I take great exception, as someone who commonly irons his coffee.
Aren't we all basically 12? C'mon, be honest...
Having recently switched from Firefox to Chrome, I'm not looking to make another change. It would have to have exclusive features which save me time or solve a need for me to even take a look at this point. I haven't seen anything suggesting SeaMonkey does either.
This might have surprised me 10 years ago. Now? No chance. Isn't this the same business model EA already follows with it's other franchises? Make a few incremental changes, bump the number +1, release to the masses...
Oh absolutely. Like when you're hanging out in the break room at work, someone drops something, and your body snaps in to action, clutching it from mid-air before it hits the ground, and they all just kindof look at you with a slightly-concerned look.
I was waiting for that.
But hasn't Hollywood been recycling scripts for years now?
Unless the game's description contains the words "historically accurate" I don't give a rat's ass what liberties they take in regards to the story. Why would we set boundaries within which a story must be told? If you say that the dinosaurs were actually giant, time-traveling robot assassins sent by the Nazis back in time to kill the ancestors of our American forefathers, then I say where is the beta sign-up form for that game?
Slightly off topic, but is Drupal the best option for someone with little to no programming knowledge, such as myself? I'm just trying to set up your typical blog-style site with daily posts and the ability to let people comment on each item... nothing fancy. Currently I use Joomla. While I like much about it, I am still finding it difficult to manipulate the template's visuals to my liking. Also, it would be nice if the CMS came with integrated forums, eliminating the need for multiple user accounts. I've tried using a user-made "bridge" which I couldn't get working.
It makes me wonder... If one of the reasons Comcast is moving to switched digital video is to free up bandwidth, when they finally roll it out will we actually reap the rewards?