Re: iceweasel not being recognized by ISP website
On Sun, Feb 04, 2007 at 03:03:13PM -0500, Michael Pobega wrote:
> Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
> >Douglas Allan Tutty wrote:
> >>On Sun, Feb 04, 2007 at 10:39:51AM -0500, Michael Pobega wrote:
> >>>Ottavio Caruso wrote:
> >>>>--- Kamaraju Kusumanchi <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>>>>In such a case, should I tell my friend "dont apply for jobs with
> >>>>>capitalone as they use a website which is not compatible with
> >>>>Yes, you should!
> >>>If you keep a company like that going by pumping new blood into it
> >>>you'll just end up seeing more companies like them, and before you
> >>>know it there will be no more standard compliant business sites
> >>>anywhere on the internet.
> >>Kant's Categorical Imperitive. On a linux mailing list.
> >I thought I'd never see the day 8-)
> I really don't see what's wrong with believing in something. All I'm
> saying is that companies like MS are catching on, and being paid to do
> things like this. The Debian way is the opposite of companies like that,
> and you're telling me I'm wrong for having these viewpoints on a
> *Debian* mailing list.
> I'm not saying to be out of work because you don't agree with a company,
> but I think more people should be passionate for what they believe in. I
> didn't think people here would be so prone to jump on me for just
> stating my opinion on something.
You may have misinterpreted my observation as criticism. It was,
instead, high praise. None of the standard emotives [ :-) ] seemed
There's nothing wrong with not being employed by a company because you
don't agree with the company. In some professions, its a professional
duty to not work for such a company. It follows that if there are _no_
employers with whom you agree then there is a mismatch between your
morals and the wider culture in which you find yourself. You would then
be a refugee of concience. Hopefully, your country is large and diverse
enough to have a multitude of culture from which to choose in which to
immerse yourself. (I'm Canadian Eh?)