You'd have to be careful where you drive though. Wouldn't want to be driving downtown and have your child's window start pointing out all the hookers and drug dealers, encouraging your child to point at them.
According to the scale on Google Maps, the name appears to be only one mile long, not two...what's with the discrepancy there, is Google Maps just off?
I don't think you quite understood. One can be similar without being a clone. Halo is not a Doom clone, nor is it a clone with a twist. Nor was it something completely new. What I was getting at is most indie games try to go to the extremes of one or the other.
To be fair though, if I see one more indie tower defense game, I'm going to scream (queue the screams). Most indie games seem to take one approach or the other, either be a clone, or be completely different than anything else (or a clone with a *twist*! that might as well be a clone).
Right. Because there's no way to store the apps on the SD card. Android devices don't need HOURS of work, drama queen. When you boot up your phone, it installs the apps. When you plug in the SD card, the data is there. You'd have to go out of your way to mess that up. Being a software engineer is about as generic a term as "I work in IT", and it's clear your knowledge does not go into mobile devices. That gets you nothing, stop embarrassing yourself.
Actually, he probably didn't need to click anything. Swap the SD card (not that you'd know what that is) and enter your email address. The phone will automatically start downloading and installing your apps, and your music/photos/etc. are on your SD. No computer required.
I'm just glad all those "Like this and copy this to keep Facebook free!" posts have worked.
Attacking an enemy in any way puts US troops at risk from enemy action, it doesn't matter if they aren't there for that one particular incident. It's not like the enemy is going to see some US troops the next day and go "Meh, they weren't even there. Not their fault."
Those disagreements are ordinary and healthy
Healthy. Tell that to the people killed by the non-hostile drones.
They're also claiming Chromebook infringes on ChromiumPC, so I'd take it with a grain of salt.
Burden of proof goes both ways, and neither "side" seems to have any.
"I feel a great disturbance in the air, as if millions of RPMs suddenly revved up on arrow shafts , and were suddenly silenced."
Not all those who wander are lost.
The "article" calls them "peaceful protesters". Isn't destroying property considering vandalism? Considering the value of the crops, wouldn't that also be considered a pretty serious felony? I admit I don't know how the courts work over there, but that seems like a pretty serious crime.
And I haven't had to post as an Anonymous Coward since I registered. Maybe you just don't know how to log in. Actually I'm sure you're just not a people person. Now get this odd saying that only I get over to that place, you know the one.