Indeed. If this is just another store selling steam keys, don't bother creating it in the first place.
Yes, I did try before logging in.
I see lots of tags but I believe they are rendered completely ineffectual thanks to NoScript.
Only because devs expect to be abe to use it. Interactive websites worked before the lastest fad for JS, and they still do! As for one that works without: you are on one!
So if it is no longer safe, does this just prove that Linux is just as bad as Windows when it comes to installing software from a random website?
Face recognition is already widespread. With the cameras at eye level it makes it much easier to match faces against a good quality reference. I find it easy to believe that someone will be able to monetise data on where I have been spotted.
Display: fine. You can look at whatever you want while facing me.
Sensor: creepy. I don't want you sending anything I do to advertisers.
It will come to x86 before long!
No wonder people pirate when the game is advertised at â6.49 but they don't mention until you come to pay that this is without sales tax! It actually costs â7.85.
Yes. A very good suggestion. I use that little, but very important 'i' when ever I know which prefix I'm using. Some software even does it too.
My favourite is either SXGA or just XGA. I certainly won't tolerate anything wider than 4:3
Because they're better. With package manager it is usually "use this old version" or "compile from source". On occasion you get the rare third option of "add this repository of compiled binaries to your package manager" which is no different to downloading a random installer.
The original, non-animated png file.
I tried it once and then stopped using it straight away when I saw that fraps was trying to render a frame rate on its windows. I'm fine with my Firefox 3.6
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