My 625 still working fine after the update.
12 posts • joined 6 Sep 2010
I was interested in this until I visited the ticket page!!!!
£45 per adult!
The light room 5.4 update was a total cockup though, and still is far as I can see.
I use cc as an ordinary punter and I could work with PS, AE and Premiere Pro over this supposed blackout. Didn't give me any problems at all.
Personally I prefer the subscription deal to the box set, which I always struggled to afford and as such only updated every third or fourth generation. Now I'm up to date all the time and have access to many more adobe products; more than I've ever had access to at any one time in my career as a freelancer
I baulked at paying monthly to start with, but for me it does work out better.
Re: Then we all saw the cost to watch it........
exactly my thoughts on this film. I took a look at this yesterday on Xbox live nd stopped when I saw the price. 540 points (or thereabouts) for a film whose funniest line appears to be 'I'm going for a shit'!
for the same money I can rent Skyfall on XBL.
drop the price to a nominal 100 points and maybe people will be interested enough to take the risk of wasting time, money and bandwidth watching it.
but nothing in the UK
went into London a week or so ago and was visually assaulted by adverts for the surface but not a sign of it on Tottenham court road, oxford street, or any where else.
mail order only in the UK must = fail!
Warped space? That's a Kilngon Bird of Prey decloaking!
"Continued declined in the music games genre"
Rock Band 3 seems to be going from strength to strength with massive demand for the keyboard and now the new Squeir real string midi interfaced guitar hitting the UK in April.
Maybe it's just those music games that failed to evolve?
Cool pun on this seen on another site "Guitar Hero Cancelled - Reason to fret?"
Mine's arriving today. Can't wait to give it a go.
....going to buy one.
Captive audiences get hammered
Health issues aside (I'm not going to live forever so give me access to my emails while I am here) this points to a growing trend of offering free WiFi to punters you want to draw in (pubs, coffee houses, burger bars etc.) but stick it to the customer when they are a captive audience (trains, planes, airport pubs(that offer free WiFi on the other side of the customs barrier)).
Four pounds for checking your emails! Bastards.
On a trip up to Edinburgh to see the Fringe one of the Scottish trains offered free WiFi!!!
Man that's expensive, nice to see though that 1st class passengers who could afford to pay it will get it free! Cattle class gets shafted again.