EPIC WIN. that is all.
Thank you for that laugh
True. I guess if we were talking about IE users they might not know how to change those settings, but that type probably wouldn't care anyway.
If Mozilla moves away from using Google as its primary search engine, I see a lot of pissed off users who don't want to deal with another search engine switching to a different browser.
Perhaps, but many times these bands are just so ready to sign to a major label, they'll sign whatever heaps of fine print the label puts in front of them. Do you always read through everything you sign?
Truth spoken. It's a shame our country has come to this.
I'm sorry, but capitalism is not the issue. The corporations could not wield this kind of threatening power on their own. It's the government pussying out and bending over for big corp lobbyists that's the real issue. No government capitulation, no problem.
This is probably because you don't have your towel. If you had it, people would automatically assume you were a very prepared and put-together guy, and would be willing to help you out with anything you needed.
Wowbagger the Indefinitely Prolonged seems like the worst possible character to attract attention away from anything..
Well now that we have five months' warning, we can go to our local planning office and make a fuss!
We may have the choice now, but as much as I hate to say it, I have to agree that this looks like more of a transition than an expansion of options.
An anonymous reader writes "Apple this Summer is expected to release Mac OS X Lion. As opposed to other OS X releases, however, Lion will also be available for purchase via the Mac App Store, further solidifying Apple's efforts to make the Mac App Store an integral part of the Mac user experience." A lot of questions surrounding this related to the ability to make bootable disks. And also, why don't they just use apt-get? I gotta admit: it makes me nervous getting my OS from an App Store — which is strange considering how many kernels I've downloaded, built and booted over the years.
Somehow I doubt he reached terminal velocity in the what.. 100 feet from the launch pad?