Good job, and I mean that in all sincerity. As much as in my meat-world life that I joke about hating kids, I think that in many ways, they're better than most of us adults in that they basically just want to learn, play, and create. I have come to the conclusion that basically only children and the elderly are just honest about their thoughts and feelings. I was helping a friend clean out her flat when her kid stared at me and said "you're crazy". My only response is "yeah, but I'm not the bad kind of crazy, so get off the iPad and grab a sponge".
Considering that the last time I checked, OpenSUSE still has KDE3 repos, I'm sure that it will. I haven't bothered installing it for a year after I had to replace the drive with / on it, but before that, I sometimes logged in to a 3.x session for nostalgia's sake.
just posting to erase my mis-mod. I hit "redundant" instead of the intended "insightful"
You're far from the only couple. When I still played Warcrack, I was in one guild where half the raiders were couples playing together. There even was a couple who let their daughter stay up a bit on raid nights to join in as a healer. Everybody also had lives out of game, since these were some of the nicest, best-adjusted people I have ever known.
I wonder if sometimes, people complaining are doing so because the films changed it too much, or not enough. Sure, there are purists out there, but I'm sure that there are some Shakespeare fans who hate Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood" and "Ran" for being "unfaithful" to "MacBeth" and "King Lear", respectively. Though the latter includes a total re-interpretation for cultural reasons, in both cases, the directors changed the source material to adapt it to film, and tell a good story. Whether or not Jackson made the LoTR films or the Hobbit films the latter is up for debate, but demanding absolute accuracy seems a bit silly.
The Reptoids, or whatever conspiracy theory suits one's fancy.
Or, it could be a bit more simple than that and they're just working for themselves and their own power.
Hmm. click on the "one click install" option, and use a UI switcher on Chrome. All of about 30 seconds of actual work, including the time to google pipelight and search for the extension.
Now how Netflix decides to tell me that I'm using the platform every time I try to reload because of a playback timeout, I have to go back to the main menu because I get an error message that I'm on the wrong platform. Obviously, Netflix doesn't care what platform, since another request from my account that's now magically on a different OS/browser within 1s is obviously a sign that someone is bypassing the studio-mandated nonsense, and they want to keep paying customers. I don't think their tech folk care about externally-mandated blockages.
It is rather amusing, since as every time I see a Humble Bundle come out, Linux users pay more on average than Mac or Windows (in that order) users.
My personal anecdotal evidence is that I can't even go to a rock concert without having to taking clonazepam beforehand and immediately heading to the bar for booze, just to prevent the serious crazy that happens if I even get a whiff of second-hand weed smoking. That's right, even a contact high fucks me horribly. However, on the other hand, I know scores of people who smoke the stuff regularly, either for recreational reasons or medicine, and either benefit or have neutral effects. It's a drug, and like other drugs, it causes varying reactions amongst various people.
I think it should be legal, but I don't know whether it's better to regulate it like medicine, or like other recreational drugs like alcohol or tobacco, both of which are more harmful.
Victim blaming in rape cases happens *all* the time in the US as well. Look at that case in Ohio, where the rapists were given a slap on the wrist sentence only *after* Anon got involved, and the media kept going on about how "these poor boys' lives are ruined". Nothing for the victim. No federal charges for filming kiddie pr0n on the rapists who filmed it. But they were "promising football players".
We'll know the moment when their servers become self-aware, realise the extent and in some cases twistedness of all the pr0n online and decide to morph into SkyNet.
If I recall correctly, the Church of the Subgenius is actually incorporated as a for-profit enterprise, and proudly pays its taxes.
A lot of the creative folk are now moving over to Oakland, which has a bit of a cost of living advantage over both Berkeley and SF as well as a pretty thriving cultural scene. It's also rather conveniently located between the two on BART.
He's saying the interface is crap, not the OS. And I'm inclined to agree. I didn't even have time to test all the improvements under the hood that many people here have mentioned when I installed Win8 in a VM, because I wiped that image within 15 min after dealing with that shit interface. Hell, Unity is better than the Win 8 UI.
A combination of benzos and beta-blockers would probably do the job a bit more easily.