This is turning into "lines I dropped from the text editor":
> Everything I publish is CC0 for data portability, and because when you think about it everything we write is addressed to the future...
I had a read flag pre-programmed in my head: don't use ellipses in a cover letter! Is it really, really clever? DON'T USE ELLIPSES IN A COVER LETTER!
Now you're playing with power: https://archive.org/details/NintendoPowerIssue127December1999
Humans sure do make a lot of fighter jets. I mean, per dog fight. Why are we making all these jets, but not crashing them into each other like toys?
Here's my point: we're all like, hey, aliens that don't quite speak our language, come on down! And they just see stockpiles of weapons, all over the planet!
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The codes that a mechanic reads from your on board diagnostic system to determine why your check engine light is on.
Some manufacturers have taken to using proprietary codes that only work with special readers to make sure you can't go to third party mechanics.
I think it's also dangerous to be complacent, because it's becoming so easy for "content providers" to kust bolt in DRM now using third party services, that the only reason not to is public objection. Eventually the way things are going, even Youtube will roll it out universally. And you might say "whatevs" but next is HTML elements like images, and later text. Or inspectable JS/CSS. Or HTML itself.
Does this assume you are aware of all existing DRM and won't be surprised by, say, DRM'd printer ink? Or DRM'd OBD codes in a car?
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"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko