. . . should we blame the government? Or blame society? Or should we blame the images on TV? No, blame Canada! Blame Canada! With all their beady little eyes and flapping heads so full of lies. Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
I ALWAYS deal in absolutes.
It is on msdn.com. Can we consider this a partial and fair article? I'm asking, not accusing.
I'm sure AT&T is going after T-Mobile's spectrum and even their infrastructure to an extent. That does not explain why T-Mobile is selling though. I'm sure there are a lot of reasons. The iPhone may very well be one of them. Your comment does nothing to debunk that.
Next time someone says we are stupider than monkeys, I'll respond with an emphatic "No true. We exhibit the same economic irrationality an monkeys, thus putting us on the same level."
trojan != virus
Don't forget about Dr. Mario . . . What do you mean Dr. Mario isn't really a licensed gynecologist?
Doesn't iTunes have like 70% of the legally downloaded music market? How the hell could this be a negative for the Pre?
I agree. My Sirius radio is in my car and stays there. I use my iPhone when in the office, but it just doesn't cut it in the car.
Focus on techniques rather than specific languages. Make sure you develop a strong foundation and new languages will be easy to pick up later. For a student, the foundation is way more important than a particular language.
And who's going to reimburse me for the 7 AV programs I just ordered?
Don't those AV programs mostly scan for Windows viruses on the Mac so you don't pass around those viruses to Windows users?
ultracool writes, "While the only permanent solution for human-driven global warming is developing renewable energy, a temporary hack to counteract possible abrupt climate change is to build a giant sunshade in space. The sunshade would be launched in small pieces by electromagnetic launchers, conventional chemical rockets being far too expensive. The sunshade could be developed and deployed in 25 years, would last about 50 years, and would reduce the amount of sunlight reaching Earth by 2% — enough to balance heating due to a doubling of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere." From the article: "The [trillions of] spacecraft would form a long, cylindrical cloud with a diameter about half that of Earth, and about 10 times longer... Sunlight passing through the 60,000-mile length of the cloud, pointing lengthwise between the Earth and the sun [at L-1], would be diverted away from our planet... The sunshade could be deployed by a total 20 electromagnetic launchers [collectively] launching a stack of [a million] fliers every 5 minutes for 10 years."