Uber usually turns off surge pricing in extreme situations. Say they didn't for some occasion - will Google kick them off?
The problem, IIRC, was containing spam. Since Github and others now offered full-functional alternatives, the fight against spam wasn't worth it.
... Oddly enough. At least, that's what the Play Store says. Maybe some other restriction in place.
Didn't Windows drop the Unix subsystem in recent versions (SUA or whatever it was called)?
Even when the documentation contains the egg?
How long is this "finite time"? My Windows Steam client has been offline for months - I'm behind a campus proxy and can't be arsed to use a proxifier or VPN on Windows. I use Wine + redsocks + tor on Linux to update the SteamApps directory as and when needed, but otherwise there's no connection between the Wine Steam and Windows Steam.
nmcli, nmtui, nm-tool all use small letters.
Did you really just say that Oracle fixing "what" you told it do makes it better at SQL, because SQL is about the engine figuring out the "how"?
you only have to worry about family members..
Chrome itself isn't available in the repositories of Debian or Ubuntu. Chromium is. Mint may have it. The usual way is to get the deb file from Google, which adds a source entry for Google's repos.
Ah, but others endangered by your actions want it to.
How does using COW images save RAM? It's one of the arguments posted by GGP.
If that system takes over, what difference does autofilling an entry make? It only fills the field, and doesn't submit it. On the other hand, idiotic site's like Microsoft's will stop being an annoyance to users like me.
The linked changelog and description are for Firefox 28. For FF 30: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/30.0/releasenotes/. Even accounting for FF's release schedule and for Slashdot delay, that's a bit much. Only important change for me as an end-user looks to be:
Ignore autocomplete="off" when offering to save passwords via the password manager (see 956906)