Dashlane looks exactly what I need, the cost is pretty small compared to its features, let me try the free trial a go or is 6 month the default trial period?
Any password programs that you recommend I can start using or look at?
Ideally something that will work on my android tablet but even then I worry about the security of my tablet itself.
A lot of us Canadians agree.
The choice to keep it is purely political and I think we're locked in (trapped) after spending billions already. The billions spent already could have gotten us super hornets now and they would be already in service if we bought them. Why couldn't our prime minister just accept defeat on this issue?
The Superhornet is a much better sensible choice, it's more practical, cheaper and doesn't require much "retraining" of the staff. Already familiar with the aircraft.
It also meets more the the requirements than the F-35 does.
I wish I could mod this up. Thanks for posting this.
This article is about forced-labour, please read the article before commenting everyone.
Interesting comment you have there, you see things from a completely different angle!
Can I ask you how do you expect Ubuntu to make money?
You think all of this is free and with no cost?
I see this as a good thing. More revenue for Canonical will mean better Ubuntu releases in the future.
Seriously, these MySQL founders have been whining ever since they sold out to Sun.
Please stop. If you're worried about MySQL why did you sell the rights in the first place?
All the old complaints about Qt are no longer valid. I find it ironic that Gnome is getting more and more Mono/.NET dependant when Gnome project was started for way less than that, because Qt wasn't GPLd. But now it is.
We have an advanced GPLd toolkit widely available and it can do more than just GUIs.
I would really love to see what the Gnome project can do with Qt along with their interface philosophy of simplicity.
KDE != Qt it's just one implementation of Qt.
Thank you for this!
This is great a BSD post on slashdot and no BSD is dying post.
So It's official BSD in NOT dying netcraft confirms it.
Really, I personally think OpenSolaris is coming along quite nicely since Ian Murdock is managing things but that's a different comment.
If they can make a toshiba laptop suspend and hybernate flawlessly that would be awesome. Maybe I'll even make the switch. Unix is Unix.