Gatorade is far from the healthiest choice of beverages to be swilling down in large amounts
It's also snake-oil. Regular water is what plants crave.
You mean the wet stuff from the toilet?
Every month or so on Slashdot, 2005-2013: PC Gaming is dead!
Every month or so on Slashdot, 2008-2013: Console Gaming is dead!
Every month or so on Slashdot, 2013-?: Microsoft is dead!
It's been a while since we had a new one.
Good post.So what you're saying is that every-other Windows release is successful. Sales-wise and review-wise you'd be correct. We shall see what happens with Windows 9
A largely text-only site like Slashdot is the best scenario for such situations.
Then again, I supposed Citizens United is very unpopular too, and that seems to have passed...
Lets say it costs 1 dollar.
That is 1 dollar less that they can use for something else.
If it costs $1 to keep this story off of Slashdot, engadget and joystiq then it's worth it. If it costs $10 million, not so much. That's why knowing the cost of this service would be helpful.
I had a surprisingly good time spinning the globe and looking at weather around the world, and zooming in and out and learning a little geography along the way. I spent a good amount of time with it, to be honest. That was the great thing about it -- it was just a really nice 3D-ish/VR-ish globe that you could zoom in and out of, like Google Maps.
I did the exact same thing. I used to zoom all the way out until you saw outer space and stars behind Earth, then I'd spin the globe around like Superman.
I'll correct your typo for you: There's no value system that says you should [except the value system set up by the site owner who pays his writers to post. But I have a really great reason why that value system is stupid, so I will declare it doesn't exist. I may have a point, I may not, but I will deny that the website owners have a value system. Therefore, is it a correct statement to say "There's no value system anywhere that says you should."].