1000 Internets to anyone that recreates that diagram in the style of a WOPR simulation.
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Are they going to redesign those "most used apps" too? A simple touch friendly veneer won't do much good if all it does is throw you into an instance of the Gimp or OO.org.
Here's an interesting article that in-part covers how No Fly Lists butt heads with Constitutional rights to free travel.
IANAL, but I suspect the power derives from the Commerce Clause of the Constitiution, the Interstate Commerce Act and the airlines' legal status as "common carriers".
Alt+Mousedrag in Visual Studio
"There is clear separation between active apps (in the bar) and the list of apps you'd like to run (in the Start menu)."
Well, not really. Running apps and "pinned" app icons can be mixed together on the taskbar, like on the Mac's dock. The running apps have a extra glass highlight around them.
But since the Start menu is still there, you don't have to use it this way. You could just un-pin all your apps and only use the taskbar for running apps. Best of both worlds.