Your original post stated that nobody is going to boycott Intel. I will boycott Intel. I'm not sure why, after my post immediately proved yours to be wrong, you felt the need to call me, "feminazi".
Unfortunately it is untrue. An AC has posted a very accurate description of the incident in response to your post, so I'll not repeat that.
Sarkesian reported harassment to SF police and they passed the report on to the FBI. This has been established for some time now.
Wherever possible, I will certainly boycott Intel's products.
It actually started when a male Kotaku journalist published an article about a female game developer that he was sleeping with without disclosure,
This is untrue.
I like the way you took the trouble to find a video of a cheetah running, but didn't bother to read the first paragraph after the MIT video.
"None of the major engines use it."
Unity uses C#.
Two days? TWO? We would submit our cards and then wait for the lesson THE NEXT WEEK to find out if the program had compiled. To be fair, it did encourage one to try be a very, very careful programmer. The rest of you are all whippersnappers by the way.
Why buy two Chromebooks if they're so useless?
I don't know the price but if it's more, your decision to buy from this charity is based on how much spare cash you have. Capitalism has been kind to lots of people so they might want to go for it. You shouldn't sweat it if you prefer not to. It's a charity; you donate if you want to and can afford to. If not, buy your stuff elsewhere.
Most attendees didn’t expect “100x cooler” to translate into “we’ll post spam in your feed as soon as the RFID badge senses that you’ve entered the show", but that seems to be what happened."
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How could this post be modded Informative? The only information it contains is that the author of the post is an idiot. Europe was not "utterly destroyed". It's not just one country. Countries were affected differently, depending on where they were with respect to the fighting. We've already heard from Swiss and Swedish readers who live in countries that have working infrastructure despite the fact that they were not "utterly destroyed" in WWII. I didn't reply to this post before because I assumed that the poster was just trolling and that it would get moderated down as soon as a someone with mod points saw it. I'm replying now because it has somehow been moderated up.
I don't think the word "better" really applies, because not everyone is interested in the same thing. Some people want to see the game and nothing but the game. Other people want to look at the crowd. Others want to replay over and over controversial or exciting moments. Some people want to watch one player specifically, while others would prefer a much wider angle so as to be able to see the pattern of play developing. Some people like to see the facial expressions of the players.
It's not a competition and there is not one "best" way. If there is a choice of ten views of the game, there will be some people who like each and every one.
It's best to read the article before posting. I have provided the crucial paragraph below:
Once we decided to go ahead, a special newsletter was sent out to all parents. We probably had less than half a dozen who disagreed, maintaining that learning Office was a more useful skill. Whilst I accept their views, I would argue that an 11 year old student starting with us in September 2014 will probably not reach the job market until 2024 or there about. What will Office 2024 look like? Your guess is as good as mine, but good basic skills and a logical and analytical way of dealing with computers will be good for a lifetime.