Make sure you use a speed test site that doesn't employ multiple connections. When my DSL gets slow during peak times, it first starts limiting bandwidth per connection and only later will limit bandwidth no matter how many threads I use. This one should do the job: http://testmy.net/
Certain Steam games have followed me from Windows, to OS X and now Linux. This is a significant extra value and very convenient and I really hope that Valve manages to get a significant portion of the gamer crowd to switch. For me it's simple, if the game does not run in linux, I won't play it. Wine and emulators like DosBox are thankfully available to play some #oldwarez and the occasional game of SCII.
It's knot a bout the sob knitter, it' a bout the nun ax is tin editin.
An anonymous reader writes: A latest study from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) states that nearly 19 percent of the world's reptiles face extinction. This study was conducted in collaboration with experts from IUCN.
And this is what became of said hangar: http://www.tropical-islands.de/
Another commenter suggested this: https://startpage.com/ Uses google directly.
Does anyone know, is there a Kickstarter like service that provides you a percentile return on your investment depending on the success of the project, instead of just a t-shirt? If there is not I might have to start such a service of course using Kickstarter to source funds.
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The problem is not that the patient may have already committed a crime. Psychiatrist have to report a there mere fact that a patient has pedophile tendencies, no matter if they are acted on or not.
Then have a look at this: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/66710809/double-fine-adventure
Whatever the reason for the 50Mb limit, especially pirates know how to use split RARs. With that kind of limit, you can't share high res PSDs, 3D renderings or anything else where a 25Gb online storage space actually makes sense. And actually, it sounds perfect for sharing music, even FLAC are less than 50Mb per track.
Have you tried Emacs?
And I thought I checked the "Disable Advertising" box on the front page.
There is a german IT news site called heise.de which appeals to a similar mindset as
/. Over there every can moderate and the "wrongthought" moderation is even worse to the point if that I do not pay attention to moderation any more nor do I actively moderate. This is just an example, but I am skeptical of opening up moderation to everyone. As an anecdote, for a while I was up-moderating posts which were punished for going against the /. groupthink. Suddenly I stopped getting any mod points for months, after having received them on a continuous basis. Gradually I am getting mod points again now. Maybe it was coincidental, but it is possibly part of the moderation system. If that is the case, that is where I would start making adjustments.
You should at least provide some arguments as to "why" you think those are bad examples. Otherwise do not be surprised to be modded flamebait.