I'll trying to get an Installfest setup at the local library to help XP users migrate to Ubuntu.
It's the entire existance of the Creation Museum. To be fair I would like to see them get rid of that one aisle.
Whole Foods is doing a lot of really good initiatives, see:
And they don't just say blindly yes God said so to questions like "Is Organic better for you?:
And probiotics after taking antibiotics makes logical sense.... I remember a study that showed that our natural bacteria wasn't at the same level 1 year after taking antibiotics (please don't use this as an excuse to not take antibiotics). If we have the right probiotics available to us is a different story. My wife just got antibiotics and the hospital recommened probiotics...
*Disclaimer: I own a small bit of Whole Foods stock. I'm sure this post will greatly increase it's value....
Ubuntu 12.04 Overview: http://bryanquigley.com/reviews/12-04-music-player-review-my-top-choices
(also has a stuck on Windows section)
Blog with the most details so far:
Is it Google? Is it the consumer?
They are right that the data will have a lot of power over you in these situations...
I browse with SSLv3 disabled... and https://archive.org/ only supports SSLv3... why? Most webservers have supported TLS 1.1/1.2 for ages now.. right?
See how their ads work here: https://dukgo.com/help/en_US/company/advertising-and-affiliates
(To summarize, they are usually fine - usually 0-1 clearly marked sponsored results per page)
how the update story is contracted to work and for how long. And is there a contingency for if the manufacturer stops wanting to update the phone?
Anyone else think it was going to be a revision for where they are today? On the burning platform that is Windows Phone...
Seriously, I think they are a recoverable company. They gave Elop three years to destroy them... Why not give me three years?
Are you sure that's your sig (Save IE6), or was that the end of your argument
Is that they leave in the section making it illegal to get around circumvention technologies at all. It servers no justifiable purpose. If anything, the government should be protecting us from DRM. Not helping enforce it.
Why is writing circumvention technologies not free speech, while money is? I've wondered if we can get a friendly congressman to read in libdvdcss2 to the congressional record...
 Digital Millennium Copyright Act v. Public Use: Are Constitutional Safeguards Insufficient in an Era of Industry Lobbying http://techlawadvisor.com/dmca/research.html
This move should be met with universal acclaim from cell phone users, right?"
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> You want Windows Phone 8 to die so consumers have less choice?
I do want more choice in the phone space, but I don't trust or want it to be from Microsoft - or for that matter propriatary. Why do you want Microsoft to have more control of our digital lives? They have more than enough. Competition works best with a bunch of small players in a market.
So yes, I really just want an actually "open" system to actually be given a chance to shine*. (I'm currently holding on to my Palm Pre Plus which still rocks, but is slowly dieing). I'm currently thinking about getting a Firefox OS device , but the specs are SOOO bad compared to my Palm. If I could get it without a dataplan w/ AT&T, I would have already purchased it.
I think the new gen of open source phones that are coming have a better shot (in that the company will actually try*!). Firefox OS, Ubuntu Mobile, Jolla, Tizen.
* Nokia gave open systems 1 release after saying it was a dead platform and then switched to Windows phone. HP gave up on their TouchPads after 2 months of sales.