ok, well i know about the bikinis, it was established there was a relaxation area on moonbase alpha, with artificial sunlight and loungers
he also admitted his "hacking" was almost entirely limited to guessing default or super weak (12345) passwords- this is actually farcical. they have to paint him as some Asperger super hacker to stop themselves looking like idiots
well the government is keeping power by maintaining constant war with rotating enemies. the war may or may not be real, in which case it's bombing it's own population...so there's that
tell that to the original G.I. Joe dolls!
really? works in firefox, chrome, and safari for me...and i would assume someone there has tried it in explore at some point, maybe when balmer was looking over their shoulder or something.
out of curiosity why didn't you just put it on a usb? or even better, isn't there some apple tool to create a usb installer?
that's because killing the guy would be illegal in both countries. linking to stuff is not illegal in the uk
well you get paid upfront so you take the deal i guess. it's less random than getting lost in the kickstarter goldrush. besides i get the impression these stories are created for a market, rather than a creator's passion project.
co-creator, tho moore rarely gives his artist his dues . gibbons created the whole look of the book including the 9 panel layout and several story aspects (the pirate comics instead of superhero comics in their world). in v for vendetta, the character's entire look including the mask was from artist david lloyd's ideas.
ha. ha ha...god, seriously? that cannot be true surely?
i'm using one right now, a toshiba i bought second hand- they have a wacom digitiser built in and i used it to paint in photoshop with full pressure sensitivity. the lcd isn't that great, but i did manage to hackintosh it and get the digitiser working in os x with tablet magic. still going strong tho the keyboard's shot.
that this is the mystery meat going into those "later next year" promises of something wonderful for the mac pro users?
in fairness the upgrade to 10.6 was $20
makes you wonder who's running QC there at Adobe.
the original release of photoshop cs5 for the mac, didn't give itself the right permissions to write to it's own pref file. they're number one, why try harder