I can get XBox games on my PC right now, for the most part. They're in Microsoft store, they're on Origin, et cetera.
I go to Steam because it's easy to find funky stuff and there's always a sale.
The XBox app won't change that.
I am unable to explain how dis-appetizing this ending choice of phrasing was.
This may be the first textual diet suppressor.
I lost my five star while Uber's rider ratings were still leaking, because a driver went to the wrong location, and felt that I should walk seven blocks to meet them, and when I said no, they felt that that was worth a one-star.
According to Uber's customer service staff, they even confirmed that as the reason, but Uber still feels that the rating should stand, because as a rider, I should not have the expectation of being picked up within a mile of my location.
My impression of Uber's customer service is rather poor, as a result.
The terrorists will take it that way, yes.
Sony should release, even in a limited way. Online would be great.
All they've done is taught attackers that they can force our media around.
Really disappointed in everyone involved here. Especially the cinemas. At least Sony *was* going to follow through.
to reject a pull request that eliminates a gendered pronoun on the principle that pronouns should in fact be gendered would constitute a fireable offense for me and for Joyent.
Back here in the real world, this is how this sounds:
"Ben decided that someone was making changes to the codebase that had no technical purpose, which served solely to push someone's weird social agenda and desperation to modify the language to suit them, as well as to refer to anything which went otherwise as sexist. Since this is pointless, and since Ben has been in communities where this created unnecessary shitstorms, Ben rejected the PR in the hope of preventing a bunch of drama-driven developers from wasting a year complaining about unimportant things. When Isaac decided to merge the PR, Ben felt slighted: he had been given the authority to make these decisions, and Isaac decided to make a social point that Ben would get trampled no matter what."
That's all fine and good. One developer is being a neckbeard about not wanting to hear a cry of oppression in something that has nothing to do with social justice. The other developer is being a neckbeard about being all inclusive no matter the tone.
Then you get to the point that adults are angry about.
and if he had been, he wouldn't be as of this morning: to reject a pull request that eliminates a gendered pronoun on the principle that pronouns should in fact be gendered would constitute a fireable offense for me and for Joyent.
That says "we value Ben so little that our disagreement over the nature of an unimportant, purely social justice related, non-technical PR would have caused us to fire him on the spot, instead of to have a discussion."
That's *ridiculous*. Employers have an obligation to their employees to create safety and stability. There is no legitimate cause on God's green earth for that to be a fireable offense. Joyent's management are PR-oriented children, and that you're standing up for them is an embarrassment to the 'movement' you're trying to rationalize.
I am a gay and trans ally.
But nobody should get anything sterner over something like that than a stern talking to. That's *obscene*.
Target and K-Mart understand consumers far better than you ever will. Target's the company that knows people are pregnant before they do themselves.
Despite that you disagree with this, your extremely superficial read is probably self serving.
It is very likely that protestor revenue loss simply outweighs game loss after the high sales launch. I expect that they know exactly what they're doing.
The worst thing I can think of in The Bible is the Great Flood.
If you think that's ten times worse than anything that happens in video games, I think you might need to play some more video games. That doesn't even cover Final Fantasy materia.
Sephiroth will straight up destroy Saturn like five separate times per fight while trying to kill you.
I agree, pretending that a company choosing to not sell an item in its stores is a form of censorship is likely to get you karma on Slashdot, despite being critically incorrect.
Hopefully nobody notices that they still sell Lifetime specials and so forth in their TV section.
Maybe Romper Stomper and Mad Max got through on local cultural relevance.
Generally, actually, yes, the model predicting outcomes does mean that the model is accurate. That is the purpose and evaluation of models.
If you disagree, please inform us what does mean that the model is accurate, or possibly assert that models are not judged as accurate.
You can't pave the earth with detectors
Oh stop being a paranoid dipshit. HEPA filters are well understood, aren't made by this guy, and have been being tested by hospitals for fourty years.
"OMFG he claims a hepa filter does what hepa filters do??!!?!? WHY SHOULD WE BELIEVE IT"
Because it's pretty obviously a sensible claim. Duh. Go to Target, spend the $20 it would take to try it yourself, and please grow up a little bit.
I mean seriously, what kind of person thinks putting an air filter in front of a fan doesn't actually filter air? Seriously.
There can be no twisted thought without a twisted molecule. -- R. W. Gerard