Really very cool IMO.
Really very cool IMO.
Just like Best Buy will charge you $29.99 to set up your game console: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Geek+Squad%26%23174%3B+-+In-Store+Gaming+and+Customization+Setup/8835497.p?id=1218016228965&skuId=8835497
I think they do an in-home install for $100 or more!
I don't know who they are but I would think BanxCorp would be happy to be mentioned favorably by Costco and Capital One.
I use it to keep in touch with a group of gaming friends, you send one message and everyone in the group gets it. Sort of like a forum, but you can create groups any time you like, invite anyone you like to them, and there is no moderation.
Thirded. I've been playing Planetside 2 very regularly since last it came out back in Nov 2012. The game is a bit like Battlefield 2142 but imagine taking 100 Battlefield maps and putting them all together, spread out on 3 different continents. And the battle/gameplay is continuous, no downtime and no end-of-matches.
I have also been playing Civ5, Fallen Enchantress, Operation Flashpoint Red River (got it cheap in the Humble Bundle, playing co-op with a friend), ARMA3, Fallout NV, and Skyrim.
About the only things I can think of that I would eat from a "wild" plant are blackberries. I don't know of anyone that eats wild mushrooms, they just avoid them altogether.
When I read about millions of credit card numbers getting stolen, are they somehow being used in face to face transactions? I don't think so. And PIN numbers are already used in debit card transactions. And what good is a chip in an online transaction?
The way I see it, people are going to have to give up some measure of privacy to obtain better security. That isn't something I embrace.
You shouldn't be able to encourage someone to plead guilty in exchange for a lesser sentence or better situation.
I'm on such a wireless connection right now. 30ms ping to Google, it's very usable and I have no complaints. Hasn't gone down in bad weather, and doesn't crap out during thunderstorms like our old T1 used to (I'm sure crappy Verizon lines were the problem there.)
I don't hunt but I'd be happy to walk around in the woods and shoot drones. Sounds fun!
It's essentially the same thing.
Yeah I have it too on my old Roku. I had forgot how it got on there, but apparently it was a private channel I added years ago and although the private channel is no longer available for some reason it still works, I use it all the time.
I'm more likely to upgrade now that they finally support YouTube again. Hope the interface is fast and simple.
Yeah that is another option I forgot about. I had that before the DSL, but it wasn't very satisfactory. Tried it from Sprint and Verizon. Ping was 125 or so and it was $60 a month.
No Fios in the entire county as far as I know. But my DSL price went up about $6 over the last 3 months. I have read that many phone companies are trying to phase out DSL. I will be in trouble then, no other options where I live.
It's not so bad. I can stream Netflix OR download stuff OR play games. Not at the same time. Latency is good, about 50ms at best.
Your code should be more efficient!