The story is also covered in Computerworld, which has a more broad insight to the issue, looking at Google, Mozilla, and Firefox and seems to indicate more rapid change is looming — potentially from the FCC itself."
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Don't most game publishers/developers consider used games just as bad as pirating?
If you applications are like your comments, I'm glad you don't develop for Linux.
Have you actually ever developed anything before?
Because you're having a laugh if you think that developing on Windows or Mac means that you won't run into any of the problems you mention.
Excellent site. Thanks.
Get off my Interwebz.
The game has never been balanced for PVP. It is impossible to balance for PVP and PVE.
> 1. The PS3 comes with wireless capability. The XBOX 360 requires a $100 wireless kit.
Unless you don't need wireless. Also, you can get a cheap wireless router (and DD-WRT) and use that.
> 2. The XBOX 360's controllers require batteries. An add-on rechargeable battery system costs about $20 per controller.
You can use rechargeable AA batteries, which I'm sure people with a lot of gadgets would already have.
Agreed about the Microsoft points though.
Wow. Great find. I wonder what spin he would put on it, if someone reminded him of that quote now.
Exactly! I bought a netbook so I browse the web/check email without getting out of bed. None of this going outside nonsense.
Don't be irreplaceable, if you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.