At least all the letters there...
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Funny how you misspelled "Gammar Nazi"
That's available through an extension on Thunderbird called "Thunderbird conversations". See here: https://github.com/protz/GMail-Conversation-View/wiki
Also, while we're nitpicking, it's
I believe you made a slight mistake. If all of the 100.000 were year subscribers, then the tally would be on $8.000.000. And that number does not take into account the more expensive monthly subs. Again, I have no idea what running stuff like that costs, but would 8M *really* be not enough?
You have summed it up quite nicely here. I also was a beta tester. After the game was released I quit playing it since I was done (end of content). Next my wife picked it up and my two boys (6 and 10) loved playing it too. I didn't have a problem slapping down the 80 euros for a year subscription. It's a small amount if three people enjoy the game. Although it's very unfortunate you can't play together.
From what I heard about it they have 2 million players, of which about 100.000 are paying ones. I have NO idea what it costs to run a service like this, but you would think that 100.000 paying subscribers would go a long way.
What I really liked was the fact that you could win real Lego prizes. They had some fun contests that, if you were #1 after a week, would get you one or more real boxes of Lego in the mail. Our Lego collection has been updated with a few nice additions
I really liked the idea of introducing the MMO(RPG) concept to my children using Lego Universe. They see me playing LotRO so they have a good idea of how an MMO works. With Lego Universe they had a chance of doing the same on their own level. I am really sorry to see it go.
Oh the irony
Ah ok, I thought it was a project from some developer who loved NVidia doing something nice for the Fedora community
What about the Livna drivers for NVidia? They are a breeze to install (guides are everywhere). My Fedora 15/Gnome 3/NVidia 8800GT is running fine and fast with this.
As you're on the subject, toilet paper goes with the loose end on the outside, i.e. not against the wall.
'Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.'
What's next? Full body scan and TSA style cavity search, nut-grabbing patdown when you pick up your kid from daycare?