I think our meetings would be a lot less functional that way though.
So that multiple programs can share the same settings system-wide. The worst thing about Linux is that every program works in a different non-standard way.
Because they saw how crappy Novell Netware servers without it were? There are many amazing server apps that run with a convenient GUI when you are administrating the box.
Even worse. I RDP'ed into a Server the other day and nobody, even those running Windows 8 on their laptops could figure out how to do a "log out" on the server.
And considering how bad the information from the battlefield is on who is "known" to have fought for ISIS, he's probably in the right.
They should reject it and spend the appeal time installing a free mesh network downtown.
LOL. That's so awesome.
I pay $85 a month for Dish and I also have Netflix, Hulu and Amazon for around $8 a month each. That's $24 already, but I find I watch the $24 more than the $85. I just have the $85 mostly for sports, and because my dad is too old to be a cord-cutter. Otherwise I would have cut the cord long ago.
Many people can already get it for free on their internet package at WatchESPN.com. Others have to type in their cable logins, but I would pay $10 per month for ESPN for College Football season and then drop it afterward.
Well, then you're a pretty crappy pilot if you don't have it memorized by now. Please don't fly my plane, since you probably can't remember what an altimeter is for. Thanks...
Yes, but they have pulled many episodes rather than tailoring them to fit. This is what you would expect someone with integrity to do.
Air New Zealand had Bear Grills doing it on a video. Now that was entertaining.
I read this on Slashdot. It's the fault of those darn Linux hobbyists working on weekends when they are done with their "real" jobs...
Hopefully, you can set it to some % OVER the speed limit. Driving at the speed limit in Southern California will get you killed.