You missed out on TIE Fighter.
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I hope they at least release X-Wing and TIE Fighter on Steam before shutting down. To this day TIE Fighter is still one of my favorite games.
Agree completely. First I wanted a Nook Color. Sorry, not in Canada. Then I wanted a Kindle Fire. Sorry, not in Canada. If Kobo can get this thing selling in Canada, they might just get my hard earned money just to save me jumping through fire-ringed hoops to get one of the others.
I would assume the Canadian company Kobo would be selling this in Canada
You have basically described my situation in the past regarding the Nook and now the Kindle Fire. Even if I get the Fire when it comes out, it would be severely lacking in content so the Kobo offering is much more appealing to me.
Best of luck and thanks for all the wasted time!
BTW, are those real transparent rxvts on your afterstep page? How?!? (sorry, had to be asked... again
I wonder if the system that was compromised contained the credit card data they have stored for the PSN accounts.
Firefox might have to do that same trick that Slackware did when it was at version 4
The time I spent reading that list was one of the lamest tech moments of 2010 for me
I much preferred the last one, Return of the Jedi to the Empire Strikes back.
How is this not modded up Funny?
Even if I had the 25Mb/sec down that Bell offers in Canada, I would still be limited by the fact that they have something like a 75GB/month cap. So I would be able to watch 2 movies a month and then be forced to pay more for data usage.
Something interesting to note is that competition normally benefits the customer, doesn't it?
I think this is the first time I have seen the prices go up because of competition. Weird times.
They would probably have banned the use of the toilet on planes.
Or they could make every seat on the plane a toilet...
The problem I have with buying an extended warranty on a mac is that they are already charging a premium for the hardware. If they expect me to pay that then I expect them to deliver a product that is engineered to last. We all know they are using fairly standard pc hardware now though so that expectation is a little unreasonable. I suppose it's for this reason that I have a problem with being expected to pay an additional $200 so my overpriced hardware is covered should something go wrong... or maybe I'm just cheap.
But we didn't get the Kindle in Canada. I know it's only speculation but I'm guessing it's because Robbers Wireless wouldn't budge on their ridiculously over inflated prices.
I shouldn't have waited to sign up for my
My first account was on Rob's Linux page at cs.hope.edu/~rmalda or whatever it was. The one where he had the faked transparent rxvt with the checkerboard background
iFucking bought it.
iFucking own it.
End of story.