i liked the previous gnome... but the current one tries too hard to be apple and doesnt work very well.
thunderbird, skype, chrome, win rar, truecrypt and notepad ++
lol... i block more adds on facebook with adblock plus than i do on porn sites and malware sites.
the idea is to get your core classes out of the way for 100$ a class at a community college, and then just pay for your last 4 semesters
they'd better watch out and make sure it doesnt rout them off highways or through lakes
you can get them a little more expensive with utilities nearby off campus for the same quality. if you want a crap apartment though, they have those around for half the price
my point was simply that the expensive part is housing, not the tuition itself. if you go to a community college to get all your core classes out of the way, you can get yourself a degree with a little more than $10k in tuition at a decent school. the problem is, during this time period, if you have to pay for an apartment, you end up having to pay en extra 30k almost on housing. your $10k bill is now $40k. this is not the problem of the schools or the education system, this is a problem of the cost of housing.
they traveled the surface of mars... but thats not to say that there isnt water somewhere underneath the surface.
in most places, it isnt the college that is expensive, but the housing. i pay 3k per semester(which i guess is a little expensive) on tuition... i spend 600 a month on housing.
just freeze it with liquid nitrogen before taking it apart... then pull out the flash memory before it gets wiped. full secure wipes take quite a long time
i would assume cost is a huge factor. sub urban areas are much cheaper than in-city areas... especially for super large buildings like google HQ. it is probably much cheaper(and safer) to bus people from the city to the HQ than it is to have the HQ located in the city. if cities want people to start locating huge corporations inside the city, they will need to offer the things the companies are looking for: security, price, space, safety, and position. for the most part, cities cannot offer any of these, whereas suburbs can offer all of them.
i love QT, but anyone who uses visual studio is silly. it is one of the worst IDEs out there... and to make matters worse, you can basically only program in
.net with it.
i found crossover to be a waste of money because it doesnt do anything more than give you proper wine settings for stuff.
well, except that it is actually the opposite... microsoft will charge for it, and the others are free. we think that wine and noveau are acceptable because they are free versions of non-free stuff. taking something that is free and making it not free is unacceptable
the combined weight of all the electronics and wires in most modern cars is roughly 3/5 of the car's weight.