Oops - I mean the comments of articles about you-know-who...
... of course.
387 posts • joined 20 Mar 2012
... of course.
The level of 'internet image management' in articles about the products of a major software company is shocking.
150 UKP will be the norm for entry level units by Christmas.
Buy a toupe.
They have BOTH called my office and claimed that all music reproduction must be paid for. One guy from PPL straightforwardly lied about the situation with works which are out of copyright in the UK. F**k them.
... becuase, like so many others, I know it will have a short useful life because of lack of security updates once Huewei has lost interest in it.
And create more for Adblock etc.
... this MIGHT work out better.
... all this go-as-you-please language. I'm sure the Germans don't put up with people making up their own words?
Adobe knows this and is adjusting to the new reality. They should do the decent thing and pull the plug.
... well one person does.
Or Sandra Bullock
There are now several types of treatment for impotence. I'm sure one of them will fix you up.
It's not as if you'll sell fewer CPUs is it?
... is there anything private equity firms aren't good at?
I wonder why. Trebles and directorships all round.
A journey of a thousand miles... Lets just hope their funding model is up to it.
Aha, it's Blink. Just goes to show what you can do if you try.
Opera 12.16 Linux ( and Vivaldi Linux for when a site uses dual elliptic curve key exchange - whatever that is ) user here.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence
... "are bored of Google". "bored with" please. Learn2Engrish
... but SCO were idiots with limited resources (bar the Microsoft thing). Oracle are sharper and much bigger. Even though the Oracle case is meritless look what happened (is still happening!) with SCO.
O'rly. Why would that be then? Be specific, or be called a troll.
The strongest survive. Better software in the future.
Spotted while trawling 4chan. I wonder what for?
O'rly? Bold claims require solid support. Put up or shut up...
'Twas ever thus.
Posted from my Mint 17 XFCE.
Long Term Support versions and proper backups are your friend,
ZFS mirror is your friend. For the lazy and hopeless Nas4Free takes care of the details.
It's not as if the amount of data is getting smaller.
... the various moves to 'Ban This Sick Filth' will, of course fail. The gubmint will use that as an excuse to bring in a white list. To get on the white list you will be required to fill in the forms and return them (by post!) with the processing fee. The fee will be laughably small, so you can't object. Once that is established the fee will rise inexorably.
If you want advice and opinion on this matter get it from someone not in receipt of the Redmond Dollar.
Yes, you are quite right. Its about time some of the reliability enhancing technologies used in servers migrated down into 'user' devices.
... Enigma mistake. (Assuming the whole thing isn't a honeypot!)
... for shame. Go to your room and think about what you've done.
An odd choice. I use Mint XFCE 32 bit on our old computers at work and home. We changed towards the end of XP and the transition was painless.
... they've nothing to fear. Obviously.
Try Linux Mint XFCE LTS, it's a 'drop-in' replacement for XP.
I think you mean retrieve your soul.
.. 'and death shall come on swift wings to Dice acquisitions'
"who included four Britons netted from 20 countries." - sound messy.
Firewalls are your friend.