Enjoying Bodhi Linux; e17 is very nice. Glad to hear about GNOME 3.8 and "classic mode", but I have no great urge to try it out. Perhaps someday.
No, it's not. e17, despite its long stay in "alpha" stage, has been quite usable for years. The clusterflop that is GNOME 3 finally pushed me from experimenting with e17 to moving to Bodhi Linux and using e17 pretty much full time.
Muerte is the noun, death. You want the second person singular affirmative imperative of morir, which I think would be muere.
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Actually that's not true (about what Ubuntu recommends). From https://help.ubuntu.com/community/32bit_and_64bit: "Unless you have specific reasons to choose 32-bit, we recommend 64-bit to utilise the full capacity of your hardware."
In C, it's pretty simple, though of course if you want a discriminated union you'll probably end up stuffing it into a struct along with a field that tells you how to interpret the union.
Darn! I forgot to add ["Don't Worry, Be Happy" starts to play] to the last one.
...pay per read?
I can't let you order that pizza. You're overweight.
Do you really want directions to Hooters, Dave? What would your wife think?
"Spanish Sky" is a sad song, and you just cancelled a reservation for two. I will play you something happy.
A nanny state is bad enough. I don't want a nanny phone.
I think that we will end up with individual reporters posting to the web, supported by subscription. If you have access to a copy of Marc Stiegler's Earthweb, read it, paying particular attention to the part where the reporter interviews "The Predictor".
From TFE (email): "Within the constraints I have, what should I and perhaps other NVIDIA employees be contributing to in the kernel?"
I suspect those constraints essentially preclude what would really be useful, so what's the point?
Pauline Kael? Is that you?
With reason--as someone once said, "when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object..."
For heaven's sake, PLEASE adopt the WebOS UI. It is easy to use and intuitive. Let the Android UI die the death it overwhelmingly deserves.
I recently went to the local Sprint store to ask whether the batteries on my wife's and my HTC Evo 4G need replacement. In passing asked the tech what things I could do to extend battery life, in particular how I could avoid leaving apps running. Here's what I was told: "If you leave an app by hitting the 'home' button, it will keep running. If you leave it with the back arrow button, it will shut down." I've been training myself to do that, and what a proctalgia it is, especially with the web browser and apps that invoke it! (Do I really have to back all the way out of the sequence of pages I've viewed, potentially reloading graphics or Flash animations?) With WebOS, it's easy--if an app has a window, it has a process. Flick the window up and off the screen, and you're telling it to shut down.
7 + 2 = 9