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Well, with all the tards with VVS, I suppose even video is not always an exception either.
Vertical Video Syndrome - A PSA
You're not shooting that right dummy!
Frontier is going to fold, and you know it.
What you need to do is pay attention to who is in charge of this, and find ways to boycott any products they have anything to do with in the future. Especially the bastards who were involved in the marketing.
Yeah! Let's make sure we punish people for the rest of their lives! Damn them for not providing me with my exact requirements!
The internet has turned into somewhere we can destroy people. It's ugly.
While I agree some things get out of hand, and vigilantism is often not a very good thing, are you suggesting that it is okay for them to screw people over, change to a new company and then do it again, and again? Telling people they will get what they want if they give them the money, taking the money, then turning around and not giving them what they want is not okay. And if the company folds because of it, and the people move on and start a new company, it should not be okay to do it all over again.
And since you basically agreed to be an investor in the venture (that's why you get a "reward", not a "purchase"), do you know what you can do about that in most cases? Jack and shit.
And Jack left town.
They should offer this to the user as an option, where the user has to pay less when tracking is enabled. Otherwise this is abuse of market power to make users agree to being tracked.
Except it will be the other way around. Pay more to not be tracked.
Based on what we know about simulators, they are inherently slower and smaller in scope than the system they run on. You're never going to have a virtual machine that is more powerful than the metal that it runs on. Similarly, you're probably not going to have a simulated universe be more powerful than the universe that is hosting the simulated universe.
I don't think that is necessarily true. You just can't simulate something more powerful in real time. Maybe the simulation takes an day in the simulator's universe to "render" one second in our universe (or any other ratio, it's just an example). To the people in the simulation, everything seems "real-time" from their point of view. We have no way to know how long the hardware in the "real" universe takes to run our simulation.
I'm sure new CPU designs that are more powerful can still be simulated on older CPU designs. Again, the simulation may run a lot slower.
They studied hard and ensured they fully understood every aspect of basic satellite lunch systems domestically before moving to the next stage.
I can imagine an Indian scientist thinking "Hmmm... what do satellites like to eat for lunch, and what type of system can we build to feed it to them?"
Or just switch to Open Office or other derivatives.
That is exactly what I did. Unfortunately every once in a while one of my colleagues will send me a document (usually a power point presentation) that won't open in anything other than the newest version of office.
Just tell them "I'm sorry, but your file is in a non-standard format and I can't open it."
Isn't that supposed to be windows 8.2?
Windows 8.1 update (as opposed to Windows 8.1) is supposed to be Windows 8.2.
Better experience? I get nothing but frustration from my wife's iDevices. I haven't used Android, so I can't compare, but Android would have to be pretty bad if Apple is a better experience. (I have an old flip phone. Makes calls. It's off most of the time.)
A better life? Get rid of your damned phones.
Good don't let the door hit your ass on the way out.
That's right, cheer for your enslavement. You deserve whatever you get. Don't worry about my ass, it's yours that will be sore from the DRM.
I've had far too many problems with this crap. Games that I paid for not working (claiming I had software on my computer that I did not (for mounting images), and even if I did, that would be my own business), DVDs from the store that failed to play (gave up on ever using MS WMP after it told me the content of the DVDs was protected and I couldn't watch it), wife paying for Treehouse on her iPad to keep the youngster pacified at times and it not working (wrong region! WTF? In the same damned region as every day before when it worked), video from a sonar causing recorder to stop recording (claiming copyright flag), video from a camera 100m under the ocean also causing the recorder to stop recording (claiming copyright flag). Not being able to use the HD feed from some of those subsea cameras with a video capture device that will only accept the analog feed from them (for fear it might be copyrighted). This is the future you are embracing. Hope you enjoy it.
Their lack of DRM support is what is causing them to lose market share.
What lack of support is causing loss of market share? I have yet to see anything that requires it in my browser. I realize my own personal experience is hardly representative of users as a whole.
If nobody supported it, no market share would change. Since that is unlikely, market share will change. Some, like myself, will not support DRM laden things whenever possible. Sadly, it's not always possible. Others will say "Yay! My browser doesn't work right, and I can't watch the "premium content" I paid for." and take the DRM in the ass.
What the hell do you need DRM in a browser for? The internet is getting messed up badly enough now, without that crap. Defective by design.
The users have spoken and they don't want ideology, they want technology.
So do I... technology that works. And we'd have a lot more of it without DRM. DRM is not about tech, it is about content. Apples and oranges dude. (Anonomous Coward at that.)