I had my Lasik op 10 years ago, with much success. I had -5 on both eyes plus some astigmatism so I was nearly blind. And after the op not using any glasses or contacts was great. However, the problem is, I've been using computers, tablets, smartphones etc. for 15-16 hours every day. So I got my myopia back (about -1) with some astigmatism. So I was wondering had I been doing some outdoor work or something else in the first place, I wouldn't be having the -5 before. I don't know. What happens I'm not happy going back to glasses again.
One init to rule them all
One init to bind them...
The init from mordor has been deployed to all linux distributions.
Next step: take over the kernel.
I think this would be the main feature of Windoze 9.
"Hey, we've re-invented the start menu!"
Beware! much sarcasm is added in this post!
Indeed. No one in the unix world should care about a fast boot (why do you need to reboot your machine in the first place). I guess Redhat guys (especially Lennart), has lots of spare time in his hands and manages to bloat on the least problematic part of a distribution. Did any of you guys had problems with systemv?
Why tie Gnome, dbus etc to systemd? You can't nowadays install Gnome without systemd. I find this approach a shameful thing in the Linux history.
Just my 2 cents.
Slashdot is a real important part of my life for the past 11 years, and now I think it won't be the same again. I hope you can post/submit submit stories once in a while!
As he says: My mom was insanely cool even before she knitted an iPhone. You'd struggle to argue with that.
WillItBlend.com has had tons of requests from its fans on YouTube as to whether the iPhone will survive a minute in a kitchen blender — wouldn't want to spoil your fun by telling you the result. See for yourself.
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