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Holy shit snacks, does that mean that one day I might be able to use Korean government or online banking website with Firefox???
Probably not, the country's extremely monocultural when it comes to computing tech. ("Not Invented Here" was one of the problems in the first place.) For example, nearly all the PCs there are Windows/Intel/nVidia combos... you really need to jump though hoops and/or be really specific when ordering computers to get anything else. And, only people at Daum and KAIST seem to even have any idea about Linux. Anything outside the Windows (IE6+)/Intel/nVidia mindset is not going to work.
...and cities in China creating dedicated 'smartphone lanes' for walkers who need to keep up with WeChat on the move.
I know I'm a little late to this discussion (days later via email subscription), but FTFY.
...a receptionist in a dentists' office...
Wow, that office really gets around...
...is grammatically correct in that it puts the punctuation...
Punctuation is not grammar. Grammar is not punctuation.
If I could only teach the internet one thing, it would be the difference between grammar, punctuation, spelling, and semantics; along with the massive difference between language and orthography.
IMO they should just have Quentin Tarantino do Star Wars. We could finally have the glorious final showdown involving JarJar that everybody has been waiting for since he first showed his annoying face in episode 1.
(I know, I'm a dick).
Yes, yes you are.
This is why we can't have nice things.
A few minutes later came another big change when The Pirate Bay’s main domain started pointing to a new IP-address (18.104.22.168) that is connected to a server hosted in Moldova.
So far there is not much to see, just a background video of a waving pirate flag (taken from Isohunt.to) and a counter displaying the time elapsed since the December 9 raid. However, the "AES string" looks 'promising.'"
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