Maybe the main thing the game companies look for in job interviews in candidates is fear of taking a legal action.
"Come to my place to find out!"
He meant Qt the cross-platform C++ framework, not quicktime.
Try Dell vostro 1500. It's personal experience. Although it might have been Ubuntu 8. Are you going to tell the banking customers "sorry, since you're too stupid to use linux, you can't use our bank"?
Too bad their network won't work because of missing drivers for wifi card as it usually happens on Ubuntu. Maybe the fact that internet won't work for customers is the ultimate security feature.
harryjohnston writes "The Register points out that the takedown of a significant number of Zeus command-and-control servers, which we discussed earlier, was a short-lived victory, as about one-third of the affected servers were back on the net in less than 48 hours." Adds itwbennet: "Just hours after network connectivity to Troyak was severed the ISP peered with a new upstream Internet service provider named Ya. The next step will be to 'de-peer' Troyak from its new service provider, either an ISP named Nassist or its upstream provider, Hurricane Electric, said a researcher familiar with the matter. 'We have taken some of their territory, they are trying to out flank us,' the researcher said via IM. 'We are going to win this one — we have 'em boxed in.'"
I'm not from America or Australia and I'm genuinely wondering what is the reason for forbidding collecting the rain water?
It's been reported that Google will pay Microsoft in adwords coupons.
I don't think anyone uses IS-DOS for real life tasks. IS-DOS was a somewhat weak DOS clone made as replacement for TR-DOS but it seriously suffered from the low resources of Speccy.
I think they're both control-freaks. The difference is that stuff released by Microsoft is pretty open at first. Later they realize - oops, we should have implemented some kind of control mechanism. They try to add DRMs, genuine validations and loads of other shit with poor resluts. It's different with Apple because the first thing they write is the control, be it hardware or software, and only then they build a product around it.
I'd say *whoooosh* yourself
I think it might work, if w3c was doing that part (or some new division w3c+, which handles non-web stuff as well). I mean everybody in OS community is just obsessed with w3c standards and implementing them correctly so I seriously think it might work.
Try "Last Scenario"
Don't you dare calling me and disturbing my trail of thoughts with simple, non-urgent questions! I hate when people do that. Makes it impossible to work. Calling should be the last resort.
From Powerset: Q: how many bones are there in human body? A: There are 206 bones in the adult human body and about 270 in an infant.