What year is it? I loved basic in 1990, but this is not the right technology to use today.
Why not just rebind back in history to a button that doesn't have such a high potential to accidentally lose your work in the wrong context?
slashdot, news for nerds, written by people who can't even html.
Or maybe just unhook backspace from "Back in History". Who the hell actually uses backspace to go back in history on a website?
Prepared statements, stored procedures.
As though they don't already know what your phone number is anyway.
You use Java in a lot more things than you think. Java Desktop Apps are terrible and the updater is annoying as hell, but it's also likely the language powering most every device you use and many web applications you use day to day.
HP laptops always feel so "Playschool kids playset" to me. The keys have a terrible tactile feedback, and the gloss is tacky. I'd like them to fix that first.
what the hell was qplay?
10% water in your petrol would cause a lot more problems than just a hit to your mileage.
The E-10 has been murder on my late 70's vehicle -- I've had to replace all rubber gas lines and have to tinker with the carb much more often. I highly prefer 100% petrol. Stabil seems to help when I have to use E-10. I haven't noticed any issues (even change in mileage) in my 2005 car however.
I am surprised actually. I hope this is a sign that they will halt takedowns; like shutting down fan SSB Melee tournaments, youtubers, etc.
I have bought far more games based on gameplay I watched a fan play on a stream or video than those I have just "heard of". This is the nearly same thing as seeing a game at a friend's house and then wanting it yourself. It's just that this is done on the internet now.
You might be surprised. They seem to have very little understanding that streams and video content generated by fans is good for advertising.