It will cost more to separate parts of the game under different licenses. Lawyers would be involved to ensure everything is clear.
I was a Pogue fan for about 5 minutes. Then I read his column. And saw him on NOVA. Ugh. He has a face for IRC and a style for grade school. Which apparently go well together.
Dude, the rug ties the room together.
Tallest building in the world? Sounds like they come up short in other areas!
DavidGilbert99 writes "The fact that the US government is monitoring citizens phone calls should really not come as much of a surprise. They have been doing it for years and the 13-year-old Patriot Act even has a provision to allow them to do it. Privacy groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union however think this is just the tip of the iceberg and that Big Brother knows pretty much everything there is to know about you. Yes, you...."
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Sim city 5 all over again
Ah, bad word usage on my part. By work, I mean actually reading the error message and determining if it's a problem or not. For example, one app I built compiles text into an XML file that is used by another application to build the final product. Users can enter data that may not compile correctly but can still be used in the final build. The error message states this but users will still call and say they don't know what to do. I usually suggest reading the error message. I guess it's more of a warning. And there are the ones that say, could you just finish up the thing I was working on for me instead of fixing the application?
Thanks for the info guys. The tech support issue might make me change. Although I do deal a lot with off-shore resources in my current job so I can deal with the differences. But I know what really goes on in the tech support shops and won't put up with that BS.
The error message has to have a good plot and some character development. Pull the users in with that and then get the error message across. Ok, seriously, as a writer of error messages at times, I have found putting in 'interesting' wording works sometimes with some of the more intelligent users. Unfortunately, there will always be the ones that just want someone else to do their work. I suggest that they be burned because they're witches.
The old company I was with sux. But this new company is the shit. You should use it. And here's a link. In serious, I was hoping to gain more insight into the world of web hosting. Which I did and that is nearly everyone is trying to resell to everyone else. And you really need to know what is important to you because the spectrum of services are from a basic service to enterprise level services. Other than that, pick one and go with it until the suck and then find another.
So what sucked about 1 and 1? I'm using them now and haven't had any problems. That being said, I don't do much with the domain either.
This is why I don't install toolbars. And you know who else likes to install toolbars? Yeah, Zynga. You trust them with your info?
krou writes "Amateur astronomer Peter Shah has stunned astronomers around the world with amazing photos of the universe taken from his garden shed. Shah spent £20,000 on the equipment, hooking up a telescope in his shed to his home computer, and the results are being compared to images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. 'Most men like to putter about in their garden shed,' said Shah, 'but mine is a bit more high tech than most. I have fitted it with a sliding roof so I can sit in comfort and look at the heavens. I have a very modest set up, but it just goes to show that a window to the universe is there for all of us – even with the smallest budgets. I had to be patient and take the images over a period of several months because the skies in Britain are often clouded over and you need clear conditions.' His images include the Monkey's head nebula, M33 Pinwheel Galaxy, Andromeda Galaxy and the Flaming Star Nebula, and are being put together for a book."