I think it's the crushingly heavy atmosphere and the green house gasses, etc. But I'm not 100% sure about that.
Unfortunately, the Chinese government already has free reign to do what they want, which is exactly why Google is leaving. I don't see it as a catch-22. China isn't going to let Google offer the services in the way that they (Google) want them to be provided. China has already made it clear that Google needs to comply with China's laws, so Google isn't going to be able to offer unfiltered search results and such. So what's the point of them staying if they are forever forced by the government to play by China's rules, and by staying they make themselves look worse in the eyes of the Western world?
OnlyJedi writes "Hot on the news of Netflix canceling its latest contest over privacy concerns, news has spread that MySpace is going in the opposite direction. Apparently, the one-time leading social network is now selling user data to third party collection firms. From the article, the data that InfoChimps has listed includes 'user playlists, mood updates, mobile updates, photos, vents, reviews, blog posts, names and zipcodes.' InfoChimps is a reseller that deals with individuals and groups, from academic researchers to marketers and industry analysts. So if you're worried about your data on MySpace being sold off to anybody with a few hundred dollars, now's the time to delete that little-used account."
I think this is what he is talking about: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depression_of_1920%E2%80%9321
Hasn't it always?
Yes, because we all know that no self-professed "Christian" has ever deceived anyone. It therefore has to be one of those awful brown people you see so much about in the news.
Not right. I've gotten ESXi 4 to run on every whitebox system I have tried it on. And you use the Virtual Infrastructure client to connect to it (which comes with it) but you do not need to use VirtualCenter, or vCenter as it is now called.
Rubinstien writes "The Register is reporting that cash-strapped Corel Corporation, vendor of once-dominate WordPerfect and other popular commercial software, has been purchased by its main shareholder, venture capital firm "Vector Capital"."
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I have a really hard time believing that people who intentionally go out into public with the stated intention of praying for the gay community (most likely to pray that they aren't gay anymore) aren't trying to drum up attention. Therefore I have a very hard time feeling sorry for them when they get exactly the type of attention they wanted.
I am protected. God I feel dirty for having said that.
Oh my science, when will it end?!?!?! Oh, yeah. Tomorrow. Nevermind.
I just want "The April Fool" achievement.
Who cares if other companies already opened brick and mortar stores? Does that automatically mean that Microsoft can't ever open their own store?