I noticed this several times across a span of 9 hours, from first notice to last notice. I would hardly call that "quick".
They're doing this because a lot of the changes to Gnome 3 were ostensibly to improve the experience on tablets. Since Android is putting the squeeze on tablets now, Ubuntu is trying to see if they can get an edge in on the phone market.
I wonder how gene damage and telomeres will play into the story of this person's aging.
The real issue with these was never the health effects. That was just an extra thing that privacy advocates tossed in there to lend additional weight to their arguments. The primary argument against these things is the fact that they are a violation of privacy. Arguing the health issue just weakens objections, when it gets defeated.
. . . and it provides me with the excuse I need to switch over the an iPhone at the start of my next contract, given that the iPhone has significantly better HTML5/Canvas performance than the Android.
. . . and in other news, the sky is still blue and Moore's Law continues to be a marketing ploy.
That's all there is to this comment. I throw away pennies. The only coins I save are quarters, and I only do that out of frustration. I don't carry a coin pouch. Seriously.
Compromise: $30 shoes which last 6 months.
...but Windows versions never catch on until people realize how useful their "killer feature" is.
XP's killer feature was comparative stability. Vista's was shiny-pretty value and natively playing well with a lot of things that previously needed third-party software. 7's was polish. 8's is almost entirely the touch interface. If touchscreens on decent machines become more prevalent, people will fucking love Windows 8.
So this is how the Republican Party is going to try to move now that super-conservative has failed. How interesting!
...and then this happens. This is worse than when I got WoW working in WINE.
...founder of psychohistory. Welcome to the last Galactic Empire, folks.
It has one moon, named Chewie. And something else that isn't quite a moon...
Whoops. I mistyped. My apologies.
All right, never mind then! Whoops.