Re: "Could of"
Modern usage? Perhaps. Accepted usage? Absolutely not.
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Modern usage? Perhaps. Accepted usage? Absolutely not.
..."The 13-to-15 age group does not only feel the strongest about music – particularly new music – but also strongly believes that artists should be rewarded for their creativity – and that stealing is wrong".
Did they happen to ask whether these 13-to-15 year olds considered piracy to be stealing? Or are they (incorrectly) trying to pretend that they are the same thing?
Lies, damn lies, and statistics.
Perhaps it takes on that shape after being squeezed into the Citroen? Not a lot of room in there.
Best listen to them, PETA know all about dishonesty. They're experts.
Or when you tried to visit Elwood Blues at home?
...after factoring in the costs of running power to all the nodes that wouldn't have needed it otherwise, as well as the higher maintenance overheads, it would have been cheaper to simply run FTTP after all? Well colour me astonished. Who could have predicted that? Apart from all the thousands of IT professionals who DID predict it, that is.
"The spread of amoral behaviour"? One reply to that: fuck right off.
Question 4 - how about an option for "Human prostitution isn't 'an issue' and the busybodies who vilify sex workers and their clients are a bunch of morons who ought to be excluded from the gene pool. Oh yeah, and sexbots are even less 'an issue'."?
I'm not sure what kind of bizarro future world you come from, but over here light switches and cold water taps are still pretty common.
"Netflix are working hard to increase piracy levels around the world."
The only thing wrong with it is the suggestion that GCHQ could ever redeem themselves.
Of course you can leave him there! Or do you think you're the world police, just like America?
So kind of like Google Translate's conversation mode on my phone, except three years later and less accurate? Okay, got it.
A couple decades for just an improved pair of glasses? Pssh, not trying remotely hard enough. I won't be satisfied until we have a full-sensorium direct neural interface.
Episode VII is being co-written by Lawrence Kasdan. If he brings as much talent to the script as he did when writing The Empire Strikes Back, I am cautiously optimistic about the end result.
Sounds good to me. The biggest problem with Android on non Nexus branded devices is the layer of shite the manufacturer splatters over the top of vanilla Android. It has never improved a phone, only made them worse as well as caused delays in updating due to the need to test that each update doesn't break their shovelware. If a manufacturer wants to "differentiate" themselves, they should do it by making better hardware.
I think you meant "Assholes being what they are". Plenty of gamers are polite, respectful, and wouldn't dream of vandalism like that. Unfortunately there are also a large number of ignorant, childish wankers who delight in ruining stuff for other people.
...says the phrase "national security", he needs to be kicked in the balls. Twice if he is using that phrase as an excuse for upholding the status quo in any arena.
We already have transparent aluminium. It is also known as artificial sapphire. It is just a particular crystal arrangement of aluminium oxide.
Hahahahaha, hohohohoho, *snigger*...
Whoever made that claim has just thrown down a gauntlet which will be taken up by a great many, er, "content transfer specialists"
...the Tinfoil Standard.
Could do with similar laws where I live. In fact, given all the native wildlife that cats mercilessly destroy, it should be a criminal offence to allow your cat out of the house without being on a leash. Cats in Australia are nothing more than an invasive pest species.
Why did they not arrest and charge both?
I have been voting Green for many years already. They're the largest party not riddled with obvious corruption or just plain openly evil. I would still put the Sex Party and (if they had a presence in my state) the Pirate Party ahead of the Greens, but both Labor and Coalition are always way down low on my ballot, only just barely ahead of the raving loony religious parties like Family First.
@localzuc - I refer you to the correspondence in the matter of Arkell v. Pressdram.
Pity there is no mention of Long Live The Queen, a fiendishly difficult game something along the lines of the old game Princess Maker, except much better. Rather than explain it poorly myself, I will let Rock Paper Shotgun's excellent review describe it in detail: http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2014/01/10/long-live-the-queen-review/
Oh hell yes. Love that game. It was a terrible sensation to discover that my otherwise-successful first manned mission to Laythe had too wimpy a lander, and the brothers Kerman could not make orbit to dock with their return booster. I eventually managed to rescue them with a second, robotically-piloted lander, after they had been stranded for a year of game time, and safely return them to Kerbin. As a side note, aerobraking through Jool's atmosphere into a capture orbit is nothing short of spectacular.
On the other hoof, it is a tremendous feeling of accomplishment when you finally make your first successful orbital rendezvous and docking.
Oh, that was a good one.
A mistake many people make, including the faculty.
Both phone and tablet, downloading right now. :D
...That Turnbull completely ignored the petition? Listening to the public is not something the Coalition are known for. Nor is investing in infrastructure.
Saturn itself would be a better bet, given CIG have already made many statements about refuelling at gas giants.
Leave it to the Libs to completely fuck up an infrastructure project as per usual. Not that Labor do particularly well with infrastructure either, mind you, they are just slightly less catastrophically bad.
I am so glad I am already on FTTP, I don't think I will ever move house again.
If you think Conroy (spit) is a socialist, you have a very skewed view of the world.
OMG, who gives a shit? So the university spent a couple of bucks on something light hearted to help validate the effectiveness of their models. Don't be such a miserable old git. Are you an accountant by trade, perhaps?
Really? I mean, Tehanu was enjoyable but I always thought the best of the series was A Wizard of Earthsea, followed by The Tombs of Atuan.
...remove that FUCKING "Charms Bar" and put all the settings in the ONE GODDAMN PLACE?
If not, then there is still zero chance of me ever installing Windows 8.
"unless a major player decides to make a move and endorses a particular OS platform"
Such as Valve and their Steambox?
God knows, gaming is the only "killer app" that has kept me tied to Windows for the last few years. Once I can game on Linux more easily than it currently is to wrestle with WINE, I won't be installing another Microsoft OS again.
It's called "Kessler Syndrome" or "Kessler Effect", described in 1978 by NASA scientist Donald Kessler.
Yeah, under the hood Windows 8 sounds like a bit of an improvement over Windows 7. Unfortunately they've lumbered it with that shitty, annoying, hard to use fucking interface, which is why I am sticking with 7 regardless of the underlying improvements.
Hahahaha! I nearly choked to death on my sandwich reading that.
That might have made for a more useful device overall, if you could have gotten drivers for everything.
Then pay what the job is actually worth. I have been looking for a new level 2 support job myself and it's frankly ridiculous to see the advertisements asking for university IT degrees or MCSEs and offering $30,000 per year.
Who wants to bet that this will only be available in the US, Canada, and maybe three European countries. Anywhere else, I expect you'll just be shit out of luck.
It was okay, I guess. I couldn't really see the point.
Such as accurate maps and sensibly priced hardware.
So the problem with an iPad is that it is only a content consumption device and not good for productivity? Tell me, does the Surface still run Windows 8?
The article says "Australian politicians from left, right and centre", but then goes on to say "The committee's members included representatives from the Labor, Liberal and National parties, plus independent Andrew Wilkie."
Where's the "left", then? For that matter, where's the centre?
"Of course it's already possible to have books delivered to a smartphone: Amazon's Kindle app is available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and even BlackBerry while the Nook app works on the first three OSes mentioned."
Drones delivering physical books don't triple the price the way ebooks do.
So what's that going to mean for the southern hemisphere? Is it colder now than it ought to be, and will warm after 2030? Or is it warmer now than it should be and will cool after 2030?
My primary concern is ameliorating these ridiculous Australian summers. The rest of the world can look after themselves.