The movie industry appears to be rewriting its own history in order for itself to appear prescient.
Its a simple thing to do, isn't it?
How long has this been going on?
All our lives, it seems.
People have seldom ever been able to look after their copies of films.
But the film industry surely has enough money to tempt people who think they are living in a state of higher consciousness?
Revisionism is perfectly natural, and the world wide web in fact encourages us to remove unsightly ideas of ours which we may have published in a measure of haste.
It would be doing an injustice to the inventor of the web to call this a mistake: to hold ourselves from correcting our mistakes.
The public will slowly have to learn that links are not endorsements of the site to which they lead.
And then they will have to slowly learn that links are not endorsements of the page to which they lead.
It's just a link; and at any time you might get a 404 from one of them. But I'll try to prevent that happening.
The French--some of them anyway--suggested oui oui oui to us. But that just seemed a little pornographic.
We all knew the problem the future would have; the problem which is now: that children are going to see things which formerly we called adult things.
But this is how progress works.
For you, with compliments, a link from the Internet: Teach Your Children: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (audio): press CTRL and click to open in a new window (a tab is also a window).
Hard core as programmers may be, there is no reasonable way to tell if you're on a mobe: please teach your grandparents how to long-tap, and how to reload?
Right now they are boasting about you, to us, who are teaching them!