Vid from 0:14 to 0:41 looks a bit like World of Goo...
No, they are actually te baddest of te bad. Responsible for Euro crisis, credit crisis, mortgage crisis et al. Too smart and too greedy. It's high time Goldman Sachs and former associates are made to PAY BACK what they STOLE!
I would deploy IBM Domino like in the days of Clinton, which Bush switched to Microsoft Exchange. Reliability went downhill with that decision.
Domino runs cheap and fast and reliable. And has always active clustering so you don't have to deal with downtime. IBM simply has a much longer track record of delivering reliable computing than Microsoft.
All hail the independent Android ROM developers, who avoid this PITA!
Thank you thank you thank you !!!!!!!!!!
For me, the Cronos ROM has extended the useful life of my Hero greatly!
If I try to sound out the words my reading speed drops dramatically. Full-speed, I'm watching the movie. Which tends to make watching a movie based upon a book I've read hairraising. Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings turned out OK, as did Bladerunner. If you've already seen the movie as the writer intended it, it's a hell of a job to reinterpret that.
Re: remembering: that's because you are trying to remember the word. Try remembering what you just saw/heard/felt/experienced with your minds eye, I think you will recall a lot more!
I would add a mandatory third clause:
3) DRM cannot be used unless a method is made available to remove it through a certified third party in case DRM fails, whatever the reason. (Failure to meet SLA, software company ceases to exist, etc)
It's way past noon here you timezone-ignoramus. I'm loving it!
I rather feel this falls squarely in the court "FUD".
What a waste of energy.
I think Oracle wants to rid the world of Solaris. That's the intent I get from this gesture. I was considering Solaris for some servers, but this nails the coffin firmly shut.
"Kevin Garrad of the 3rd Infantry Division is an iPod user for life — which incidentally got extended thanks to Apple's little music player. He was on patrol in Iraq when he met an armed insurgent carrying an AK-47. Both opened fire, and the bullet heading toward Kevin hit his chest right where his iPod was, which was enough to slow down the bullet to not pierce entirely through the body armor.""