It's currently "SCO is not dead yet", with a 25% chance of "Microsoft acts with integrity".
Warhammer was also cool but [...] it's too PVP focused
Yes it's irritating, based as it is on a tabletop game of compelling story and roleplay.
I'd advise against it. I told my workmates that RonJeremy went down on me yesterday, and they moved my office to the broom closet.
After checking the definition of 'insight', I decided you were off your rocker.
After considering the full meaning of "most of [the] people here", I changed my mind again. When dealing with the majority of Slashdot, useful definitions for words have pretty much no place in the proceedings
The movie was originally shot to finish at Saturn but Kubrick changed his mind.
I bet it was the commute that did him in.
Assembly teaches basic important concepts that apply to all (current) computers. The instructions may be specific to an architecture, but not the ideas.
I use a closed source solution on all systems I use - it's called "not being a dumbass". As soon as I can find a way to install it on other human brains, I'm going to make a fortune.
History only shows that you apparently don't remember the times it does work. I can remember a large number of free, ad-supported software packages, and a number of extremely cheap newsprint examples.
One guy says "I'd like to buy a $10 product at half price, with the other half subsidised by ads", and you reply with "Publishers make a profit at the current prices, this is just greed at work". Good God, people, this is what you mod up as 'insight'?
This idea has the potential to reduce the price we pay for books, possibly even to zero in some circumstances. There's no reason it has to be applied to all books, and no reason not to believe the ad-free version would be available at the typical price. It also has the potential to be abused for greed. It might be best to consider all options before condemning the idea out of hand.
+1, duplicate anecdotal experience.
Maybe I am just lucky, having not really tried NetBeans before v6.5...
You expected something, but you got something else. Sounds like you just described A Feast for Crows...
I don't agree that it "made no difference" in book 10. The story has gotten so sprawly that a book covering the missing characters was basically due next. I can understand that that upsets some people, but I don't feel that way myself. I liked the idea that the very act itself had a huge impact throughout the world, even before the consequences could be dealt with.
book 10 made virtually no mention of the "very big thing"
Say what? It was mentioned almost every chapter.
Book 10 is basically parallel to book 9 time-wise. Anywhere there were Aes Sedai, they would all suddenly stop what they were doing and stare off into the distance as they felt the huge use of saidar.
Yes, Star Trek V is definitive proof that there is no God
but when said AC is calling somebody a 'tard
Cease your vile slander! The poor soul was just signing his request for information.
Please don't ever tell me about your childhood.