But all my above examples are anything but Simple 2D videos aren't they? I mean, I can't possibly present a better use case, and proof, than homestarrunner.
You're being melodramatic. There is nothing stopping the Brothers Chaps from using Flash to do their animations forever. If you're bent on watching them, Chrome ships with a PPAPI Flash player, which is updated whenever the browser is updated (so about every 20 minutes haha), or there are gobs of offline open- and closed-source players available.
The world doesn't owe you vector-based cartoons on the Internet. Adobe has no obligation to continue the development of a platform that has, irrespective of what Apple and Google do, been in decline since the late 00's.
Flash was never "killed off" by anybody, it died of its own accord because HTML5 replaced the functionality that most of Macromedia/Adobe's customers used it for.
Your cartoons are collateral damage, and I'm not saying that doesn't suck, but jesus christ, perspective.
I was a bit worried about the how the text will look with 4k too.
If Microsoft had their shit sorted out, text and UI elements would appear the same physical size as if it were a 1080p panel (or even larger if you fancy!), but the higher pixel density means it would render smoother, with less visible aliasing (thus less harsh anti-aliasing, e.g. ClearType) on small point size text, and crisper, smoother edges all round.
Unfortunately, this isn't the case, and lots of Windows software breaks layout-wise when the UI scaling is anything other than 100%:
I stopped renting when I realised that real estate agents are slimy bastards, so why would you choose to live in a situation where they are free to enter your home as frequently as they can come up with an excuse?
"Owner wants to inspect" "Regular inspection" "Attend to do 'repairs'" "Received 'complaint'"
The list goes on.
Can't trust them when buying a house, can't trust them when selling a house, why would you trust them with a key to the house you live in?
Bernard Gaynor is a conservative Catholic who has the courage to speak up when politically-correct totalitarianism demands silence. He is deeply interested in the loss of values in modern society and its impact on all aspects of life – particularly politics – and he is prepared to break all boundaries of political correctness to get his point across. With a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture (including three deployments to Iraq with the Australian Army) he is also critical of modern thinking and quick to defend Australia’s way of life. As a married father of seven children, he is an advocate for family values that work; the protection of children and all life; and the preservation of Australian society from those who would replace its Christian heritage.
So he wants to replace one form of perceived totalitarianism, with his own brand of Christian totalitarianism.
He certainly has cards on himself!
<sarcasm>Surely a fine source of unbiased, facts-based information if I ever saw one.</sarcasm>