They *still* haven't implemented compressed downloads. During the Alpha, that was understandable, but come on now.
Magog is an unofficial search engine for the gog.com catalog.
DRM-free is one of the fundamentals that people buy on G.O.G. for.
To play devil's advocate, so was the absence of regional pricing, and yeah, when they went back on that, there was a hell of a shitstorm.
It's almost like they even consider 11% too much... It's like they forgot why they forked to Firefox in the first place.
I'll miss "Password Maker" but I think it's really time for me to ditch it completely.
Does Chrome have anything like Firebug?
And those that are labeling a score of 39/100 "not bad at all" should have their head checked.
They did, but only 39/100 of them found anything out of whack.
Now if they didn't work on black people, you'd have a story, but nobody said the Watch would work over tattoos, and nobody asked either.
Actually, since you mention it, they were talking about just that issue not long ago (early last week, maybe?) before this "Tattoogate" bullshit started. Can't seem to find a link now, since it's all "tattoos" now and apparently you can't do "-keyword" in search engines anymore
Damn it. In-store only and they don't have a store within 600 miles.
Except they did deliver and the only reason for the price increase was that Craig refused to file suit against the circuit company for destroying all those boards.
Fair enough, but in the long run, you still ended up with a weak business plan (and unwillingness to engage in the unpleasant sides of business) resulting in underpowered hardware at an extremely uncompetitive price.
What's the slashdot equivalent of "shitpost?" You might have at least mentioned that it's going to have a new renderer and support for extensions, rather than just farting out a 3 sentence blurb about the name.
However, only Edge will use Microsoft’s new rendering engine of the same name.
Developers will be able to take their Chrome extensions or Firefox add-ons and, with “just a few changes,” bring them to Microsoft Edge. Belfiore demoed a Reddit extension originally built for Chrome, running on Microsoft Edge.
And yeah, the "Reddit extension" in question is RES (Reddit Enhancement Suite).
Given my experience with the Razer Onza (PC/XB360 controller), I'd be dubious. The build quality was godawful.
It wasn't powerful, so no competition with the real consoles. It wasn't open, so developers and freetards didn't want it. It was also way too expensive and had a stupid name.
It was like OpenPandora all over again.
Where have you seen it for $100? Might be worth it to pick one up, but it's coming up $160 on Amazon.
No ODF support, chinese app dev, less space than a nomad. Lame.
Going from fatty to not fatty requires precisely one thing: reducing the amount of calories in versus the amount of calories out.
Until someone develops a convenient cybernetic gauge that someone can plug into his neck and see how much energy is being used, I really wish people would stop spouting this canard like it's actually that simple.
The BMR calculation is just like the BMI calculation: it was developed as a function on aggregate data, and can be (very very very) inaccurate to apply to an individual person.
In my experience, they ALL have a strong, nasty aftertaste. Even sucralose ("Splenda", e.g.) which people still flog as "almost actual sugar" has a bitterness that I can identify after one sip. Most of the time, I can even catch it if it's been used in cooking - I don't know if I'm just sensitive to it or what, but it's bad enough that I opted to learn to take my coffee without sweetener rather than add that junk.