Frustrating. I had to setup a friends iPad to connect to a network, couldn't easily tell if I was typing upper-case or lower-case for each character. Took a couple of attempts before realising that the keys don't change case on the screen keyboard.
This is a fair statement. Although I must chip in to state that the off-line gmail app for Chrome does a really nice job to cover that gap.
This is a great solution. I'd have to add that Plex supports sync into whatever cloud system you have as well. You select which content you want duplicated and it takes care of the rest.
I did the same as the original poster, converting lots of VHS and other dead media as best I could. Installing Sickbeard, NZBGet, Couch Potato, Headphones and a torrent server it's become quite a thing to behold. Using Plex with a couple of Chromecasts around the house really makes things easy. Chromecast and Plex get along with each other in a brilliant way. Best $35 ever spent. Even with the Netflix, HBO Go, iPlayer and a ton of other apps that just work.
They know that ALL their users are U2 fans. Every. Single. One.
And from this point on, if someone says they bought an iPhone you can say to their face that they are U2 fans, even if they deny it. Because Apple SAYS they are U2 fans, and to them that is the word of their god.
That's without the CHD's, add another 250+GB
Exactly, there's no law to prohibit anyone from storing CC information, just a strong suggestion not to. Best practice preaches PCI/DSS compliance, but really it's the CC schemes that are broken. The schemes represent a compromise between convenience and 'security'. Here's an interesting Twitter stream: Need A Debit Card?, some even post photographs of both sides of the card and then wonder why their accounts are empty.
Lightweights, I use FPHe: Furlongs per Hogshead equivalent...
Designing software on the back of a coaster is Science! More drinks!
Basically, a pub.
InfiniteImprobabilityDrive, all you files become pictures of whales and petunias.
Nope, even using Google's DNS won't save you: ISP's hijack DNS that aren't theirs
For me I had to use DNSMASQ on my router and add: bogus-nxdomain=22.214.171.124 to stop Telstra from "helping" my DNS requests when using 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52...
Maybe the two that the US dropped on Japan were the only two which detonated successfully? If generals are really that gung-ho about this stuff, then I don't call two bombs "Bombing the shit out of Japan"...
By a wooden shack in the forest, wear a hoodie, write cryptic letters to local, state and federal government, learn how to make pipe bombs and wait.
All I need is a comb.
fetch me a beer from the fridge *strokes comb*
It'll be a tag-team effort, each cut frame directed by different directors in rotation:
JJ Abrahms then Ewe Bol followed by Stephen Spielberg and then George Lucas. Over, and over again. It'll be like some kind of assisted suicide for theatre goers.