backintime. I am using it, works great, and the restore functions are quite easy to use as well.
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I would highly recommend it... the first four books (Enders Game, Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, and Children of the Mind) are much better than the later concurrent-sequel / whatever you would call them books.
As for the original question... no, I cannot think of anything which could be remotely construed as pornographic; and I would rate myself as quite conservative when it comes to that sort of thing. Violence, mature situations, absolutely. I would say that it is appropriate for kids somewhere around 10 - 12+ years, depending on the child in question.
You can enable some hidden setting somewhere to show hidden files, but then it shows it shows EVERYTHING, including dot files. There's now way to get it to show
Sure you can:
As much as I would love a standard laptop case, I don't see this happening anytime soon...
Will they come in black?
Yes, but it will take 2 years and cost three times as much as the white version.
I don't know what kind of trouble you can get into by receiving legal papers intended for someone else—it would be easy to run afoul of the insider trading rules in the case of a public company, or HIPPA rules for medical information.
I think you just found the missing link!
- 1. Send legal documents to wrong people
- 2. Sue them for opening said documents
- 3. Profit!
Given that the operating costs of a digital library are going to be far less than the cost of maintaining 17 branches across the city (building maintenance, salaries, book / media purchases, etc), you should be able to subscribe to an ebook library for a fraction of that. (Even if they wanted to charge the whole $12 / year and make a killing, even that would be fine). Fat chance of that happening, though... all these subscription services are far more than that.
Oh well, I guess I will just stay with my current B&M library for $12 / year (which, BTW, also has a huge number of ebooks available, plus even lends ebook readers out IIRC).
If Steve Jobs wants a lake and a forest around his building, then you can be damn sure he'll have a lake and forest around his building.
I think you are thinking of Steve Harper, not Steve Jobs...