LOL. Verizon would not do that. Do they really care?
Yep, I don't use standard display settings as well on my test machines. It amazes me how many issues I run into. I used to be a SQA tester/analyst for my employer (got laid off last week from a 10% layoff) and had to write up many issues about usability and comestic issues. I am very picky in catching them (can see slight differences like a pixel off, color differences, etc.). Most of the reported issues are just deferred or cared not. There need to be stricter rules about accessibility.
Ditto. I use it for testing and compatibility usages. I would use VMware, but they're pricey while VirtualBox is free for home usages. I prefer VMware over VirtualBox though.
56K? FCC only allows up to 53K. I wished I could go that high for dial-up modem speeds. It is ranges from 21600 to 31200. Lots of line noises and at best 3 kB/sec for compressed downloads.
Aren't there ad blockers for iOS? I hate it when web sites don't work with ad blockers.
What about desktops and lappies? I prefer those.
I still want clicky (model M) keyboards so I can type like a machine gun (can't do that with tablets with no physical keys' surface bumps), power/speed (e.g., compiling and gaming!), etc. I rarely go out, weak to carry heavy stuff, and move around due to my disabilities. I don't even own a mobile phone.
Well, not everyone remembers to press winkey+L. We do forget once in a while. At my former workplace, it is a 10/ten minutes idle time.
Your neighbors must love you for that.
I'd rather throw a heavy lappy, model M keyboard, etc. at the intruders. Those hurt.
It looks like me as an ant.
If they dissolve, then how will I get my fast Internet connections at decent residential prices?
I recently discovered iOS can't do multiple user accounts like Android. That is disappointing.
Do you trust that VPS?
How will I be able to block HTML5 videos like Flash videos?