I'm guessing they were lowest bid.
I wonder if any of the Supreme Court Justices had scary phone calls or mysterious meeting with NSA personnel in the recent past.
Why do I think the home server for this assassination market is located at the CIA headquarters?
FreeOffice or OpenSuite are both better choices than what they went with.
TuxSuite is actually pretty cool!
Yep. Not to mention you also have to define what Libre means in the first place. The idiots who renamed Open Office should all be smacked.
Until someone dumps a nuke in our atmosphere and wipes out most of the servers. Then paper books are going to be very, very important.
This game looked amazing. I really wanted it. I hope that it is somehow saved from the scrapheap by Disney.
I still prefer books, but movies have improved dramatically over the last 10 years. Books still provide the best bang for the buck, though. There's no artificial limit based upon CGI, investors, or available actors. While there certainly are some very poor sf books, with a simple Google search, you can find a list of hundreds of books that are all very, very good.
Because it's actually related to programming, unlike a large percentage of recent Slashdot posts?
I'm not sure why, but most recent UI redesigns have just been crap (Ubuntu, Gnome3, Yahoo, Deviant Art, etc). What is it with the UI guys that they just have to go with a bunch of unnecessary bling, that hides the actual content and daily use features?
I'd also recommend Mint Mate to people who want their Linux distro to Just Work.
NoScript works for me...
I'd mod you up if I had the points. Computer geeks are terrible at making things work for non-geeks. And if you say anything about this, you often get attacked. Just mention how a lot of linux programs are hard to use and see them freak out.
I'm betting average wages haven't risen that fast, especially over the last four years.