This illustrates exactly why you keep all your important data in-house and preferably offline.
That would work. Unfortunately my ancient-ish TV doesn't have USB.
I like my Chromecast but had to unplug it because it used a good bit of my limited bandwidth to update when it wanted to and to change its wallpaper. I could notice it while gaming; my pings would get high. Not being able to leave it plugged in makes Chromecast much less useful.
Voters like occasional face-to-face interactions with their elected representative, or at least like to hear their representative could be bothered to put their feet on the ground of the district once in a while. Most people vote before work or after work so yes it is certainly a goodwill gesture to visit the district on election day!
That wasn't the only reason Cantor was defeated. I voted for Brat and immigration never even crossed my mind. However much promise he had in the beginning, Cantor had been lost to DC politics. He was out of touch with his district. On the morning of the primaries he was in a coffee shop in DC.
GTA IV PC had lots of problems. Windows Live, performance issues, Social Club issues.
I was beginning to give up hope. GTA V is one of the most impressive games I've played. Even just wandering around exploring the landscape is damned impressive.
Hopefully Rockstar doesn't mess up the PC version like they did with GTA 4.
The movie started and ended in an exciting way in the middle of an ongoing story. The rebels had just dealt a mighty blow to the empire but were now fleeing from the might of the empire's retaliation. The characters and special effects were developed nicely versus A New Hope. It was a fairly dark movie, the main protagonists were on the run and not in control of things. A major character loses a hand and the big fight at the end of the movie, but lives to fight another day.
And it had AT-ATs, and no Ewoks or Jar-Jar. What's not to like?
That's good to know, nice that's an option.
Yeah if I wanted a browser with no conventional pull-down menus and no title bar I'd use Chrome.
I've used Turbotax the last few years. It works fairly well, although their walkthrough for each section is a bit cumbersome if you only want to change one thing.
A couple complaints though, Turbotax price for the version that files a Schedule C went up a lot. Luckily I can share the cost with another person, Turbotax lets you file 6 returns. With Turbotax you get free federal e-file, but not state e-file, they want $25 for that. I used to just fill out my simple state tax tax forms online on the state site, but for some reason the state no longer offers the simple online form hosted on their own servers. So I just print my state return and mail it with a check.
That's more like it. But the US guvmint apparently hates diesels.
36MPG is not good gas mileage, especially for a tiny car like that. I think that's what is bothering the vandals.
I don't plan on upgrading the XP machines until necessary. They run third-party anti-virus and firewalls, and weren't configured to download updates anyway. They are backed up daily and do their job very well. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
I don't find Win7 to be buggy at all and it's very stable. But I still like the XP interface and layout better. For example, try disabling and then re-enabling your LAN connection in Win7. Disabling isn't so hard, but re-enabling took me several minutes.
In XP you just right-click on the (animated) system tray icon and pick Disable. To re-enable it, go to Start, Settings, Network Connections, right-click on LAN connection and pick Enable.