I’m guessing parent meant mechanical as in clicky mechanical keyswitches, like a Model M. He might be interested in something like this.
I was in the two-year-old USS Spruance’s CIC last Fleet Week and iirc it had modern LCD projectors. (The workstations were all logged out/sleeping but I saw some X mouse cursors.)
Also the wealthiest. Coincidence?
Yeah, they were trying to screw you. A timing belt is a "consumable" the same way a clutch plate is a "consumable." Sure, they'll need replacement eventually, but any part not scheduled for replacement within the warranty term should not be exempt from the warranty.
If FourSquare wants to offer cheaper, better extended warranties paired with accident protection
then Foursquare might actually offer something of value.
According to them, they made repeated attempts to contact WB and 5th Cell, and got stonewalled.
I work for a foosball table manufacturer, you insensitive clod!
I don’t know what networks or channels you hang out on but I never see any “a/s/l?” type shit on any I’m ever on, whether they be social or technical or hobby-related. If a newbie does come on acting inappropriately or just not in keeping with the tenor of the channel (e.g. CAPS LOCK PERMANENTLY ON,) they’ll realize they’re out of line and shape up, get bored and
Funny, that's where I saw this story first.
Makes perfect sense if you think about it a little creatively (which EA won’t): A new disaster event in which you have to defend your Simcity of Toothopolis against an onslaught of Cavity Creeps.
What asshole modded this “Troll,” and whatever happened to metamoderation anyway?
Who is that supposed to be buying votes from, Fisker employees and investors? (Also, “teleprompters?” Fox News called from 2009, seems you’re infringing on their bullshit talking point)
What's the difficulty? Get a warrant and Google/Dropbox/Skype/etc will hand over any data covered by it. Couldn't be simpler. Why waste time and effort with all this extralegal surveillance?
Making this information public is kind of counterproductive (for them, not us,) as now everyone has a handy addition to paste into their spam blacklists, right after '*.info'.
The scenario is a little different for games. Professionals don’t sweat the cost of the tools they use to do their jobs, within reason, as they’re either tax writeoffs or billable to a client. Adobe can charge $1300-2600 for individual copies of CS6 because a single freelance gig will more than cover that (unless you’re doing flyers for a local band or something.) $5-10 for a useful tool is nothing. Whereas very few people have the type of job that would allow them to deduct video game purchases from their taxable income or have them purchased by their employer, and even fewer make money directly from playing them.