Or, you could get a PC
T3 was pretty good. Not as good as the first two, but not bad by any means. I didn't care for Salvation at all. Hopefully the series can wrap up and have a good sendoff now.
Evil empire, meet evil empire...!
An anonymous reader writes "The H-Online is reporting that the upcoming RHEL 7 will use GNOME Classic Mode over Gnome Shell as its Default Desktop GUI. Speaking to TechTarget ahead of the 2013 Red Hat Summit, Red Hat engineering director Denise Dumas said this regarding the decision: "I think it's been hard for the Gnome guys, because they really, really love modern mode, because that's where their hearts are." She added that the same team had "done a great job putting together classic mode" and that it was eventually decided to use it in favour of the more radical modern interface to spare customers the effort of relearning their way around the desktop again."
My car is apparently too noisy, because I've never gotten voice dialing to work right either. Once a call is established though, I defy anyone to show a material difference between the driving skills of someone using a BT earpiece and someone chatting with a passenger. Texting madly with both thumbs, dividing your eyes between the screen and the road is just plain stupid though.
To repeat what others have said, correlation doesn't necessarily mean causation. More people have moved to cities too, where the air is worse. And no one is able to "account for all variables".
No, I think I'm going to continue to store all my data locally like I have for two decades.
I think they perfected the Windows UI in 2000 (or XP in Classic Mode). Everything since then has been a step backwaards.
I still miss KDE 3. On of these days I may install Trinity to kick the tires.
The email arrived from Facebook; I downloaded my data. Far be it from me to defend Facebook, but the OP is mistaken.
I just sent a request to download my own expanded archive. Whether the request is completed or not, we'll see. But the link is still there.
Oh lovely. More spam.
Me as well. The ZX81 made pretty efficient use of its space because those BASIC commands were tokenized. They took up less memory. "1K Chess" remains to this day a remarkable achievement, written in pure machine language.
It amazes me how Fox's entertainment division can put sheer crapfests like "American I-Duh-l" and "Jumping Around Like A Monkey With The Stars" on the air, and then schizophrenically give a greenlight to this, which promises to be great.