Have been caught several times by that damn firefox re-packager when searching for the mozilla firefox download. Their ad looks very similar to a legit search result and is at the top.
Don't go introducing facts about WWII on an American forum, you know they won WWII all by themselves, leading the fight from the very beginning.
There was no world war before Pearl Harbour.
I feel your pain
The user generated maps seem to work well under linux. Overall the experience has been flawless, despite being a beta. It downloaded, it worked, simple as that. Well done Valve!
This should keep me entertained for a while.
Do you know if the custom maps/mods for Portal 2 work on linux? I had no luck with them for Portal 1.
Full call details can be logged from a asterisk server. Its pretty much std features for any PABX. Complete non story.
I was quite serious. Ideologues of all stripes tend to categorise disagreement as trolling.
Trouble is, way to many people classify trolls as "People who disagree with me".
This is particularly prevalent on feminist boards.
Swindle! so clever and witty! right up there with M$ and Microsucks.
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Is anyone else who's planning on joining the (very) imminent slashcott having difficulty in reaching altslashdot.org?
I ask because, despite several careful attempts, I have not yet been able to successfully reach the new wiki this evening. (It had been fine on Friday, though.) For me, the address is now resolving as soylentnews.org and is also showing as a parked domain courtesy of some place in France.
I'm concerned about the new site still not being "ready for primetime" despite the slashcott being almost literally around the corner. Did I somehow fumble-finger the link, or are others seeing the same thing when they try to reach Altslashdot??? TIA"
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"Shazbot! We ran into some trouble getting the comments.
Try again... na-nu, na-nu!"
NB: Can see the comments when there is only a few of them, such as "Bitcoin Plunges after Mt. Gox Exchange halts trades" which ony has 2 comments. Someone neglected to see if it scaled on slow overseas connections (Australia).
Guess we are a third world country too.
Any kiwis care to comment?
Yeah, kiwis, like Ozzies, pretend they are independent frontier types, but the reality is closer to parochial and authoritarian.
There's no way to not get the fan or the pump working when compiling a couple thousand c++ code. Not even on those poser designer computers.
Really? I compile the kdepim suite on my PC and can't hear a thing. $30 after market CPU fan and SSD drive.
At work we have multiple VM servers running near silent - Noctua NH-U12S fans, they are an amazing piece of hardware.