I found these really great "old" videos from Harvard's Justice course that got taped for public television in the fall of 2009. To understand the philosophy of morality, you need a couple precursors to be able to keep up with the context of philosophy that's being discussed before you get into the actual discussion. Here's an introduction into morality:
And then an introduction to the three frames in the philosophical alternatives of same-sex marriage:
There was a time when trust was an important part of a company's reputation but it didn't use to be that way until the formation of the Conservative Coalition in the mid-1960's. Then everything changed. We've since let the Conservative Coalition teach us that capitalism shouldn't have any limits since it would regulate itself. Yet, time after time, we see how greed leads capitalism into monopolistic, un-innovative behaviors.
For those of you that didn't know, there are two architectures for 64-bit architectures from Intel. One was created from scratch as a 64-bit architecture labeled IA-64. As with the previous jump from 16-bit to 32-bit in the WinTel dynasty, the second 64-bit architecture is an extension of the prior architecture allowing backward compatibility. The extended 32-bit architecture (x86) to 64-bit is labeled x86-64 frequently shortened to x64.