If you offer enough even the most ardent C# opponent will apply. What is the price of a soul nowadays anyway?
I paid well over $500 for my N900 so not that worried about price. As for site of purchase, no. It would have to be from a well known reseller who has a strong reputation for backing the merchandise they sell.
Checked both NewEgg and Amazon, no luck. I'll be keeping on eye out on both though because I'm really interested. I love my N900 I'm realistic enough to know that it won't live forever.
Guess I was "lucky"? I bought mine 2009, paid full price for a no contract one and as I stated above, it is working just fine! Oh sure there are a few scratches on the screen a couple of the keys but it still just does what it was designed to do. It really makes it easy to hang on to the better part of a thousand waiting for something decent to come along replace it.
Joke all you want, but my N900 is still going strong and I have yet to see anything decent to replace it. Even the supposed pretenders claiming to supercede it refuse to build its "successors" with an equivelent fantastic hardware keyboard.
And they dont hurt that much...
Are you kidding? Everytime I disable my ad blocker I cringe from the pain of being subjugated to animations and even sound designed to divert my attention away from the content I came to enjoy.
No, this is wrong...totally wrong. HR departments need a way to filter out all the partiers and drunkerds. Facebook has become their number one tool in choosing which employees to discriminate against.
Dude, Flash is dead! Get over it.
I thought Flash was so nearly dead now that all that was left was pronouncement by two qualified physicians. I seriously find it hard to believe that a modern firm like Yahoo would even support it at this point.
So are you saying that more homosexuals are born when societies can afford the expense of pursuing science and the arts?
I find it interesting that you didn't use the phrase "protect the individual". In order for an person to be empowered a person must be protected from those who would remove that power. Hell, we see many here who would support a system that would favor a system that offers no protection against entities who want nothing but to profit from their loss.
"Hey Ez, where are you going"?
"Up to the store".
"Mind if I go with you, I need a few things".
"Not at all".
"Thanks, here's a couple of bucks for gas".
That is ride sharing. Uber, Lyft, and the others are arranging drivers for hire. Just pointing out the obvious here.
Isn't the bottom line here though to protect the riders? Even it takes being cleared in a thousand jurisdictions, no one should be allowed to be put in a position where they could harm another if they have ever done so in the past.
So wouldn't the problem be solved by requiring companies to pay 4x the highest requested wage an American requests before granting an H-1B application?
So you don't feel people should be held responsible for their actions, or inactions?