And hopefully next year we'll get a party we voted for.
Is that illegal over there yet ?
Boycotting the product of an organisation because of the personal views of someone within it is frankly, stupid, where those the views of mozilla the protest might have some point but this is not the case.
It's spreading, Id rather hoped this kind of shit was going to stay on the other side of the pond
Dear Google, the horse is nead, Naaaay, it's a zombie horse, for the love of all that's holy let it die in peace!
P.S While you're there can you see if you can do anything about Lady GaGa, boy bands, Simon Cowell (Sorry, he's our fault, I apologise on behalf of the UK), reality television and minecraft ?
It's like they took a town and sucked out all of the joy and soul.
And added roundabouts.
I do like the train stations though.
Notably the name of the ceo
As the old addage goes, if something seems too good to be true, there's probably a train at the other end of the tunnel, well, something like that
That probably won't save much juice, we don't have any highways!
Now, if they do this on the motorways, that might be different.
I wonder if he's a morphos guy
It is, and has been, PPC based for some time now, dating back to the classic range in fact.
And as for still being 16 bit, we're talking about an entirley different generation of software here.
I had this discussion with the guys at the vcf, what makes it worse is that people assume the because bletchly get funding, so do they
I Wonder if the National Museum of Computing will get any of this ?
It's much the same in most places, both of the major uk motoring shows (topgear and 5th gear) have done endurance peices and found that it's just not practical.
Me, Id go for hybrid electrics, cars with mini hydrogen turbine power plants, possibly employing the solar hydrogen tech developed the other day to get around the storage issue!
Then you really would have cars that run on water
Id still rather roll blackcurrent down the strip, id get to the other side sooner.