One thing that immediately jumped out is the archaic (i.e. 1980's) method of drawing a straight line. In Gimp, this is super-easy...the last place you were drawing is where the origin of a straight line is. In Krita, it looks like you're stuck having to do it the old-fashioned way of dragging the line from one point to another
I'm guessing this is what you're looking for? http://userbase.kde.org/Krita/...
Want to read your personal email, chat, facebook? Use a phone or tablet.
Obviously they should just cancel their account and sign up again as a new customer.
The left is just as full of religious whackos as the right is.
Ding ding ding! I've been snickering quietly to myself about the recent spate of right-wing editorial authors discussing how liberals are trying to eliminate "intellectual diversity". Amazingly, these authors have discovered fundamentalist liberals, and the fundamentalist liberals discovered "purity tests" and "with us or against us" and somehow the right-wing editorialists just don't see the connection, probably because they were blinded to it when it was their side doing it.
As for the rest of us non-fundamentalists, I don't buy into the homeopathy mumbo-jumbo either.
With windows, no problem
You must be using a different windows than I am. I can't move windows off the top of the screen to get to the bottom of them (they snap back), and dialog boxes are not resizable.
Obviously the guy was resisting arrest. Arrest for what? Resisting it, of course.
Can't imagine anyone would ever think building on a toxic radioactive dump would be a good idea
focused too much on graphical UI builders that produced brittle, often subtly buggy UIs
That's funny, back in the day UI libraries were brittle, often subtly buggy. See also: every dialog box form ever, when you try to use it on a Netbook with a 600 pixel high screen and the UI fails to implement some form of scrolling.
How does moving 15Mbps of data across the internet fit in the open nature of the internet?
That's how it fits in the open internet.
Only in the Comcast(tm)-brand Comcastic(tm) Processed Internet Spread does it matter what's in those 15Mbps.
Why should Netflix free-ride
Since you think netflix is getting a free ride, you should have no problem agreeing to pay their bandwidth bill for them, after all it's free! Or are you knowingly lying?
Oh well, the argument is moot. Once AT&T, TWC, and all the other ISPs smell the blood in the water and come for their pound of flesh, Netflix will be done. As a bonus, facebook will probably be next. Followed by Amazon, Google, and everything else that was useful on the internet. Eventually they'll get down to slashdot and each ISP will demand a few million dollars to stop "free riding" on their ISP and we'll be forever free of the scourge of beta.
I'm quoting the Director of the NSA nearly word for word how the system operates, and how the data is used. If he's lying, then he's on public record and there are Intelligence committees in the US Senate and House which will call him to task for lying to either the public (the news piece I'm quoting from) or them (the House or Senate).
You're talking about James Clapper, right? Here's his words:
To me, collection of U.S. persons’ data would mean taking the book off the shelf and opening it up and reading it And this has to do with of course somewhat of a semantic, perhaps some would say too – too cute by half [definition]. But it is – there are honest differences on the semantics of what, when someone says ‘collection’ to me, that has a specific meaning, which may have a different meaning to [Sen. Wyden].
So you're right, he's not lying, because he gets to make up the meanings of the words he uses, so when he says under oath that the NSA does not "wittingly" collect Americans' data (despite collecting - English as she is spoke - data in the US), he's not lying because all they're doing it is putting it in a book and putting it on the shelf and just not opening the book and reading it, therefore in Bizzaro Clapperverse it is not collected. This despite the fact that the NSA has acknowledged that its powers have been used to spy on lovers. "Accidentally" of course.
How difficult would it be for any moderately skilled hacker to compromise those machines to side load along with the updates?
So the idea that the dealer is somehow safer, is purely insane.
The only real use we have had for them is taking videos and pictures of our kids. Don't get me wrong, they are FANTASTIC for that.
But both of us really can't find the use for them, other than a cool method of capturing video. Not $1500 worthy, wait for the commercial version.
Trust an advertising company to give you unfiltered internet access?
Untracked and without extra targeted ads? No.