Yes, especially if you could backup them up on a computer.
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No, you don't. I just downloaded it and tried out a sample chapter. I had previously used eReader from Fictionwise, but they were unable to get "The Amber Spyglass," even though they had the first two books of Pullman's Dark Materials series.
Amazon had the content, so I went and bought Amber Spyglass.
You might want to check Growl if you're using it. Might have a problem with Growl's Mail.app plugin and Safari 4.
You're not kidding about the out-of-place tabs in the title bar. They repurposed the "Window sizer lines" for each tab - they move the tab rather than resize it.
It is going to take a fare bit of getting used to the new design. It's off putting enough that I'm going to return to FF I think. I'm on OSX and I still think Safari looks really weird.
I have the Asus 1000 (solid state drive) and use Easy Peasy (I think www.geteasypeasy.com). It works well with suspend/lid closing/wifi. I don't know if this is typical, but it even worked correctly with my Verizon Wireless EVDO aircard, so I'm happy.
You can disable everything you just talked about.
I was in Utah a year ago and got a beer at Applebee's in a suburb of Salt Lake City. I was carded (per Applebee's policy) but I was never asked about joining a club or anything. What's all this about joining a club to drink?
I play Fallout 3 with Steam as a regular user, and have no problems on WinXP.
I have the same 1024x600 screen on my EeePC, and Evolution's preference window is too big for the screen. My solution? Switched to Thunderbird. I'm also using Easy Peasy instead of the default Asus Xandros distro.
Inkscape kicks ass, though.
GIMP doesn't have the features. When it does, people will stop complaining about it. Also, the layer palette sucked, still sucks, and will probably continue to suck.
Pidgin? Libpurple is tremendous. If you want to see what Pidgin should look like, check out its sibling Adium, the best IM client on OS X (which uses libpurple).
I've been using Easy Peasy (http://geteasypeasy.com I think) on my Asus EeePC 1000 netbook. It is a solid distro based on Ubuntu 8.04. They plan on releasing 2.0 after Ubuntu 9 comes out in April. How does this Ubuntu Mobile compare? Is it friendly towards flash drives and computers with WiFi-only Internet access?
This. Can you sign in to Yahoo! with an OpenID? Nope, but they'll happily provide you with a YahoO! OpenID to use elsewhere.