I'm using Twitter a fair bit now myself - at least on there I'll actually see most people's posts, something that's now a distant memory on Facebook.
Microsoft-like? No thanks, I had my fill of 'Modern' Windows - back on 7 again.
Speaking of which, this was on one of the occasional Microsoft newsletters I received today - Happy Retirement, XP - I'm sure the placement of those balloon strings is entirely coincidental.
The only custom URL I have for by G+ business page is the *entire* business name in full, minus spaces - RedunserCreativeSolutions - needless to say, not much use to give out to people. No option is allowed to specify a shorter versions (say, RedunserCreative). I guess I will have to consider changing my business name, since Google evidently aren't going to budge. No wonder they're trying to hoodwink as many users as possible of their other products into acquiring a G+ profile - the way they're operating G+ definitely ain't selling the service to people as an alternative to Facebook or Twitter.
[I really want to like G+, but I keep being reminded that I'm supposed to use it the way Google wants me to rather than let me find a way that works for me. Hell, the main reason why I don't post more stuff to G+ is that many sites still don't have an option to share stuff to it, whereas it's trivially easy to do so to either Facebook or Twitter.]
Even as current tech slowly inches faster, our caps are going down.. So we get 1g to the house which is cool, but use our monthly allocation of data even faster, which is not cool.
Oh, it will, but not in the way you want.
When i first heard about this i cried 'foul' and what he was doing is not a crime ( uncool perhaps ) as both parties retain copyright ownership of the video, as long as it was consensual by both parties.
However, after having time to read the details, its clear he was setting himself up for an extortion racket. Which is not legal, not morally right, and he should go to jail for it.
Never a good business plan, if you do it in public.
Spaceballs are even better, but i don't think they are made any longer, and they were a lot more expensive than a good trackball.
More options, and more hope.. and Moties look like they would be fun to hang out with. Tho preferably after the Kzin wars are over.. i don't want to be eaten by a cat.
Can i sign up to be an ARM agent?
Plastic cartridges are simple and more than adequate for small calibers. Plastic bullets, while more complex to do can be done. ( tho not with a home 3D printer )
Not only that. It has always been legal in the U.S. to make your own guns, just not to sell them to others.
Within some federal boundaries, like you cant go out and make a sub-machine gun in your garage ( legally ). Now i happen to think that its *all* a form of illegal infringement, the precedent is there. ( i wont even get into the state limitations.. more illegal infringement )
Oh, you can also sell them later, the point is you cant make them with intent to sell.
Remember too that the 'intended purpose' is not always what it appears to be. This is just about incremental removal of rights, the irrational 3D gun 'craze' is easy pickings for them to eliminate them from the legal market. One down, makes the next one even easier.
No. He was just mis-quoted to get people all pissed off and get some ad revenue.