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Yah, except for my Western Digital Green which failed 3 days after the warranty expired. And similar accounts on newegg...
So what you're saying, is that people are the problem.
So don't bother unless you want to read a dry paper.
True. I am sitting in Japan right now, and we are having a typhoon. We expect another one tomorrow. (seriously, check the weather reports). No issues with buildings blowing down here. Steel reinforced concrete will stop any problems with wind you might have. Granted, it won't float during a flood, but at least after the waters recede your house will still be there
The house I am in is constructed of wood. We used 2x6s instead of 2x4s and 2x10s instead of 2x6s. Hurricane ties on the roof, asphalt shingles, fiberboard siding. House has lasted through at least 20 typhoons in 10 years with zero damage. Just build your house right and it will survive.
If this program was to replace all those heavy books, or give them access to the grand sum of human knowledge, then they should have gone for a kindle or sony ebook reader. Load the year's books onto it, and allow wifi internet access. Problem solved.
Exactly. I have completely gotten used to the 2 clipboard model. One on the right click copy, and/or ctrl+c, and one on the highlight then middle click mode which is good for more immediate uses. Would love it if Windows/OSX implemented something like that.
As much as I used CTRL+ALT+BKSP to kill X, CTRL+ALT++ or - were NOT to zoom in or out. Those keystrokes switched between desktop resolutions. From say, 1200x900 to 1024x760 to 800x600, etc... only switched between modelines specified in the config file. Yes handy, but they essentially redrew the screen but since most window managers couldn't handle it, things got messy quick.
I may be wrong, but I believe you can re-enable the C+A+B and C+A++ C+A+- by adding an
Why was this modded down? It's a south park quote. Ms. Garrison