Why oh why can I only down vote once...
2907 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
Why oh why can I only down vote once...
Why? I didn't respect him when he was alive.
I'm not going to have a party to celebrate his death, but I'm also not going is hold a minute of silence in remembrance.
That's what they say, but they are really all just gold farmers.
Don't forget Active Desktop and the push channels that came out at the same time.
At the time Microsoft was going on about how live information delivered direct to your desk top would change the world of computing. But it was just one big Meh in the end.
I don't think live tiles are going to do anything on the desktop.
MS killed off Windows 7 desktop widgets as not worth the effort of fixing, and there was active desktop before that. Maybe they can bring back clippy with a new name too, just get the same people who came up with the name for Metro / Modern UI / Widnows 8 App store app / what every they are calling it this week.
Is that stand made out of recycled coat hangers?
"pumps out 100W of total power"
RMS or some fake PMP crap?
The Amazon slabs are a fork of Android. They don't connect to the Google App store, only the Amazon App store.
They still run Android apps, but there is a self imposed separation from the rest of Android.
Windows 8? What?
Oh this Elephant maybe...
Want it off by default, and well hidden three levels down in the menu.
MS should add it to the startup quiz you get the first time you run IE.
Just ask something like "Do you want advertisers to track your web use?"
Don't include a default.
NO ONE will click yes track me. The result will be the same, and MS can tell the advertisers to F.O.
Is that you Wile E?
Until it's the new active desktop and they switch to some new fashion statement.
Just the type of thing a typical Windows user would love to do...
It sounds more like dish washing liquid to me...
I saw at the bus station sitting on the floor with their phone plugged in charging?
just watching it I figured it was fake. They never show it making two shots in one take, and looking at the empty one there is no way for the popcorn to get from the bin up to the "gun".
"Actually, it is just the opposite. Remembering Sarah Palin discussion in the liberal media outlets was about how she looked,"
Really? I don't remember anyone talking about how she looks, it was mostly about how fucking stupid she was. Writing notes on her hand? What a reject.
So I don't get their shopping channel crap at my house?
No problem, and we can make it look like some pinko, freetard, commies did it too.
But they might have... forgotten to back up a few things that are now sadly lost... at least they hope they are lost.
A staff member "inadvertently" installed Linux.
I could maybe see it if it had been one computer (still a stretch), , but the reports say "computers". How can you do it to more then one computer if you are not trying to get rid of something.
I wonder how much it costs to get an 8th grader to break a few windows...
It's carbon fibres in a mobile device... totally different!
I jailbroke my iPod touch 2g. There was some other good hardware available at the time, but they did not have much software. So the best thing available for me at the time was a jailbroken iPod.
Now I have a Nexus 7 and I can do the things I did on the iPod (and more) without even rooting it. The only problem was I lost all the apps I bought for the iPod and I could see some people sticking with a jailbroken iPhone even though they would buy Android if starting out now.
But just like the iThings, you don't have to make it impossible, just a bit difficult to stop most people from doing what you don't want them to. Most people don't jailbreak their iThings.
It is yet to be seen what real world Windows 8 computers will be like to install other OSs or dual boot... or how hard it will be to jailbreak RT.
with "Ha ha, jailbroken in less then a day"
Now they are going to have to come up with a patch to lock it down again, for a few hours.
They can't get past the idea that everyone is just waiting to pay big money to watch crap on a 3" screen.
With they way they whine about people using too much data, what would happen to their network if this was actually popular with iPad users?
And the one place I do see people watching video... the subway.
But how could "Slide to unlock" be anything but a software patent... Apple won in Germany on that patent.
That's why I said Germany looks like it is the new Texas for international trolls. No patent is too crap for them.
The new Texas for international trolls?
I would not say it was pathetic, but it's kind of unsporting. It's easier then shooting fish in a barrel.
'Ere, he says he's not dead.
Yes he is.
Well, he will be soon, he's very ill.
There is no gamble at all.
They have removed a few of the balls so there is no way your going to win.
I think the best way to fix the "problem" would be to put a 1 minute delay into all trades.
If a normal person came up with a way to game the system like that they would be in jail before you could say "you are not a bank".
Android phones. At least you can install Firefox or Opera (not the shell over webkit iOS one).
It's NEWS because Apple is reported to be the most secure.
No, the low end model has an Optional Keyboard.
Windows RT is not "Windows". There is no domain, no Outlook...
You could buy a laptop with higher specifications and real windows for much less.
Ultrabook? With an atom? Ha Ha Ha, good one. More like a netbook with a touch screen.
Oh, a netbook with a touch screen for a grand! Where do I line up!
It has to be universal before everyone will invest time and effort to support it. If it's just Apple it will be very limited.
I expect Apple will throw some money at a few companies to support it.
If you need the broken features, you can hold off upgrading until you know it's fixed.
If you find out after you upgrade your SOL (the hack to downgrade iOS is beyond most people).
Keys that don't start falling off a week after the warranty is over might be something to think about too.
Only 2 HP laptops left. Dell Vostro costs about the same but stands up better, and Dell will sell me a new keyboard (or anything else), not say it is "not a user serviceable part, send it in for service".
Here is your award for understatement of the month. It might smell "a bit", it's a big bag of pig shit.
"THE BIGGEST LAUNCH IN SOFTWARE HISTORY!"
Oh, that was for Vista...
So this one is bigger then 95... so I guess it's going to make the Vista launch look good.
I have Office 2003 on my older computer, LibreOffice on my newer box and netbook. I don't need more at home and can think of lots of things I would rather spend $99 on.
It's too bad you can't install Chrome or FireFox on XP...
to make them shut up?
For Canada your home phone is flat rate for local calls. The cell phone companies want to charge big money per minute but the land line monopoly (Bell Canada) at the time would not pass the charges on as their deal was for flat rate calls. So the cell companies charge the called party.
It's changed since the early cell phone days, Bell Canada is now one of the biggest cell phone companies, and some cell phone companies now offer home phone and cable TV is added to the mix as they all buy each other. There is no way to know if you are calling a cell phone and you never get charged extra, a local call is a local call, and if the cell phone is out of it's normal area they pay the long distance charges.
but they save some for the store so they can have the "line up round the block" headlines too.
But I expect HP don't want to sell a phone for Africa (a phone that will run for a week on a charge, is not too expensive, email and banking is about as fancy as they need). What HP will want to sell is a $600 fashion phone, they drool over Apple's stock price.
Sounds like a good way to melt your drive to me.
How will HP screw it up.
Too big, too expensive, not actually work, all of the above?
They had the same "look we have some suckers" announcements when Vista came out.
Not to upgrade to the new iTunes (is that "the new iTunes" as in the new iPad?) for my 2g touch.
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