Thunderbird and EnigMail actually work very nicely as well. Someone has mentioned that there is actually a browser add-on or something that will allow you to do it with webmail as well, but I'm not familiar with it. K9 supports encryption on Android as well. Using encryption is really not that much trouble. The only inconvenient part is getting non-techies to set up their keys.
Bingo. This is generally known as 'extend'.
ISO is no longer a standards body in many people's opinion after some of their previous dealings with Microsoft. They can quite obviously be bought.
Despite the snide comments here, I appreciate the work the OIN does, and wish more people would get involved. Perhaps if they did we'd have a better chance of getting software patents abolished, or at the very least made more trouble than it's worth. Thanks!
Your sig: You should list the URL in your
I always hesitate to click on shortened URLs but took a chance after looking at your comment history.
Plus, the idea of robots with emotions is a stupid idea, as the late Douglas Adams so hilariously lampooned in HHGTG. When it's robots it's machines. You're not supposed to take it seriously, and emotional machines reminds you of this. They're androids, not replicants.
Don't anthropomorphize machines, they hate it when you do that.
From Food Business News:
NEW YORK — For McDonald’s Corp., it may seem like a supersized dilemma: Offer a healthier menu or serve customers their coveted fattening fare?
The "halfway" is, as many commenters below have pointed out, that they've yet to remove the built-in Kinect.
No need to remove it they should just add a physical "off" switch, maybe with 2 cents worth of plastic sliding over the web camera. Then the paranoid geeks can pick it apart and confirm that yes, it really turns off the power and the tinfoil hat brigade can breathe a little easier. How many have you seen that have say taped over the Facetime camera on their Mac Books? Oh right, they assume OS X isn't secretly recording them. I honestly don't people see that as nearly as big a deal as the always-on.
But the Jewish organizations they tried to solicit money from refused to participate. Instead they called the FBI, who promptly set up a sting.
They caught and arrested the terrorists before the machine was in working order."
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Too late, they're already full of hot air.
Well companies like S3 also made successful headway with their own designs, but this didn't matter because they were way behind the competition at the time. It is NEVER a case of being better than you were before, but a question of being good enough to go up against the market leaders. Intel knows its progress means that internally its GPU team is being patted on the back and given more support, and yet this is a road to nowhere. Intel needs to bite the bullet, give up on its failed GPU projects, and buy in the best designs the market has to offer. Nvidia is this.
The Steam hardware survey seems to disagree, 14% of gamers are now happy running Intel chips so how many non-gamers do you think find them good enough? A GPU running as part of a CPU with a <100W total power budget is never going to compete with dual SLI/CF 200W+ discrete chips, both Intel and hardcore gamers know that. Intel just wants to be in mainstream products without AMD/nVidia getting discrete chip sales and they're succeeding, check any statistics for computers shipped with discrete graphics and they're in decline. Maybe it's an AMD APU, but most of the time it's an Intel.
Actual translation "Intel fucked us in the ass more than AMD that at least got a billion plus for their ass reaming, all we got was the curb. Now we are just gonna have to become patent trolls because with AMD owning ATI and Intel going their own way we missed the boat...damn we should have bought Via". (...) Oh and for Nvidia fans...sorry but I could have told ya so. AMD [has been so much smarter]
Yes, because AMD has totally been flowers and sunshine ever since. In their Q1 2013 finances stockholder's equity was down to $415 million, one more total disaster quarter like Q4 2012 with a $473 million loss and they're filing for bankruptcy. Meanwhile nVidia's market cap is more than twice as big as AMD (and that is after AMD's stock recovered, it was 5x a little while there) and they're making money, this is not a back-against-the-wall move. It's the realization that building a complete SoC is complicated and just having good graphics is not enough, better to play the PowerVR game (who are not productless IP trolls) and be other SoCs than to be nowhere at all.
Not voting is also a vote. When there is no real difference between the candidates offered, how do you protest?
Everyone I know who doesn't vote says this. Corporate media says it's apathy, so your vote doesn't count! You're voting for the status quo. And corporate media says that a vote for a third party candidate is a wasted vote.
You, or if not you then some of your friends or family smoke marijuana. Voting for someone who wants your cousin jailed for growing a plant is far worse than a wasted vote, and the Republicans and Democrats are both prohibitionist parties. If you're conservative, vote Libertarian. If you;re liberal than vote Green. Liberal and Green are votes for "none of the above". Not going to the polls means you're fine with how things are.
"If you choose not to decide you still have made a choice" -- Rush.
Careful, there are a few right wing loonies around here. You should point out that the quote was from the Canadian band Rush's lyrics. Or put on your asbestos suit.
Even though neither moderation or editing what shows up on your own site is censorship, I agree completely, that's how you should moderate and is how I moderate. After all, "overrated" is just a polite way of saying "-1, brain-dead stupid" when it doesn't mean "not bad but it doesn't deserve a +4."
I don't care what people do on the websites they own. If there are too many trolls and not enough reasoned discussion I leave. If it looks like they're editing, I'll leave. If the site annoys me, I leave.
As to goatse, I don't follow shortened URLs any more.
The AC above said I should browse at -1, why? I've seen few comments at -1 that are worth seeing. If I want to read one, I can. But even as fast as I read I can't finish the internet and it's senseless to browse at -1 unless I'm moderating.