...so are the Firefox releases of our lives."
You owe me a keyboard
According to http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech...
> Ads Based On Browsing History Are Coming To All Firefox Users
Not this one. I've used Firefox forever. But if this can't be disabled easily, they're fucking gone.
Can't believe how off-topic most of the trolls are... kids these days, sheesh
> "There has not been a tradeoff between liberty and security in our response to terrorism in this country and in our efforts to offer security to the people of the United States," said James Comey, now the director of the FBI. Comey was the number two man in the Department of Justice during the Bush years when NSA and law enforcement surveillance of Americans grew to unprecedented heights. Now he's pushing to stop encryption by default on Apple and Android devices.
We're approaching it.
"To see a frozen head in a box might have raised a number of red flags. In the U.S. that’s not a big deal..."
Uh. Yeah. Being a cunt, nigger, faggot or kike hasn't worked too well historically, either. So, what exactly do you suggest?
The Air Force won’t yet confirm which of the Boeing-built spaceplanes will be making the voyage. The first craft returned in October from a 675-day mission in space following a 224 day trek in 2010. OTV No. 2 spent 469 days in space in 2011-2012 on its only mission so far. “The program selects the Orbital Test Vehicle for each activity based upon the experiment objectives,” said Capt. Chris Hoyler, an Air Force spokesperson. “Each OTV mission builds upon previous on-orbit demonstrations and expands the test envelope of the vehicle. The test mission furthers the development of the concept of operations for reusable space vehicles.”
There are indications that the Air Force wants to attempt landing the shuttle at Kennedy this time.
You win the Internets for today, Sir. That is all.
King Arthur: It could grip it by the husk!
I think it's actually called the waffle button (because it looks like a stack of waffles seen edge-on).
I am so, so tired of short, wide screens. My home monitor is 1600x1200. I've had one that size for years and years. When the last one - a CRT - died, it was a hassle to find an LCD monitor that wasn't either shorter (no thanks - not going backward) or far more expensive. For work - software development - a tall wide monitor would be an absolute joy. Most likely it'll be out of my price range, but we'll see.
Getting *so fucking tired* of these windbag half-Eurosocialist opinion pieces masquerading as pleas for social justice. "News for nerds, stuff that matters!" You may have taken it off the front page, but at least *try* to stick to the format ok?
The whole premise here is "low gas prices are BAD because Americans aren't suffering enough for their evil ways. But they'll suffer more if we raise gas taxes, so let's do that! Oh and we're all fine with applying the thumbscrews the tightest to the people who can afford it the least." Look. I'm absolutely in favor of energy efficiency, in automobiles and everywhere else. I'm even in favor of social justice! But this shit is getting old.