That *is* pretty funny. That and it hasn't yet been corrected.
I use it today on our Solaris (BEFORE Oracle) workstations. It has features hard to get on other desktops.
One feature it has that has inexplicably fallen out of favor is having the window focus on a window (think editor) that is not on top.
Wrong. That demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding of how evolution works.
Change a bit.
Does it run better?
If so then make many copies.
Loop back to beginning.
It's a little more complicated but that is why evolution works. It is not an accident. It is a test bed."
Cinavia’s anti-piracy technology relies on a unique type of watermarking that allows it to remain present in pirated movies despite re-recording, transcoding, compression, or other type of transfer."
Link to Original Source
My Mozilla variant, Timberwolf, really howls over that expiration. It took a fair amount of reading and 6 clicks to get the browser surrender and let me look at
Didn't any staff see that coming?
Gnumeric + fill out PDF's via Adobe + print + sign + mail
For many years now I have done our taxes with Gnumeric on my Amiga computer (which have evolved). We do a couple of the worksheets + the forms we are required to file. It gets easier to do every year. It *is* a pain when they insert new rows in the forms!
Once that is done, we use my wife's macAir with Adobe to fill out the IRS PDF files and print those. We sign the 1040 and mail it in.
I tried the online free Tax programs, but they were too much of a straight jacket.
Strictly as an aside, I understand a little better how what is going on with their calculations.
Any retail store and anybody you work for ALWAYS have quirks. We are going to have to live with that. There are gotcha problems every which way you go (even where you step).
Ask any avid brick & mortar shopper. You want something? You'll have to learn who offers what.
As long as all customers/employees are treated the same when they come through the door you should be happy.
You don't like what they offer? Don't go there. Don't seek employment there. Move to a different place... look there.
Does it have to be all or nothing?
Our software supports the hardware so we don't feel any palpable, fierce competition since we always lag the hardware improvements and those get top billing. Our users are interested in knowing the changes that are meaningful to them.
Since I use our change logs to significantly build our "brochure" touting reasons to upgrade, maybe you all can pare down change logs to the "best of the 1000" to say "20"... a list most can bother to go through.
How many of us don't own one at all?
Please consider that there is not just "no progress" and "Katy bar the door". If someone suggests "Go slow" read "Go slower". How *much* slower? How *much* faster?
Given our lack of foresight for "the long term", whatever that is, I worry about anyone's use of "Proper perspective" and other black and white terms to such a broad topic.
Thank you for that specific link. I had not read it before.
It took me about 10 years to arrive at a multiplication factor of 2.4 for how much time it would take me to accomplish a task I was even willing to estimate. The hard thing was to truly, honestly, trying hard to give *my* estimate, one I really thought I could accomplish.
I am upfront with the person wanting the estimate. I tell them my estimate and remind them of the 2.4 factor they need to apply. (That irks them.)
They really wince when I say 400 hours and they have to write down 960. I also have to remind them EVERYTIME that the absolute maximum calendar time that will be devoted is 80%; MAXIMUM... you never get maximum unless the time*2.4 is less than 16 hours. Jeez. And people keep thinking that computer programmers are too optimistic.
Its incredibly cheap.