It's not recurring in that you don't have to agree to automatic repeat billing until you cancel or agree a minimum subscription term or indeed every pay it again.
It's hard to practice ASP.NET yourself because who the heck owns a windows server available to them?
Who needs a windows server? You can host ASP.NET apps in Apache. Visual Studio 2005+ comes with a lightweight testing web server that runs ASP.NET. (I expect the free Visual Studio does too but I don't know for sure.) And if you must have IIS then XP Pro comes with IIS (albeit with connection limits) as does Vista Business or better.
No, seriously, off the top of your head, name two (non-Research) applications Microsoft writes that require the
SQL Server Reporting Services is almost entirely
Most of Microsoft's stuff is not new products, they continue to develop existing lines like Office or Exchange. There are huge legacy codebases behind those - it doesn't make sense to go back and port them to
Install an onboard computer which somehow knows about some non-existent protocol to get a digital stream of music out of my iPhone.
I agree with you on the iPhone connector, though in fairness many recent cars have Bluetooth-capable CD players or a CD player with mp3 support so the onboard computer *is* here.
Referrals from slashdot are automatically dropped. It's their protection against slashdottings.
No, that's bugzilla.mozilla.org. The linked bugzilla.kernel.org appears to be down to all traffic.
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Someone already released a modified version of this app. It seems there have been some problems detecting the remote so an alternate version that uses the wiimote's sync button has been released."
A friend of mine is looking for healthy ramen he can take to school and eat. He's not averse to ordering off the Internet. His current selection, though, has 1100mg of sodium to a cup.
So, what are his options?