Ubuntu is for users who don't quite know what they are doing yet. It is somewhat like religion - eventually you grow up and move on.
Yah, well, obviously you are not an electronic engineer and don't understand sampling, filtering and audio signals.
14kHz? I'm rather much younger than Young and I can't hear the diff between MP3, CD or vinyl on my old fashioned high power hifi anymore. HiFi is for young whipper snappers only...
I challenge any 68 year old rocker to a double blind test to hear the difference between MP3 and Pono.
You can use par2 or rsbep to protect your floppies against bit rot.
Par2 or rsbep to the rescue.
Obviously hard sectored, single sided.
There may be a market out there for innovative use of side cutters on antenna wires.
The simplest explanation is that the MtGox executive stole the bitcoin.
Well, clearly, the Hittites harvested the sulfate salts from the Meridium Planum and sold it to the Shergottites, much to the dismay of the Stalagmites, so that may explain it...
Meet me. I have on occasion not only read FLOSS code, but also contributed.
Geez, do your private stuff on your own phone. Why waste your time with the cripple company systems?
Hmm, I've been running XP virtual machines since about 2002 - so, about 12 years. However, lately I have very little use for it and I can't remember when last I booted Windows.
You can still get such engines - used in Formula 1 of course.
Yup, imagine how time wasting and frustrating it would be to insert Cyrillic lettering in strings in your typical UTF8 programming language. So I don't buy that Rusky argument at all.