i will definitely be opting out david cameron at the next election
echo "i am here";
or print or console.log or printf or
Dude, you know what they say about sand? It gets everywhere
Strange, my Mac can do all those things and that's not loaded with malware and crapware
I want to be able to choose Chrome as my browser instead of Safari.
I want 1password to be able to hook in to it.
I want apps to open new links in Chrome instead of their own embedded browser.
Save MP3s in to iTunes
what he said!
When we rented videos from Blockbuster did we bitch and moan about having to return it?
One of the main gripes about DRM is lack of transferability or consistency due to everyone using their own incompatible DSM standards. Standardising on this should mean someone with a Netflix account will get to stream videos on not just Windows (hopefully without Silverlight) but also their standards compliant Linux desktop, Mac and possibly phone and tablet all via the browser.
If the DSM is too invasive, there will always be piracy, if that floats your boat. But DRM in the browser creates more choice and more options, choice and options that we otherwise don't have right now.
worst ask slashdot ever
You're just angry that I'm pointing out that linux lacks a central repository for application and kernel settings and you have to dig through
/etc 's mass of files to do the same thing. Linux is still rocking the equivalent of ".ini" files, and yeah -- it is primitive.
I hope this is the greatest troll comment ever, because this is the last thing Linux needs.
not having a repository like that is a feature as opposed to an over architected flaw
The guns were legally locked up and stored. The insane son killed his own mother and then stole her guns. Now gun law would have stopped that.
if guns were banned, there would have been no guns to steal and kill his mother with. so gun laws would have stopped it.
I want one, but srsly, the cost of that thing is retarded. $400 for the base option, which is essentially an extravagant usb3.0 hub and dvd rw with some bells on it.
iDocument for the mac is like iTunes but for documents. It lets you import documents (pretty much any type) and tag them and store them in virtual or real folders, it sounds like it's exactly what you're after.
shoes cant believe in god silly, they have no soul
3 hours before I need to be at work and go to the gym, and try my damned hardest not to eat the free biscuits or cakes when I get in to the office.