Damned if this isn't a first. I've never needed a licensed version of their software, but the transparency, respect, and benefit of the doubt they are giving users of their software, both paid and otherwise, truly impresses me. As such, I will be happy to purchase a license the next time I need their software.
While it is a shortcoming of the education system, it's not because of money. We spend more than ever per student. The problem is government schools.
I ended up pulling my SB Pro out to read the jumpers so I could run the config tool properly. The 33.6k modem was the real challenge. And that was after I upgraded from my US Robotics WinModem.
It's amazing how easy we have it these days.
In 1999, Mandrake was the first distro I ever got installed and running 100%. I've long since abandoned it, but it's a happy memory.
The ForTwo was never a good purchase. It was more expensive than the Civic/Corolla, had no better mileage, and had far less room.
If you'd ever driven a truck, you'd understand backing into a spot. Turning radius and wheelbase make it a much better idea to back towards things that are stationary, like other parked cars. Then, when you pull out, you have better visibility and can usually just pull straight out.
Granted, it will take considerably longer to master punching bricks to pieces with your bare hands while developing a taste for morels.
In the time it took to master mashing buttons and looking like an idiot for a given song, you probably could have learned to actually play it on a real guitar.
Just more lies from the climate change alarmists.
Often coupled with the Wildcat dialer when BBSes started offering internet.
Use Y or Z modem. Xmodem didn't have file resume capabilities. I can't believe I remember that.
Disney/Pixar will post their cease and desist letter shortly:
You may not use copyrighted characters in your discussions...
For me it behaved a bit inconsistently but it did work. You're not missing much though.
ES File Explorer can browse your local network. Add the ES Chromecast plugin and you are able to stream many media formats with it. There are audio issues with certain formats, but I imagine that will be addressed at some point.
The better solution is simply to install the Plex server on your computer and drop $5 on the app for your tablet. Create a free Plex account, install the app on your phone, and you can access all of your media with a clean, professional interface anywhere you can get online.