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These people should hire some open source developers to name their products.
How would GNU/My Reading Light be any better?
Do you even know what an incandescent bulb is??
But what you replace them with is your own choice
How can it be "your own choice" if you no longer have the option of the "classic lightbulbs"?
Why would they tell you "You can't play this on Windows 7" when they obviously recognize the issue why wouldn't they just add the support to playback these files?
Yet another reason I don't 'use Apple products.
The best bet is a one item, one bill approach. This way each item would be voted up or down and you could CLEARLY see who was opposed to what and who was for what items. This way politicians can't hide behind "I voted for the bill to ban money to stem cell research because it had a rider on it that increased military wages by 2% and I couldn't vote against that." It would eliminate hiding behind one thing to vote for another. And it would give the constituents a clear view of what their Senators and Representatives stood for. But you know that is exactly what our Representatives and Senators would fear most...a clear view of what they really are.
Lately what is deemed "good journalism" seems more like an affront to source authority.
Just sounds like a chipset upgrade to me.
What am I missing here?