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  • Vast Shadow

    I'm glad the US Government is finally pushing the practices and fundamentals of Computing.

    I also hope they fine the living hell out of HP & Microsoft along with any other corporation that is a USA Business that feels it was needed to open shop in foreign countries, just to save money with cheap labor. Apple was one of the few corporations that had factories in USA. Apple also used TI to draw blueprints for their devices. Microsoft would use cheaper corporations in India, China, Taiwan to create schematics of their crap.

    If anyone saw the video I posted of Neal Tyson declaring to a senate panel that our government is flawed by allowing these companies to leave USA... That is of what I am reflecting.

    Computers are USA's invention anyway... Along with the TV, phone, and lightbulb... Computers are something USA should produce. Putting factories over seas doesn't give any actual exploits of products... But it has allowed our public to forget how it works and fall behind in various aspects. No one even knows USA invented the computer.

    Hopefully they place these STEM practices for free for public schools... As our shit public school systems only like to adopt free, extra-curricular courses. Not many schools give a shit and rather put money in their pockets before renovate the generations to come. Those shit public schools(Not being every school system) doesn't care how uninteresting or boring the school is, nor even give a shit about the future.

    Microsoft BLOWS.