Not even a wooden pole?
Children naturally have a sense of fairness and sharing.
Perhaps on planet Barnowl. Here on earth, kids are naturally selfish petty greedy little buggers. The hardest word to un-teach a kid is "mine". Off all the ones I've known have had to be taught (at great frustration by the parents/teachers/etc) to share.
2) Since then I've been slowly merging my bookmarks into a sqlite database, which I then pull from daily.
It's possible that feedly or some other online service might be able to help me...but after Reader shut down I've become pretty paranoid about using online services for those sorts of things; I'd rather have something that runs local(and my computer for the past year has not been capable of running pretty much anything else...ram has been at a premium). Also it's coloured my perception of Google itself: that was really the turning point between "using google services if they add value to my life/make life easier" and "PRISM-breaking my life, including a departure from any contact point with google I can live without without *too* much discomfort"
It took me 8 months to get everything to the point where it could be reached again and I've been trying to find a life balance that works ever since. I've really struggled -- google made it easy to get just the right amount of information about the world, every day. Generally if I read *all* of my RSS feeds for a day, I was bored or something else was wrong. Now there's really no boundary between "too much" and what I read daily. Consequently...sure I read ~95 feeds/day...but that's way too much time for what value it adds to my life.
So tl; dr I'm paranoid, ignorant and constantly busy now that I do a fraction of what I used to do with reader, only by hand.
Link to Original Source
Backups. There's usually a backup somewhere that still contains the data.
how do you expect to be able to rent movies and television programs produced by major studios?
I don't intend to rent these things, or buy these things. If it's produced by a studio which uses DRM I don't want it to be in my life.
I feel it was the McDonald's inheritance fortune from years back that poisoned NPR. Republicans saw a chance to siphon some profits from the teat of a public institution and immediately did their damnedest to wrestle their own control into the foundations that manage that money. CPB was the first domino to really fall to them.
Open society naturally grows more liberal, and as a response, politics grows more conservative in its attempt to counteract change.
Thankfully in this cycle, looks like society is winning on the spin-of-the-wheel for cultural development.
Thats nonsense, of course the NSA backdoored bitlocker.
Stop fostering fear of an open source tool that actually worked, now you're doing to work of the NSA for them.
I feel like that would explain the Arma3 FPS lag issues.
My wife in the US got in by invite with a non-FB login, this was before any FB login integration was added. I'm stuck with a FB login b/c I was in the interim where they required it.