And not enough cowbell! We need more cowbell!
83 is pretty long
I am over 50 and with with another programmer who is over 50. I had thought about it if it got cheap, but then my "neighbor" told me he regrets doing it. He still uses 2 pairs of glasses. He uses readers you can buy anywhere while sitting at his desk and a half reader (nothing on top, reader on bottom) type of bifocal for all other times. He spent a few thousand to have it done and they didn't tell him it doesn't correct for the most common part of getting older, namely being able to see close things.
I would think this would work better for deflector shields than the moon swirls in the next article, but maybe the "swirlies" are related.
I completely disagree with you. I have used MSE on ALL my familys machines since it came out and I have yet to have it fail and yet to notice ANY slowing of my system other anti-virus programs caused. Any it is approved by my work VPN AV check. I am completely satisfied with it.
I can only hope the "liberal-minded activists" are moving from Ohio. We can use less of them here. I am always embarassed for people with Obama bumper stickers still on their car.
I saw this in the news yesterday and contacted a friend who worked there for a while. He said the company is a billionaire's toy shop and nothing has ever come to final production. He thought this project was shelved and told me to not hold my breath.
I suffer of multiple personality disorder, you insensitive clod!
We do too!
I have found that Feit Electric makes the worst CFL bulbs there are. We are lucky if they last a year - not the 5-7 years they advertise. I still buy them because our local electric companies in Ohio subsidize them and they are quite often under 50 cents apiece.
I agree - reliable is the key for me. That is why both my laptops (work and home) have Logitech wireless keyboards and mice. They have long battery life, are comfortable, and work all the time with no issues. My home laptop has the "Unified" receiver which is one nano receiver that controls both keyboard and mouse.
She is amazed how many people are "full code" (meaning the staff must do anything to save them), even when they are very old and frail. It is usually the family that wants this. They don't realize what this will mean in reality. It means that if their heart stops they must do chest compressions which will probably break the persons ribs when they are old and fragile.
I played in 1977 at North Branch HS. We had a computer programming class with the teletype connected to MECC in Mankato. We thought it was funny that you could whistle into the modem to get it to try and connect (the modem was literally a box with cups for sticking the phone handset into). The terminal had a paper tape feed. We would have a BANG ready to feed in when it asked. We saved all our own programs on paper tape feed. When I went to Winona State University then next year we still connected to MECC, only now we moved up to punch cards. All our programming all 4 years was saved on punch cards. When programs were due towards the end of the quarter there would be sometimes a 2 hour wait from when you fed your cards in until you got your response from Mankato.
In the late 60's I would eat a can of spinach myself after school. It was my favorite. I ate it with apple cider vinegar on it. I can only figure it was because of Popeye. In 1977 when I came out of anesthesia from surgery, I sang "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man" to those in the room.
Yes - I was just typing off the top of my head and got it wrong.
I spent hours yesterday removing "AntiVirus Soft" from 2 computers at home yesterday. They are getting tougher now also by making it harder to run programs like AntiMalWareBytes and others even in "Safe Mode". This one also pops up porn sites once in a while. I have heard it lays dormant for a while.