I have several apps on my Samsung Rugby I'll never use. Some are duplicates from Google, Samsung, and my service provider. Some are unremovable games (I don't play games on my phone). Facebook keeps trying to push it's crappy messenger at me that weighs in at over 20 meg, screw that. Options are good, as long as they are optional.
Two very rich guys have concerns about their bodies, and access to information about everyone elses. They get to judge what is improper or not.
There are plenty of talented people willing to put time into labour and support. There are a ton of people working for free in their spare time outside of their full time time jobs doing stuff that counts. Designers design when their not at work. Carpenters shape wood into what they or someone else wants when they're on free time. There is a market outside of money where talented folks just help each other out. They do it for fun or for a favor returned. It's a part of "all that jazz".
Wait, that's not quite right. The family likes to watch their flickershows so I installed an EXT3 driver for Windows and set up the XBox as a Windows Media Center extender to stream stuff to the TV. We gave up on cable TV a bit over a decade ago. From what I've seen at work on lunch breaks, that was the decision to go with.
Slackware. Dual boot with Win 7 for War Thunder. If War Thunder ran easily on Slack I'd chuck the old 80 Gig drive.
Nothing is more unusual than what you'd find on
Need I say more?
After reading a few of the comments, does anyone here know if there is a post launch abort procedure in the case of a system failure or ice strike or while the shuttle is still attached to external rockets?
It really depends on how tasty and easily kept they are. Gorillas are less numerous that cows for herding reasons.
Does anyone else see the irony? It's delicious! Someone spin up "Age Of Aquarius" on the turntable!
And I would take this course where now?
Someone tar and feather the parent, like an IP lawyer.
Dont worry about finding a job, I once got an interview just by saying I enjoyed moderating on Slashdot (really? How's your IPTables?). It was that quick and natural. Thanks for all your work, I've had a lot of fun!