What is JSTOR?
Where? Sercicially, WHERE?? I've been looking for something to replace the cheap ones at the theater.
Now maybe the banks will start fixing there sites. Poor security, only works in IE, etc.
It is interweb, not internet.
"Episode 3" of what? I did goggle it and it pointed to a dozen things this phrase could refer to.
But does it run Flash?
Are you sure it wasn't the software fault thinking the accelerator was press all the way down, hence the full power and recording of the event of pedal was at full pressed?
TechwoIf writes "Four decades ago today — November 15, 1971 — Intel placed an advertisement for the first single-chip CPU, the Intel 4004, in Electronic News."
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This is why I've keep with https://www.tabbank.com/ for many years. Years ago when I was having money problems, I notice I never got overdraft charged, but my card got denied making a $5 purchase. It shocked me at first, but having a $5 transaction denied instead of getting hit with $25 overdraft fee is much better. My last bank hit me with a $100 overdraft fees due to delaying a deposit 12 hours. That right, that $25 overdraft fee keep the account in the red even after the deposit went though. Fucking Basters is what I call those banks.
The one time of the year I can go out and not get shot at by the rednecks. So I take advantage of it and mess with the humans a bit. http://www.techwolf.net/d10a32.html
Yes it is still there, and have sense moved to a better place sense the last time I was there. They got a few prototype games in there. http://www.pinballmuseum.org/
Sence C# requires
.NET to run, will it get dumped?
As far as I know, every C# program out there that I've seen required .NET before I could download and run it.
Whoops, forgot to mention that this is a civil to civil offense, not a gov to civil or civil to gov offense. The freedom of speech only covers government censoring stuff. Not civilians censoring stuff.
Good. Because free speech does not equal freedom of responsibility. If the government prevented him from posting it in the first place, then it is a freedom of speech issue. In this case, they charge him/her with disorderly conduct after he/she posted it. Note they have not order the post erased, although I am sure the sites will remove the posts anyway for TOS harassment violations if they haven't done so already.
That is well and good. But try to play two programs at once that access the sound device at the same time and all the CPU in the world won't help you there. Who would want to play more then one sound at a time? Try playing some music while the desktop plays a notification sound. Or while online in a vitriol world, play a media stream while attending a music event.