Seems to be involved https://www.facebook.com/atlas...
I hate typing on laptops. Unless I am working at a customer site, I plug my laptop into the network and use it as a file server, and do my actual work on a workstation. I use two 24" ViewSonic monitors running at 1920x1080, and a Filco Majestouch 2 keyboard. I have almost the exact same setup in my home office as I do at work; the difference is that at home I use a keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches that are super loud, while work I use the version with Cherry MX Brown switches that don't have the loud "click" so it won't bother my office mate. $150 may seem excessive for a keyboard, but I've had them for several years and they're the best productivity investment I ever made.
Ditto. Malda had all these cool little applets for E that I played around with, and then I noticed there was a link to this little forum I hadn't heard about...
She was in Texas though. She just needed a bigger buckle.
Leila: "Is it you? This is Leila. Are you using a SCRAMBLER?"
Parnell: "I can't hear you, I'm using a SCRAMBLER!"
They trendsourced it.
As MrEricSir once wrote: (http://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=1174265&cid=27321897)
-verb: to solve problems using popular buzzwords
("The water utility trendsourced the cyberhack by integrating crowdsourcing with Agile methodologies automated with a SOAP communication layer.")
Do I get a hat for having to go through this?
It would be like somebody selling Softlanding Linux System floppies.
I just checked out the video from HuskyStarcraft, and I guess I must be missing something. Aside from the DRM that forces you to be online to play, and the fact that they censor your character names, how is this an improvement over Diablo 2? It looks like exactly the same game, just at a higher resolution.
Way back in the WoW beta, I remember fantasizing about Blizzard making a Diablo III using some of WoW's technology. By which I meant the best of both worlds, a game that looks and plays like WoW but set in the darker Diablo universe with single player and LAN play. Instead, we get basically the worst of both worlds, a dated look and feel saddled with unnecessary online requirements. Next.
Morrowind and Oblivion both work fine with Virtual CloneDrive. That way you can play without a physical CD, and without requiring a no-CD patch (which break stuff like Morrowind FPS Optimizer and Oblivion Script Extender).
This is an obviously fake site. Do a whois on aptiquant.com and you'll see that it was registered two weeks ago by a Georgia Tech graduate student named Tarandeep Gill. Further, you'll find that the majority of the content on the site was copied verbatim from http://www.centraltest.com/, which is apparently a "real" psychometric evaluation firm. Even the "about us" page features the same profile pictures, but with some of the names and credentials changed.
But it sure was funny watching y'all pat yourselves on the back about how smart you are.
They won't send such a notice unless they're told to by a court (or the lawsuit vs. recall formula).