Whats the benefit of mips
over x86 not disputing it mind you, but I honestly don't know.
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meths up ; cooking up methamphetamine is a white trash cottage industry though it's gotten less prevalent in recent years I think it's stretching it a bit.
Natty Lite; horrible beer very cheap almost free.
White trash; I think their equivalent would be chav or pikey in English. Most white people in the US are white trash or are descended from white trash and those who are not may well become white trash in the future.
Food Stamps; a coupon for food and a few other things the US subsidises you can get if you are destitute to keep yourself alive it's a type of welfare.
Rager; not sure.
Trailerized; is that a word, anyway white trash sometimes live in trailers the phrase trailer-trash is common.
Ashlee Vance you're out of control keep it up.
you can keep adding to it forever it costs money which presumably you charge for P2P isn't going away, and what about other high bandwidth uses playing stupid and cheap is just annoying. The internet has to keep pace with utilization why is that so hard to accomplish open your tiny little minds and scale this fucker up.
absent minded you would leave these somewhere. I read (but I don't remember where) that these kinds of seeing devices tend to anger security guards, sort of like dogs and mylar balloons. I would hate to get beaten or shot just because I can't remember where I put my keys on a regular basis.
I didn't notice anything annoying in fact it seemed one of the better episodes in terms of audio quality, but then it could just be the way I listen (speakers not headphones ) or the format og though I can't see how that could be.
What an amazing interview, there is enough material there to keep a journalist in pop-tarts and bottled water for a long time. Nicely done.
are the way they are because companies like Apple, and Microsoft not to mention Intel, Sun, and IBM want them to be, they spend good money to make it this way, because they know against them this sort of law suit is a nuisance only . The fact is they steal with impunity pay very little of their total profit when caught, and they sue the life out of any startup that has the temerity to do the same. It's broken all right but these corporations with their crocodile tears shouldn't fool anyone.
that if it's possible someone will use it, and one if person uses it many will try. It may not be elegant to take a fire extinguisher to a PC or laptop but I have heard of people doing more than that to get at money which is what the data is. I have to go back to my original basis it's not possible to secure a computer 100% mostly this is something I believe (I can't prove it) but every time I think I am wrong something like this encourages my _belief_. If someone has possession of the device it can be cracked. Anyway my point was this is very bad never underestimate the enemy.
I haven't seen much signs of business cooling off and this pretty much confirms it. I am sure there are industries that are in a slump (building for example) and possibly auto sales but tech seems to be a horse even the small software vendors seem busy, sorry no bad news here yet.
it's marketing of a kind it does sort of stick in the mind Ubuntu is an odd name too I think it's good it's at least non-threatening and I can't think of anybody who does Linux who has more visibility and name recognition including RedHat. On the other hand I think they are going to run out of names.
You have to tell people why the hell you're changing things or they will maul you, there can be no secrets not at the Firefox level it's too public and too well used anything that smells of secrecy will raise all sorts of nasty suspicions. As for Opera I have two words for them, keep up. If Opera wants to return the favor sometime I am sure they won't hesitate.
Intel has always been really good at advertising their products it's a huge part of business and needs attention. I don't fault AMD so much for this it's not always obvious what you get out of it, but the benefits are there almost to the point it is more important than a better product. Having said that I despise that about business.
Exactly I agree but I think it's all going to fall apart anyway MS has no expertise in this field it's why they are a distant third they want the customers the customers don't want them (or they would have used them now wouldn't they) Oh well it's sad to see an old brand go away but they couldn't make it work so they are toast.
It's not good for the internet it's not good for open source projects like Apache never mind Zimbra (that would be buried).Google is no proper friend of OS and MS wants it dead , Yahoo! was doing a few things now thats in doubt. I hope Microsoft chokes on it. The only thing that really might keep this from happening is a rare FTC block.
@AC I am not a racist I was expressing incredulity in other words I did not believe Japan possibly the most technically advanced nation on the planet would not have laws pertaining to the destruction of data by virus as it happens they do have such laws so I was right it's probably that copyright violations carry more weight and are easier to prove just as in the case of Al Capone we had laws against murder and bootlegging but getting anyone to testify was impossible so they used his books against him no need for witnesses.
The same old shit banner is served by off site company, domain is sold to porn site, porn site ends up where it doesn't belong for a few days. @BKB what does this have to do with Perl at all, try to understand what happened it may happen to you some day. BTW was the porn any good it's just that you know a porn link site might not be the last thing on earth a Perl programmer was looking for just a thought this might be good targeted advertising.
were giving signs of being in distress they weren't growing, stuff like the closing off of the source for the enterprise version of their software to everyone except those who purchased it under the commercial license. SUN is not going anywhere anytime soon and it's good for business software to have a business making it. I also like the possibility of open office close integration with MySQL something I have been working on forever and I would love to see it done properly (please sun please with sugar we begs). As for SAMP it's still not Linux I don't understand it or how to use it, so I am not going to worry about it, make it work on all platforms from embedded to mainframe and I will take an interest.
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