Actually, that has been changed recently. If you look at a seller's feedback page, you can see the chart showing the number of positive, neutral and negative comments in the last month/6 months/year. Click on the number of comments, and they're filtered, showing only the neutral or negative comments you want to read. Quite convienient.
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We are providing you with a free homebrew game that aims to be polished and look professionally made which includes 33 very good and addictive puzzle games. We've tried to make this homebrew games collection as good as possible so that even the anti-homebrew purists will be jealous of it.
Homebrew does not equal piracy, and this is proof of it. These games are all free and are released under the MIT license."
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There's a difference between scaling a DVD video and scaling the output of a 3D graphics chip. For a simple example of this, look at the God of War Collection on PS3. The 3D assets appear for the most part to be the original models from the PS2 versions. However, with more graphical power, it is possible to render at a higher resolution without so much loss of quality. However the prerendered cutscenes were upscaled from the original PS2 disc rather than being rerendered, so the difference is more apparent.
I'm not sure if it would be WikiWikiLeaks, or WikiLeaksLeaks.
I'm not sure how I'd handle a pat-down from a Marlon Brando lookalike.
No. Selling the modified page or the resulting book could be though. And it likely is when you use the trademarks associated with the original book as part of the marketing of your edit, without permission.
Given that all these cookies likely do is tell the server you are acessing "I'm unique user #138756918", and are REALLY good at remembering that number, I doubt there's much you can do to mess with their servers. All the data about what it means to be unique user #138756918 is kept as far away from you as possible.
No... this has nothing to do with privacy. People want the achievements added to their profiles, and are cheating to add them. Why this matters to anyone, I don't know, as the most "useful" items you get from StarCraft 2 achievements are avatar icons and logos which can be placed on your units, logos which are so small I'd swear you'd never see them in a serious game. And SC2 has cheats built in, that disable achievements, so if someone just wants to see the story, they can easily do that. The only reason to cheat with hacks is to either get achievements that one is not good enough to earn legitimately, or to cheat in multiplayer.
Microsoft has had similar problems with their achievement system being cheated as well. Their answer has been deleting all achievements from the people found to be cheating in this way. Banning someone from the game does seem a little harsh in this situation.
I've heard of the two second rule, the three second rule, and the five second rule. I didn't realize you were supposed to multiply them.
If you read TFA, you will notice that he didn't find it himself. His mechanic did during a routine oil change. And only because he noticed an extra loose wire.
Why is it possible to even register a domain with a soft hyphen? Oh wait, Domain registrars are greedy.
We're losing vertical pixels because our monitors are shorter. A 17 inch diagonal 4x3 monitor is 11.4 inches high. To get the same height on a 16x9 monitor, it would have to be at least a 23.25 inch diagonal.
What if your friends are buffalo?
Why? Did you want to borrow one?
Because Blizzard asks their playerbase to forward these e-mails for verification, and to help them locate the bogus sites and get them shut down. I'm getting these myself (although my B.net account is now on a different e-mail address), and they all have different bogus websites. While they know there's a problem, they still need to know where the new problems are.