So a decade ago I would have told you to learn php and apply for a job at facebook?
Pacific Time, USA could mean a bunch of islands in Oceania. e.g. Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands etc.
I think they already tried and failed to port to L4, giving up because HURD was too mach-specific.
Will recycling centres still accept your stomped-on dusty chips?
Security for the paranoid is one thing, being eco-friendly in terms of rare-earth contamination of landfill is another.
I guess it's down to whether you're still using the 'stock' ROM or not but wouldn't wiping the partitions via Recovery suffice?
(Probably a quick-format so the ones and zeros are still there?)
My eldest brother has asthma.
My Dad smoked. He gave up before his second child was conceived. The rest of us don't have asthma.
Really? i'm sure I've seen TV ads recently with the fine print 'acceptable use policy applies'.
that would suggest isps are still getting away with throttling one's connection.
Uncle Rupert owns the content. Uncle Rupert owns our pay tv network. Uncle Rupert discourages FTTH.
Follow the money.
low cost carriers charge extra for any checked luggage, incentivizing those bulging Texans.
I've been on flights where staff have requested that carry-on luggage be stowed in cargo (free at the gate) because the plane overhead lockers wouldn't cope with demand.
Solution? maybe have a set limit, e.g. 5kg for carry-on.
How common is ad-hoc seating? Surely in most cases, seats are allocated at check-in.
Scrap Windows RT and dump the locked-down bootloader. You might get a few extra thousand sales of Linux nerds who want an Android tablet/portable debian machine with a keyboard but occasionally need to reboot into Windows e.g. to run a touch-enhanced Visio that work requires.
If MS do continue with the ARM-based Surface, make it run the full Windows 9.
But emulation is a crutch and should be a fallback only. Shrink-wrapped x86-only software needs to go the way of the dodo. you'll have a nifty checkbox in Visual Studio to compile for all architectures and publish to their app-store.
The 'fraud squad' already contacted me about credit card skimming traced to our home internet, whereby someone had hacked our wifi in a drive-by usage. They suggested we change our password but you wonder how secure WPA2 is anyway...
The local ISP, Telstra, is said to soon be trialling nationwide 'free wifi' to ADSL2 customers by offering a free modem with segregated wifi. So I wonder what firmware they plan to use.
za - the South African release?
Gimp and firefox are the main programs that tie me to gtk+2/X11 but I'd be prepared to run those inside an a x-wayland container.
Where I live, the security agency was on telly tonight calling for greater hacking powers and data retention.
(The Terrorism card)
Why spy on your own citizens when the information is, seemingly, freely available online?