But doesn't everybody like pie?
Oh, yes, it totally is. I just never came out and said so in my original post, which the AC accused me of having done so.
yes, but you can only infer from my post that Windows 8 is crap IF you [the reader] first believe that Windows XP was crap.
I didn't say it was crap. I said it didn't crash [which most people view as a positive] and that using it frustrates me [which most people interpret as a personal opinion and not an attack on all other users].
actually, property taxes for them are relatively low, because while they take up a bunch of land, they primarily pave over most of it and have a small [for the size of the property] building as a showroom/repair center. and they do things like set up in surrounding suburbs where property taxes are lower.
it doesn't crash, but it frustrates the hell out of me whenever I try to use it [I primarily use MacOSX]. maybe if I spent a bunch of time training myself to memorize where all the hidden stuff is, it might get close to the frustration level of WinXP.
sorry, you are only allowed to do this sort of thing with impunity if you work on wallstreet.
I'm sure the carriers are quaking in their boots for this to happen.
carrier sales completely dominate the industry vs direct consumer sales of phones. Probably by at least 2 orders of magnitude.
it means that even when a salesman was in charge, they couldn't figure out how to sell their completely revamped product into a market with several mature competitors.
they are down to trying to be the low-cost competitor by dumping their OS for free, while still demanding royalties for one of their competitors os's [android].
no, they didn't fix it.
you changed the settings for it.
you can either pick "immediately" or "15 minutes" and the default is 15 minutes.
with 7.1, they just added a message saying you have a 15 minute purchase window with an extra button to go settings, where you can change the setting.
Lube up boys. Time to start probing the other back doors.
also, not sure why the article is using the future tense, as this relating to plans the NSA made in 2009. I find it hard to believe they haven't been implemented yet.
and then the hot star on star action will be over in a bright flash.
I don't believe the major carriers in the US will sell the Nexus handsets, for this very reason.
Oh no, he/she can still bang whomever they fancy.