What the hell was Lexx? I don't know, but I liked it.
If the government wants us to pay taxes, why doesn't the government set up an online system so that we can pay our taxes without this added fee?
H&R block does it, Turbo Tax does it. The government still allows you to pay using magnetic tape.
Huh.. I've got 2 on wired ethernet and one wifi and none of them do this.
I still compress (with very little loss in quality) my stuff using handbrake else my library would likely be more like 50+TB vs the 6.x TB it is now.
I always laugh at the hate for iTunes.. Yeah, I wouldn't mind something less "everything in one program" setup, but as a single point for media, I get it.
I've got 6.25TiB of data in my library, mostly video (obviously) and a pretty good mix of ripped vs purchased (I dropped all but basic cable and get season passes for the few shows I care about and don't want to wait until after the season is over) and it works fine for me. I've never had any real issues with it really. For rips, I use iFlicks to update the metadata (especially with TV show imports) when I import and things ripped vs bought look pretty much the same.
I sync to/from it all the time. I do probably 85% of my TV/Movie watching using it and it works. Once in awhile I need to reboot an appleTV because it seems to have an issue talking back to itunes. That takes 10seconds and only happens every 2 weeks or so max, but that'd be my one gripe these days.
Ah.. really classic gaming.
The Colecovision baseball that had the specific controllers was a lot of fun.. until we learned the pitch that was a strike but couldn't be hit. Then games became a challenge of who could continue to pitch that exact pitch without making a mistake.
Man the intellivision had some great games though... B-17 bomber was awesome with the voice module. Tron Deadly Discs was a marathon game if there ever was one. My friend was the best at TDD and could play for hours until it finally got crazy hard.
How is it different? In both cases, the police are accessing publicly available visual information. In one case, you have officers and another a camera. Surveillance was not illegal before, but now it is? Can cops still sit and watch without a warrant?
Just do your illegal stuff in the privacy of your own home with the blinds drawn.
I never saw the Odyssey, but the Odyssey 2 was a thing of beauty. When we were playing with our crappy Atari 2600, my buddy with a O2 had great graphics, analog joysticks, and a keyboard built in.
Too much golden age nostalgia!
Coal plants are beautiful - if you are a chemical engineer.
They don't chop up birds. They don't blind pilots. They produce energy basically 24/7.
It came back online eventually. Thanks!
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When the entire RoadRunner residential IP spaces were blocked, I just got a virtual server (now a Linode) and simply run that as my MX. Helps on inbound mail as well for any times my home connection goes down.. it'll queue up there. I use trusted certs for relaying from home and send mail via authenticated SMTP (TLS required) for mobile devices, via the same virtual host avoiding issues with connectivity to home (which was rare, but now I don't have to worry). I also have the connections between the VM and home box use a port other than 25 to avoid any blocking of port 25 by my ISP (which, for San Diego at least, hasn't happened in years).
It comes down to $20 a month for the size of vm I got (I also started using it for a few other things too). I also do my greylisting and other anti-spam measure there before it even tries to deliver to my server at home.
I'll have a Big Mic please.
501(c)4 is different and you can engage in political stuff (apparently) as long as it's not the primary focus.
Moveon.org is an example of an existing 501(c)4.
I will admit I hate that so much cruft is installed by default. They have this "Blink feed" crap that takes up a whole panel and there is no way to remove it. Not cool.
Then Verizon force-installs a bunch of crapware too. I don't want to spend time rooting my phone to purge that crap. Forced software installs are my only complaint on this phone...