That's why I said personal computers, not business machines/workstations.
You're not the only one. Im chugging along with a c2d from 2008. I can get at least another three years out of this, if not more. Speed brings nothing to table in personal computing anymore (outside of gaming and i'm not and have been a gamer).
There is no "american driving test". It varies from state to state.
That was happening many years before the beta thing, champ
That's true. I have a 5-digit I can't use anymore due to a dead email address. Oh well.
They did leave. That's why current posters have an virtual orgasm when someone with a 5 digit, or dear god 4 or 3 digit, uid posts. They moved on.
What the insurance gets billed and what they pay is rarely close. If they get billed $1,000,000 for a transplant, they might pay $250,000.
Good deal. That means we can ignore this!
I know that. You asked who the main investor was, not who it was owned by.
Sure. You can print/mint any currency you want, as long as it's not meant to pose as federal reserve currency. There is nothing illegal about it.
No one, unless they are buying stocks.
1. The United States federal government.
That's good enough for me.
The definition of marketing:
the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.
I don't see the word bullshit, or any synonym of it. Therefore it is not "by definition".
Because it's another notch I the feature list that no one uses, or cares about.
That said, I have a sixty inch I just bought that doesn't have 3D.
Why troll? This is absolutely correct.
Wikipedia is not news and news outlets are not an encyclopedia. They aren't related and can't be compared.