Yeah yeah the current generation is going to go and change things. Just like how all the hippies in the 1960s went into government and legalized pot. Oh no wait they didn't. They sold out harder than ever.
Here in freedomland we have something called HD Radio. I guess its like DAB but I've never seen an actual physical receiver or known a person who has one.
The feds are saying they need more campaign donations and more guaranteed jobs with Comcast when they quit Uncle Sam.
For pirate FM stations to fly their flags.
Give it up already. You really think there are paid shills on this poor excuse for a website? How many visitors does Slashdot get per day compared to some place like Reddit? I'm sure Linux will be the dominant desktop OS any decade now.
Did you forget about kHTTPd?
Properly stored tape has a lifetime of decades. See if your hard drive will spin up after sitting for one decade.
Because Photoshop is THE standard. GIMP lacks several key features for commercial use.
In my opinion the more Christian someone calls themselves the less like Christ they act.
Samba is bullshit anymore. I've had so many problems lately with Samba not knowing how to handle filenames with spaces. It makes the files appear as though the permissions are bad to the Windows clients. You have to manually map the characters in the config. Why? Daemons like ftpd do not have this problem.
Last September I went on the most amazing thing ever: the first ever Motorhead's Motorboat! A heavy metal cruise full of great bands that went Miami - Key West - Cozumel - Miami. Four days of partying and heavy music.
They're doing it again this year. I've already pre-booked on Motorhead's Motorboat this time around.
Facebook: Actual friends and interests you have.
LinkedIn: Keep it strictly business.
Twitter: To follow the odd interest.
Google+: So you can say "I'm on Google+!"
I hate it when you see someone posting the same tripe across all their social networks. No one on LinkedIn cares what you ate for lunch.
On a normal day Chrome never uses more than a few Gb of memory. Of course I don't have hundreds of tabs open like some people. What is the point of that anyhow? You can only read one thing at a time and can you really know what each tab is?