I agree, they should break it down into broad categories
Instant Messaging clients
I know, because we only use TPB for Linux distros, right?
You're a pirate and you steal movies, music, programs, and games.
At least fucking admit to it.
No he's not a pirate and no he doesn't steal yada yada.
He may be a copyright infringer, and he may be infringing on the copyright of movies, music, programs and games. There's a difference, despite what Big Money would say / like you to believe. Maybe that should be admitted, because its closer to the truth than your rhetoric.
they can borrow mine. I never use it.
I read your comment before reading your title and assumed you meant your knob.
My original 485DX33 box had the old 'turbo' button on the front to switch between 8 and 33 Mhz. The thing would never boot if it was set to 33Mhz, always froze after POST, but once booted in 8Mhz 'mode', you could happily press that button and feel that 33Mhz power blowing your hair...
Never did work out what the problem was.
Einstein studied alchemy.
I think you may be thinking of Newton. Different times and all that.
Also the upload/download speed of your connection has no relevance. You are clearly talking about ADSL which almost always has a faster download than upload speed (the A stand for Asynchonous, Hurrah!), but my Bitorrent client doesn not use all my bandwidth. I often set my upload speed faster than my download speed on private trackers where i wish to improve (or at least maintain) my ratio.
I have learnt many programming languages ( asm, c, c++, java, perl, php, python, etc..) but most of them from very old and outdated books. I have often tried to get into a programing project but I just don't have enough experience with any of these languages and crumble under lots of syntax errors.
I want to help out some simple open source projects but I don't know where to start?"
He describes it as 'an embuggerance', and plans to continue writing his next two books, "Nation" and "Unseen Academicals" which are not based in the discworld universe.
I imagine the rest of the slashdot community will join me in extending our sympathy and hope for some means to mitigate the effects of the illness."
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