I'm sorry, but to my mind any definition of "crappy" must include the freedom to access any website, which many other first world nations (like the UK) do not enjoy.
Please post a link to a (non-child-porn) website that we in the UK can't access.
Not much about Roy Trubshaw the original inventor of MUD but then again I used to work with Roy and had no idea he'd done such a thing in his student days. Lovely guy but not exactly a self publicist!
ADVENT was a great game, am pondering porting David Platt's A-Code to our rules engine...
First of all, research has shown again and again that harsh penalties simply do not work as a deterrent to other offenders.
Citation please and without it, why has this been modded up to 5? The sentence has created huge publicity here in the UK and that if nothing else should make the looter cretins think twice before posting similar incitements to riot.
And yes, it's quite possible that another riot is around the corner. NOBODY expected what happened last Monday and who's to say it won't happen again.
Linkedin is the only other "social media" account I have and I will never have a Facebook account and shunned MySpace when it was introduced. For me, the lack of any social decency that stems from anonymity is simply not worth it.
Unless you have some very strange friends you should give Facebook a try. Everyone I know (and as far as I can tell everyone that they know) uses their own real name.
The perfect storm is coming, Wall Street CEOs have been dumping their own stock holdings at unheard of ratios, they know what is going to be happening.
Citation please. When I tried googling for evidence it appears to be a recurring story over the past few years.
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer