And the video is damned useless. It jumps around so quick you can't even figure out what half the stuff is and offers no explanation.
99% of us have disabled that damned thing as soon as we installed. The rest should.
I'm glad I'm not the only one. Seems like every third article on
It's like trying to read a forum for a game you're not familiar with.
After all the whining and complaining that goes on this site when Foxnews is cited, we're posting articles from Mother Freaking Jones?
I find it interesting "SolitaryMan" is the one to bring being married into the conversation...
not easily, though.
And Especially not easy if you want to dual boot it.
Last time I was at the Doc, my data all got entered by a clerk, then re-entered by a nurse, then re-entered by the Doctor. They all seemed to think it was all perfectly normal, redundancy for accuracy kinda thing. It drove me nuts.
I thought of this too. My industry uses a lot of computer controllers that are self-contained boxes triggering a few dozen relays, everything is on the front panel of the controller. I play with several of these every day, but I finally decided anything in this genera (and my phone as well) was a keypad. For "Keyboard" I'm going with 1 for my laptop.
There's a couple of other computers in the house, but I don't use them on any regular basis.
The "World Series" was originally sponsored by the "World" Newspaper, or magazine or some such. Name was corporate sponsor and just never got changed.
I was going to say the same - getting a laptop. Lenovo Thinkpad T61. (Which I made better by installing Kubuntu on)
I maxed out the RAM and got the discrete video card of course, but just having it all together, and able to put it in a bag and take it to my folks or the beach or wherever is the awesome.
Still runs apache and plays all the games I want it to as well.
You mean like the one they built in Oak Ridge in the 60s?
-Microsoft is not a hardware company
I disagree. I have a GREAT Microsoft mouse. In fact, I consider it to be much more valuable than the several pieces of their software I had to delete off my hard drive when I originally bought my computers.
They also didn't include a map. I mean, c'mon, if you're talking about a 10 freaking mile long man-made hole in the ground isn't a map showing it's route a pretty damned obvious thing to think that a reader would want to see?