You're the exception.
Or, how ever long they want to have that service free. They can just boot you anytime or close up that application, GOOGLE.
My dad's cat was really misbehaving. But I've spent a lot of time with her and she's calmed down quite a bit. Playing with them regularly helps keep them in line. If they're properly entertained they seem, to me, to be all around easier on you/your things. There's other stuff, etc
I for one welcome this monument. Tolerance and acceptance of those with whom we might disagree has been a principle in our country for many years. I hope that the courage shown in the original decision continues to be the guiding light by which all future decisions are based against.
The problem with your logic is it's too good to ever see the light of day.
While that's bad, you know there are worse things they could be group-obsessed over.
I mean, sure, if you want to learn all about porn, cats, and abusing people then yes, the internet is for you.
You're not entirely right about that. St John's Wort has a long history of clinical use and is OTC here in the US (it's not OTC in the UK). It's marketed/packaged as a supplement, although it's not a vitamin, I realize.
Exactly. It just seems like, by now, the installers shouldn't feel completely bare bones or completely "well, who knows what we'll get out of this".
Was this FreeBSD or one of the others?
I tell you what grinds me...the installers. The best one for "just get it done" is PC-BSD - but even it can be flaky.
Again, I find myself in the position where my preferred 'environment' is eroding. The only force keeping icewm rolling these days are the distribution package maintainers.
I can't code in any meaningful way, nor do I aspire to. I could easily pay for a supported version of icewm, but I don't care to pay someone just to keep it alive. I want someone to take a personal interest in the code, to ensure that it remains up to date, to make it run on Wayland or whatever. I want someone to own the code, be proud of it. Is there a general solution for this situation, apart from whoring for attention on Slashdot?"
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According the the researchers, they found that "squadrons of 'ultrafast' and out of control trading algorithms caused major spikes and crashes in the market.", and that "These dramatic events took place in less than 650 milliseconds".
The original article "Abrupt rise of new machine ecology beyond human response time" is found in Nature here."
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If you own(ed) part of Dell in the past, how's this impact you?
Math is easy, especially at undergrad/Masters level:
I wouldn't call it *easy*, at least not the curriculum and homework I took. It is definitely egalitarian and the best lectures I've sat for were by mathematicians. It's a great field and I love it, despite the hurdles
Given that map, where does Slashdot want to live?"