Same story, with the addendum that my obvious lack of interest hasn't stopped them from spamming me every 3-6 months to try to sign up again.
It's urban black culture that disparages intellect.
It's hardly limited to that.
* The 20% of the country's land area called "the bible belt", especially the more rural chunks of it fit neatly into that box.
* Enough of the boob-tube watching population that it's a trope second only to "oafish husband-father/long-suffering wife-mother."
* All of Washington DC.
Had a Nexus 5 for about a week. Couldn't stand it. I'll keep an eye out for the OnePlus One, and keep my old Evo 4G alive until then. Thanks
GoG customer, are you?
Oddly, it's not just from hibernation. After four years, I'm still having that same bug myself, and my desktop doesn't hibernate. I have to bounce the network interface to fix it.
I always assumed it had something to do with constantly having a VirtualBox VM running.
All of which may be true (or not, anecdotes suck that way), and still don't change the fact that they're not programming languages.
As far as I'm concerned, Privacy Badger is a non-starter for the same reason Adblock Plus is: Once you open the door to the idea that there are "legitimate" ad providers, you've blown your credibility.
Did you know that you can buy high end phones with Cyanogen as the default OS?
I didn't. Which phones? I've never been able to get a decent experience from cyanogen on a phone (My Nook color and tablet are a different matter) because the lack of the little "optimizations" individual to the phone models usually ends up breaking something like voicemail, battery life, or actually detecting a cell signal.
If someone's putting out an actual CM out of the box, I might want to have a look at it.
These are showing up more often lately. Does slashdot even use any Bayesian content filtering?
The downside to it, though, is that it doesn't extend to guests access your network.
It's a pretty simple perl script to translate the MVP list into a bind zone file, though. I do it once per week in a cron job on the local DNS. At least then, my sister-in-law whipping out her iPad after dinner doesn't give these scumbags a foothold in.
Duh, it's a Gruntmaster 6000.
The "point" of this one (and I'm being magnanimous there) is the anecdotal, emotive propaganda of a professional victim. A prime candidate for being "derailed."
Dear god, that was beautiful.
From the release notes: "audio/video
Does the bloat in the browser go away the moment I install Sumatra?
I've been using it on windows since about 22 or 24 I think, and I didn't even know there WAS a Linux version of Palemoon! Thanks!