Dear Lord, why?
Dear Lord, why?
Problem with that is the shows themselves are built to x amount of minutes. Seems to me they really can't cut them unless the shows themselves are produced a bit longer. Last I heard, the average sitcom was actually 22 minutes in length.
What does the picture have to do with the info? It's the camera that encodes it.
Still gonna have a Canadian IP.
If you have a US prime account you can stream anywhere. Uh... unless you leave the country. Can't stream in Canada with a US account.
Very true. Problem is, it's addictive. (Go ahead. Try to stop using it) Not to mention it tastes good. If it's not added, most foods would just sit on the shelf and rot. Kind of a catch-22 for the producers and the customers.
I installed 10 on a laptop. When setting up it gives an option to opt out of auto update. But... auto updates anyway. What scares me is that I learned long ago not to install most optional updates. Video drivers usually don't work. Lan drivers usually don't work. For the lan, you have to dig out the mobo software and reinstall it. Then get on line to get video drivers. Not fun.
As far as the 8 metro screen. How is it, after all this time, no one seems to know how or even that you can shut it off. I didn't like it. I disabled it. The only thing 8 screwed up, IMO, is the start menu. Which classic start fixed. Of course, 10... removed it. So here we go again.
Back in the day his name was pronounced "J-oh-bzzz". But that's neither here nor there. Was he a techie? Not really But what he should be credited with is his marketing prowess. He was a marketing genius. Very few could even come close to his brilliance in that respect.
You can't be serious. Reality took over and it will never go away. Why? Probably costs 100k to put on one episode of a reality show. And it cost 100k+ to pay ONE actor in a real series. Kind of a no brainer for the creators.
I thot they already had that. Aren't they known for going and going and going...
Yabutt George Orwell would be proud.
Thing is, why is there "car" tech in the first place? What's wrong with running a steel cable to control the gas pedal? Computer controlled brakes? Sure. That way no one has to learn how to stop their car anymore. But, in time, some hacker will stand on a bridge, hit a button and all cars will "go fast, turn left". When there is no left.
Hate to say it but seems like 80% of what he proposes actually makes sense. As opposed to the 20% of what the other candidates say.
Still no cigar. And to make matters worse, if you had classic start menu installed... it removes it.
You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements. -- Norman Douglas