I recall a tech news site doing something like that a bit ago (blocking content if you blocked the ad stream). See how well that went. Was it Ars Technica? I forget but I don't go there anymore...
del *.* is still a valid way to clear space on my older PC. A little love for DOS please, the machine is Dos 3.1 and runs fine thank you.
I too admire the elegant efficiency you show above.
This is the nature of comment sections from the dawn of the
For those of you born in the "Web is the Internet" days, I am talking about mailing lists.
What's so special about being 'unplugged?' I never understood what fascinates people when they do enjoy something solely because it doesn't use electricity.
My wife gets ticked and drops a trade rag in the toilet, too bad; get another. Drop my rooted Kindel in the toilet and I'm ticked too! The fight is ON!!
This is for Apache's Harmony project that IBM created to piss off Sun. Most people do not use this project but rather use the OpenJDK or Sun's reference implementation. This has nothing to do with Apache's wonderful libraries.
Sounds bigger then that to me; they will not be releasing future libraries of any kind to any java projects. Wonder if they plan to abandon java altogether.
There's still quite a few of us who live in the past, and still run BBSes. SynchroNet BBS Software makes it fairly simple, and is still (very) actively developed. My BBS (listed in my signature!) runs on Linux, gets a few callers a month, and has the old door games that everyone loved. It's primary purpose is for me to make fun of all the conspiracy-theorist nut-jobs in FidoNet. (Yes, FidoNet still exists!)
Was called by the son of an old buddy last week about bring back his dad's old BBS The SmallTime BBS in Phoenix. It was a great place for files and gaming in the 90's. I spent a ton of time playing LoD, LoRD, and Tradewars there. Probably a SynchroNet BBS Software site as well....