Sep 19 12:31:32 EDT 2011
I wonder how many of these EULA's we would have if no human being ever pirated software? I wonder what kind of copy protection we would have if no one ever copied an MP3? All you who have or ever have had copies of music you never bought and have chimed in on the evils of EULA's or copy protection, just stop for a moment and ask yourself how much you have contributed to the present situation.
Lawyers pretty much run the world for the reason that people in general have created a market for them. If we want to place blame, let's start at the source, which is that crooked neighbor or the drug dealers down the street, or perhaps even ourselves. If we are unwilling to turn them in as our civic duty, if any of us have a tool he borrowed from his neighbor and never got around to telling him, then we might start looking in the mirror for the real culprit in the blame game.
Let the flames begin! :-)
On Sep 17, 2011, at 10:57 AM, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> On 09/17/2011 08:50 PM, Roger Eller wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Richard Gaskin<ambassador at fourthworld.com
>>> Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>>> I really don't mind if software companies want to rip ideas from each
>>> It's been going on a long time....
>> I think Apple has been borrowing/taking from Linux for even longer. Where
>> did spaces, widgets, and even iTunes originally come from?
>> Now, they're into buying out the hackers as Apple employees and interns.
>> That will surly curb jailbreaking, which IMHO is a terribly nasty term for
>> something that should be allowed.
> If I buy something, surely it it then mine, and I can do whatever I like with it?
> I have a friend who keeps hens in his car (it is not used for driving as none of the birds
> have passed their test yet). Nobody told him he couldn't use it for that purpose; so he didn't have to jailbreak his car.
> So "jailbreaking" is perfectly OK as the end-user (or, the OWNER) has been unjustly
>> In Android, it is a simple built-in
>> checkbox to allow other sources. It should be the end-users choice.
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