Let's see the iMac was 1998, OSX Server 1999, the iBook 1999, OSX Developer Preview 2000, iPod 2001, Win-compatiable iPod 2004, then of course the transition to intel. There are plenty of things to criticize Jobs over, his stewardship of Apple from 1997- isn't one of them.
Since this is getting much coverage I wonder how many people will get busted trying to buy cheap ipads from overseas?
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No there simply aren't enough. The Occupational Outlook Handbook estimates a demand for 7,000 new lawyers a year for the next ten years. Every year about 40,000 people graduate from law school.
Here's the thing: Drones are fine until the EM spectrum goes to hell in a hand basket which will happen almost instantly when you're fighting an sophisticated enemy. An designed in the 60s EA-6 could probably bring down a whole squadron of drones or at least render them useless. But drones are the flavor of the month so lets waste a few billion on them.
Thank you sir!!!!!
Of course, but I have the PS3 connected to the big TV in the living room. I want netflix running on this laptop so I watch movies while travelling or at my desk.
If you know any site with a walk through to setup Netflix WINE I would greatly appreciate it.
I'm really done with computer gaming. Now if you want to talk about how Netflix keeps me from using Linux, I'll be glad to talk.
Many jurisdictions have a legal newsletter or website for attorneys. They often provide excellent coverage of judicial races.
If you've ever used any of the online chart apps, you understand what this is all about. They are simply phenomenal and beat the heck out of paper charts that may or may not be up to date. But to be honest they're probably of more use to private pilots who may not be in touch with ATC during every part of their flight.
You like Opera? I love Opera. I've been using Opera since way back at version 2.0. Remember the browser that would fit on a floppy? I even paid for it. Sure, it's not perfect but it's pretty darn good. Now it's endanger of being taken over by a company I personally don't use and can't stand. I would have rather seen it die back in the 90s than to me such an ignominious fate.
Yeah I wonder about why they chose that particular license. I mean it's not a commericially viable product, and if it's meant to spur research and development then why not chose some sort of free software license.
Seconded. You would be surprised how commuting by bike can change your outlook on work and your health. Consider the benefits of getting your daily workout while commuting to work.
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Don't be so quick to make assumptions having lived in the country and in the city I can attest that it's definitely easier to ride in rural areas despite the fact the distances are greater. As for shopping on bikes, today it is easier than ever due to some innovative new (and old) designs.