However, Romney has no credibility on budgets... he claimed that he left MA with a $20 Billion "Rainy Day Fund" when actually that was $20 Million in a debate just before the NH Primary that was televised by CNN.
If you're paying more than $30 for an MS Office book you're being overcharged. This sounds like a hardcover that's being sold in place of $20 books from the...for Dummies series, the Absolute Beginner's Guide to series, and the Idiot's Guide to... series. Accuse this professor of making too much money off of his bookstore kickbacks (which are legal but students should hate) and next time get your education from another place or just the book.
Um, Iran... you're just plain being evil against Google's Don't Be Evil policy. I suggest we allow Google to commit one evil act against Iran with no Slashdot discussion in order to punish the country for rejecting Google.
Yep, and that's my point. The 820 comes with a slot for you to bring your own flash memory chip. The 920 has a chip already installed that goes, guest where...exactly where the slot would have connected. Now, when you talk Apple, the iPod Touch always has a double memory compared to an iPhone when comparing top end to top end because the GSM chip takes about the same space as the memory chip.
What do we have here? We have a phone that does not have an SD slot but has one of the smaller slots defined in the SD standard... you can add as much memory as you want and it costs the same as an SD chip because the plastic saved is of no value. The only way this chip is a problem is if you try to take it out too frequently it's not as easy, but that's not something you do often with your phone, you sync over USB. Nothing to see here, move along. Must be a SlowNewsNight..
Linux Professional? There's nobody here by that title. Most people who know Linux also have some other job to do because there's few jobs for people who want to maintain Linux all day without at least worrying about an app or hardware too.
If power problems are downing the city's datacenter for a holiday weekend, couldn't they just rent a few $100/mo servers and run the city apps on them for the downtime and make the problems transparent to the end user? No one-place site is ever safe for important apps, we call that a Single Point of Failure around here.
In order for Microsoft to kill rogue software they have to know something about what you're installing. SmartScreen is Microsoft's attempt to implement this kind of malware prevention, just like the age-old send error report features lets Microsoft know about programs that crash into the operating system's area.
Yep, SSO leaves people with one vendor who owns everything... Passport works for all MSN sites, Magic Carpet is the codename for AOL/Time Warner Sites, Yahoo and Amazon also use it on their sites.... nobody's been willing to merge systems that big.