Wow. This isn't really the place to do this, I think. But there are many, many, objective measurements and studies documenting the wage gap between women and men in lots of fields. It is structural. Also, most scientists agree on global warming, there really isn't a controversy. Also, text books are probably a bad place for religious instruction. Also, gender reassignment means that one should use the bathroom that matches their new gender. Also, supply side economics have failed at every turn over the last 40 years. Also, chemtrails aren't real. Also, if you have ever been to Dallas, it's easy to see how Oswald could have made that shot. Also, you don't lose anything when someone else gains. Also, racism is still very real in America. Also, they mean that "black lives should matter more than they do now" and no one meant to imply that your life somehow doesn't matter. Also, no one wants your guns, we want to be safe in public. Also, the government didn't invent HIV. Also, the media does have a liberal bias but it doesn't work in the way that you think and FOX news is a cancer on the body politic. Also, vince foster actually killed himself. Also, picking apart just one of these doesn't make the others less valid. Also, things are probably better than you think and your selection bias reinforces your notions that today is worse that some golden time.
Project centennial or whatever the bridge was called to bring over win32 applications to the store is what the store really lacks. Why can't users buy real (existing) windows programs from the store? When is that coming?
Again...I haven't heard a good description of containers from anyone at MS.
For anyone that's interested... containers are namespaces for files and processes. Docker provides the ability to specify the difference between the "base" os and what you've changed to get your app running. That's why getting a docker image from the hub up and running is so quick. It only fetches the difference from the base... then when it starts the container it creates a private view of all the system processes and files that are in the base plus the differences. Check out cgroups on Linux, jails in BSD, or zones in Solaris... very similar.