As long as it does not impact personal use at home, this will be a great service no one will want to give up once they are used to it. Of course, there will always be leechers that want to use, but not provide.
"A lot of the privacy people, perhaps, don't understand that we still occupy the role of the Great Satan."
Well then, be like Darth Vader and take off the mask.
My experience is that CGI usually does a better job. This should be a mess!
The only hope (that someone already identified) is where they pick up all the CGI people working on the project already.
No, Christianity does NOT have similar rules for non-Christians. Some who have claimed to follow Christianity may have, but they have to make it up. (creative excuses for discrimination seems all too common for most humans through history.)
Ghettos started as segregation of Jews, in places they were not treated well, in other gettos they were treated VERY well, encouraged to settle, and left alone to practice Judaism without restraint.
And consider Mageia as well? Darned good job done by those volunteers.
I am betting that at $139 this will very soon be considered overpriced for a locked in tab that does not have GPS or a SD card slot.
Soon we will have the new google Tablet available at 199, and a bunch of others at bargain prices to compete.
This is one "bargain" that most of us will be lucky to miss.
Yes, Intel has traditionally been weak at producing good graphics processors, and even weaker at good drivers. This chip does a good job of the math in the GPU section.
Very little water flows South from Canada to the US. Most of it flows West, North or East.
If someone disagrees with you, I suspect they have not raised children. We raised ours gender neutral, and by 6 months they already started showing their preferences. One son was fixated by machines at 6 months, the other had to pick a face painting at 1.5 years, never having seen a comic or cartoon in his life - he picked Spider Man, and loved it.(he is very well behaved but loves physical play, sword fighting etc.)
Our daughter plays barbies with my one son, and it fun to listen to. She spends an inordinate amount of time begging him not to kill all the guests at the wedding etc. Yes, they are playing well together but the interests and mental processes could not be more divergent.
Society has to get over the preoccupation of having a 50/50 gender split on everything.
As a married father of a girl and two boys it is very clear that every child at a very early age (6 months) starts displaying very different interests and abilities. My two boys both took to boy things instantly but one loved swords (guns, sports etc) and the other took to mechanical stuff (cars, thomas the train etc.)
A rule is just a general principle, but, as a rule girls move into IT for reasons other than the love of coding. Claim that they are too smart to work for free, that they figured out that IT staff are abused, that nerds scare them away or whatever you want... but the truth is they just have other interests, get over it.
You wrote "Just pointing out that you've made the usual american mistake of trying to understand Europe based on your knowledge of the US. Europe as a concept is very much different from "US with countries instead of states"."
I appreciate that many in the US might see it that way, but most other americans won't. Canadians are especially well traveled with a much more developed world view (on average).
We could go on all day about where the boundries were historically, which people derived from each other, whether Finlanders are really Scandinavian etc.
The original poster talked about eastern Europe, not western Europe, not the EU and not even ancient Europe. As a result my reply was based on eastern Europe as it is commonly defined Today, whether anyone likes the boundries (or other peoples) or not.
P.S. Yes, I picked Italy out of all the divided countries to point out that it is common for people to distance themselves from others that are grouped with them.
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Yes, Canadians and Mexicans are not our countrymen, but they are Americans. The misuse of the term "American" is one of my pet peeves.
I never said ANYTHING about the EU. And how the heck is the geographical definition narrow? Next time cite an authoritative source for your continental boundary dispute.
Just because you think little of them, does not exclude them from your continent. You remind me of when I was in Italy, everywhere I went the people considered themselves the real Italians, not like those south of them. lol
"The states you refer to have never been considered part of "Europe"" -- funny that, why do all the economic studies on Europe and even Wikipedia include them???
Enough said, I probably should not have replied to a trolling post.
I'm not sure who is ignorant here.
Europe goes east of Poland, and there are some poor countries there.
The poorest is very poor by our standards, "Moldova remains the poorest country in Europe in terms of earnings per capita which currently stands at $1,808.729"
After I read about Silk, I began wondering if the Fire is actually just a trojan for Silk.
Imagine the power of knowing every click. Knowing what Adverts are clicked, every product that is viewed. Amazon can target the client in a way that will make Google jealous. Will they start selling adverts next? Will they add or change adverts on your page?
Silk is indeed scary.
Yes, straw bales CAN be used as infill, but, it is not the way a real straw home is done.
You build the walls by stacking the bales, compress them a bit - then coat the bales on both sides with mud, shotcrete or whatever. They are very strong, have some thermal mass, and because of the great thickness they have a good R value