For me, it's mostky the attitudes of the asshats in charge.
Then I don't want it.
I'll just wait for 6G. Or maybe 7G.
I really don't need to talk any faster.
"Chicken chest! Chicken chest!" -- Archie Bunker
It's a very inefficiant toolbax, spacewise. Plus, If I'm using foam cutouts, I already know my tool is missing.
I ran it in a virtual Win7 machine and it displayed a splash screen and just sat there like that for hours until I killed it.
How is this any better than, say, ComboFix,exe? http://www.bleepingcomputer.co...
I guess the spyware it detects only runs on Windows platforms. Would be nice, though, to be able to do an offline scan of a windows system from a bootable usb, or linux cd.
My thoughts exactly.
The win32 binary will not run with WINE. I get a segfault.
Douchebaggery in action.
Given the description of how the artists' personality is reflected in that performance, this request comes as no surprise.
Dejan Lazic meet Barbara Streisand. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...
"We proposed that conservatives, compared to liberals, have greater negativity bias, which includes both disgusting and threatening conditions in our study."
So, the more disgusted you react to disgusting photos indicates greater political conservatism.
You don't increase time on the yellow.... you let the yellow turn red on the same timer, but you leave both directions red for 2 seconds just to ensure the intersection is clear before showing a green light. That's how you make it safer.
But this doesn't stop rolling-rights-on-red which are the bread and butter of these revenue machines.
And I have yet to see any data that r-r-o-r are dangerous.
Ideally, if you are inside the solid lines when the light turns yellow you should be able to proceed through the intersection at the speed limit before the light goes red..
This has not been true for some many years, but is often thought to be the rule, like "You will die from the powder residue from a broken flourescent light bulb".
Legally, yes. I not only stopped for the red, I stopped at the stop line which is much further back than where most motorists stop. The annoying part is that if I drove as badly as everyone else, nothing would have happened.
Now whenever I stop, I end up questioning whether I'm doing the right thing.
Clearly the only solution is to take the bus.
Now I see their clever plan . . .
Also, can we stop pretending these are about anything other than revenue generation?
This. Just the mere fact that they actually budgeted against the ticket revenue tells you everything you need to know.
And that they have access to the revenue data but have no idea if the roads are safer.
the ZUNE Phone.