I'd love to use VLC legally in the US, but that doesn't seem like it'll happen any time soon.
The MUD I still play was where Brad McQuaid played before he created EverQuest. He used a lot of content from it in EQ. Fortunately, the MUD was mentioned in at least two published books and a published interview with Brad, so it's got citations enough to stay alive. I'm just wondering what other MUDs out there don't have such citations, but still have the history. Where did the EQ devs play?
The Unix philosophy is to name things as if you were throwing up? *UZBL* *wipes mouth*
Interestingly, Windows 7 asked me to upload this file along with a couple others for further analysis by Microsoft. Perhaps Windows Defender flagged it as well.
Maybe they're also counting machines with intellectual property thefted (so much easier to say 'pirated..') XP on them. I've definitely heard of lots of people buying these little machines and then throwing on the "free" version of XP...