We are coming!
Didn't know it takes that much to render the inside of vents.
That game was played by finding vents and going through them.
The police station mission was cool but the rest, vents, and more vents.
Don't forget that you'll need iTunes to load anything in the trunk, which will lose the contents any time there is an update.
Been using ecigs for a couple of years now. Never really got a hard time for using it anywhere.
Couple of instances was once in a bar in New York City, they told me to be discreet, and at a superbowl public event, by orders of the fire marshals, probably because the vape looks like smoke and they are trained to look for signs of fire.
As for the FDA not regulating them, good, it's better to have their hands out of them.
I know quite a few people who gave up smoking with ecigs.
IBM has lost some pretty big business customers due to the inability to compete with people who prefer to "insource" (lingo for ship the jobs out of the country by opening IT shops in low cost regions)
While competing on that level, they lost complete touch with their end-customers and I wouldn't be surprised if these jobs will be available somewhere else under the IBM brand pretty soon.
As a brand, I don't think that such a massive lay-off will be as easy to hide under the rug as their support of the Nazi tabulation systems, especially because all the laid off people will eventually be part of their customer base.
These people will ruin America as it was envisioned by Ben Franklin and that the Europeans hold dear.
That's a concept which might end up being a reality. Can't wait for a robot cook.
In two very stressful situations our reptilian brains were exposed to, the only forms of entertainment we were allowed were the mind-numbing airline magazine or skymall. Now that we can use electronic devices in those situations, skymall becomes pointless. Some foreign airlines still require turning off electronic devices during take-off and landing. Those could have make use of skymall but skymall was a lazy business. They didn't expand internationally and didn't tap into the new medium. (people could have shopped for free over wifi)
The 5th is a much stronger than the 4th amendment because it protects a defendant from being charged with contempt for remaining silent.
Yes, work very well but AD integration is kind of a pain. Managing users and groups between the emulator and windows is poorly supported.
I had some issues with it related to people wanting to use it for windows sftp that led my management to having me move all my cygwin/ssh based windows monitoring to WMI, which just sucked. Pretty much switched jobs because of it.
No problem, the pirated version will only be available with Korean subtitles.
Great thinking Sony. Complain about apple and you can't even get it onto your own network.
In most real life situations the iPhone is much faster because it is purposeful in it its ways rather than rely on higher system performance to do things that shouldn't need to be done. Same reason why windows to me is much slower than OSX.
Exactly, which is the direction I saw Google take. If I was going to stick to a platform that goes into a closed system direction, why not choose to go back to Apple, who makes much sexier products.
So far I'm very happy with the decision since I dig the new iPhone. iTunes is annoying but at least I don't need to have different audio players for music, audiobooks, and I don't need another app to help it decide which player should play what I last paused. Oh, and rescanning all my storage every time I added a few new songs was getting old. I really didn't see a performance degradation after I switched. I most real life situations, it is quite the opposite.
I used to love the openness of Android and I would have never considered iOS. However, after this blatant destruction of what Android and any true open system should stand for, I did not have any reservations getting an iPhone to replace my Galaxy S4.
So long Google, you fucked up. Badly,