Have you been hiding under a rock for the last few months? Mega gives you 50GB for free.
Yes, I know this is an old discussion, but you'll love this:
As for great schools, perhaps they are, as long as you exclude science, philosophy, art, history, perhaps geography. Since they're state run (and the state bends the curriculum as they see fit), they are chock full of religion (which takes over the science, philosophy, and art departments) and since their government expresses blind hatred against other countries, I can only assume history and geography classes are equally skewed.
And that's different from the U.S. how?
Are you really going to choose from one of those logos? They are interesting as a contest to see who creates the nerdiest animated gif, but none of them work as a serious logo.
You have no idea about what you're talking about. I live in Tokyo. Here hundreds of thousands take their bicycles everyday to go just about everywhere. If what you say was true, then thousands would die every year from bike accidents because wearing helmets is completely voluntary.
Guess what? That isn't happening. People aren't dying left and right.
I can't speak for others, but I can tell you that *I* wouldn't ride my bike as often if I had to carry an annoying helmet with me every time I went somewhere.
Ah, those urban legends that didn't happen to you either, but everybody says they experienced them first person.
Yeah, those didn't happen to me either, but I've heard them many times.
I remember doing the opposite. In the late 90s I was still using 8-bit computers from the 80s as a hobby (MSX, relatively popular everywhere but the U.S.). Because the communications software was limited, we used to download software from local BBSs via our PCs, and then copy into floppy disks to use on the MSX.
The problem was that the PC didn't accept that I was trying to format 2HD disks in 2DD format, so in my MSX disks I always covered the little hole. This was either under MS-DOS 6.22 or OS\2 Warp (I didn't really use Windows much even back then).
There was even footage:
Well, I'm Spanish, and "americano" has always meant "someone from the U.S.A.".
No, he's not going against any US law because neither him nor his server(s) are in the US. Period.
Excuse me, but I have been following this thread and I can't miss the fact that you're ignoring all the proofs and arguments that people more informed than you are providing.
I'm trying to find the button to mark you as a retard so I don't have to read your nonsense again, but apparently it's not there anymore. Where's the option to ignore your posts?
That box isn't just MacOS X. It comes with iLife and iWork. This is the one you wanted ($29).
Apple does not sell OS X without accompanying hardware. You can grab an OS X upgrade disc for a nominal fee, but it is just that, an upgrade version.
You're wrong. The Snow Leopard DVD is a full install disc that you can install on a clean hard disk.
Why shouldn't Apple have the ability to specify conditions of sale.
I have no objection to them doing so. All they have to do is present the conditions prior to completion of the purchase...
You mean, like they are doing NOW by telling everybody this before they release MacOS X 10.6.2?