But all the amoeabas are in politics, they have nothing to worry about. Keep voting them in people!
Bottom line is thus (and im a Giff-Gaff customer), is that it's a pay as you go network. From what I understand, these are designed to lock down on adult content (including betting sites I learnt the hard way) because anyone can buy a payg sim card. I had to put my driving licence number into the website to prove I was older then 18 (which is ironic considering in the UK you can have one at 17 but I digress...).
There was no "opt out of Tory porn lockdown" button to click, and giff-gaff will let me watch porn till my hearts content now. I'm not agreeing with the porn filter, that's evil, especially when out of a Tory policy, but this could be looking at the wrong thing.
Not just that, but this
I'm still waiting for my 1ghz pandora to turn up but my vita isn't doing much which is a shame, the hardware on it is quite simply amazing, now to have that running homebrew... I could see this being the best thing to happen to the Vita
preview the force luke... damn, meant this board needs a lot of non-free stuff.
I appreciate that being cheap is the name of the game for Raspberry, but I wouldn't call this board Debian non-free friendly
Payday for a lot of people (including myself), go onto site to buy it and oh look... Not sure I can be bothered waiting for amazon copy to arrive, being weekend and all...
If the rumoured steam-station/box exists then that graphics order alone might sway one or both of AMD/Nvidia to release some drivers if it helped them get the contract.
Even if they're just the drivers for a particular model of card or chipset. That card would also work its way into every Linux desktop I'll ever build.
Can vouch for this. google auth use PAM so its very easy to hook up to most things. I use it at work for our VPN stuff, also a few ssh servers.
Amazing piece of software.
I have a Vita, it's a nice piece of kit, lack of games is a bit of a concern, I've had mine for months yet only 3 games so far. It doesn't help that when on the tube (London Underground) you're lucky to be in a position where you have both hands free. I prefer reading on my kindle, least you're certain to have one hand free during rush hour!
Now portable wise it's the 1Ghz Pandora that I should be receiving next week. Generally it seems qemu is able to emulate roughly a 75Mhz Pentium on there. Just hope that Master of Orion 2 is playable on the move. Oh and I'm not trying to sell one to you (I'm not affiliated in anyway), you should really check it out;
I'm looking forward to the deluge of Linux games coming out kickstarter. Wastelands 2 is the version I'm waiting for with baited breath.
Here's hoping for Linux box releases, I like collecting commercial Linux games, I think I own them all now.
The answer to that is yes, perfectly on wine 1.5.9 at least on Debian.
Platinum rating for me, fresh wineprefix and no tinkering.
Well it's not all milk and honey over here. Our airlines ARE supposed to give data to the US government if the airline has anything to do with America. I'm in the UK and were bow down to most US requests for people or information.
Iceland isn't EU (although they are attempting to join afaik), they just happen to be an awesome country that seems to care about such things. They must have been doing a good job, my goverment called them terrorists once for letting their banks fail (oh no, not the banks!).
This might have been feeding a troll but wanted to set a small record straight
How long before the paralympics become some kind of cyborg olympics? It's like the ban of drugs and performance boosters on athletes. We all want to see what records can be broken, just how far can we push the human body (within limits, I don't want to see lives destroyed for a record).
The olympics has become (or was it always in it's modern form?) a corporate circus. So let's go next step and merge formula 1 with it.
Seems to have everything you want, the 1ghz version is a little pricey and not available right away so maybe this suggestion wasn't all that good. Highly recommended though.