The good thing about Thunderbird is, it's cross-platform. The bad is, it sucks on all of them.
I always thought MS Money was comparable to Quicken at the time. Of course Intuit has had quite a few years to work on Quicken since then, so Money, when MS quit working on it, was a lot better than Quicken is now.
It will, if it's an Asimov car. The law should only be Second Rule. No death to humans is the First.
My mom was away from home for a couple of months, and she probably DID have 2,000 letters, mostly junk mail, requests from charities, and political solicitations.
I said something like this at K5, long ago when I still gave a damn. "If you have 12 trolls in 1,000 users, you barely notice them. If you have 12 trolls in 20 users, you DO notice them!".
Paywalls lower the membership. They don't necessarily lower the troll population, and judging by K5, it only increases their percentage.
Unix doesn't let a regular user mess with system files, or other user's files, but it doesn't stop a user from running a trojan that screws up his own crap.
Not to mention the fun in Binging from Bong.
Also, Vista was crammed on machines with 512 MB of RAM. I used it on 1 GB, and it was pretty damn slow. How could anyone think it would work in half that?
I thought it was Found On Road Dead.
Perfect timing. I just sent a cow-orker some email and got an OOO message. I understand that she's not here and won't deal with it until she gets back. But it's still important email, and she needs to know about it when she does return.
The problem is, if your roommate really does wind up dead, and there's evidence pointing to you, the police will ask Siri who did it, and she'll tell on you.
The reason I'd want a flying car is so I could avoid all the idiots by flying over them. It wouldn't be so much fun when the idiots have them and are flying around while talking on their phones! Yikes!!
Design, but looking at a dachshund, I wouldn't use the term "intelligent".
a human operator won't even be required for safe operation; only to provide instructions about where to go.
I dunno, but letting humans decide where an autonomous vehicle should go, might still be a recipe for unsafe operation...
* Naïve people unfamiliar with local gang activity patterns
I live in the bad part of town! I could see entering my home location and the car saying "I can't let you do that, Dave".
I had one class in assembly, and never used it since. But my knowledge of it helped me understand why an early COBOL program went wonky (a messed up subscript caused me to write outside a table), and knowing how data was stored at a low level helped me track various data-format problems.