Is this the same W3C that is responsible for HTML standards and reminding me how bad I am at proper syntax?
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Thanks, I was wondering about that. I recently unboxed a computer that booted up Windows 7 while the restore discs mentioned Windows 8
The html design assumes it won't be 100% so text saying how many votes is jammed in between the colored part of bar and 100%
Only if you pay with cash. Slashdot should charge in blocks of 50 comments
Is one way Satellite still available these days? I have only heard of the two-way stuff.
Great marketing for alternative browsers
cabling is the hard part, reterminating the ends should be relatively easy
Unless they clone him a new body next week he's not playing william bell any more
The guy does the driving in the series, but I liked the first half of the pilot better than a good chunk of the series. They should have paired the girl up with the car and just ignored the guy.
I installed vista with a retail dvd using the key on the bottom of my HP DV6000 series laptop, I had to call the number to activate windows, but it worked and was worth the 10mins spent calling them up.
The most important question I have when i hear about datasets is:
How much data are we talking about here, 1tb? 5tb? 50 megs?
what exactly is being removed? receiving streams over http, sending streams over http or the shoutcast directory?
I ask because I'll curl | vlc if I have to
then how do you determine who owns the name? first product sold with a certain name? heres an idea, an on demand paperback book that is a dictionary called i where Word is any word, so an iApple would be a dictionary with the definition of Apple on the cover.
Using 10/8 to number internal routers doesn't directly mean NAT
Google does that summer of code thing, and they spend a fair amount of cash on it too.
Also they're working towards having what they run on their servers be closer to stock by submitting the scheduler that gives even priority to all processes.