Maybe. Will that end up costing more than 2 cents per mailer?
Not excusing this, but perhaps they've tried and haven't been able to redesign a mailer that doesn't somehow infringe on Netflix's mailer patent (and any others that likely exist):
And in this case, a Cowboy Neal option would have been particularly funny.
Now that I think of it... I should have said "Bring back Cowboy Neal in the polls" on that recent Slashdot survey I filled out.
If you go to a download page for a file, you will see that they have 2 options: download, or import into your Mega account.
I suspect that importing into you account will simply create a reference rather than duplicating the file.
... and doesn't always work.
Blank for me on my iPhone as well. And can't click anything but the ads when I try to load this in Chrome. Doesn't seem to be beta quality yet.
Slashdot is just trying to be more efficient by duplicating articles sooner.
As someone who manages a fairly large and growing database of user-created gaming content and visits Rapidshare, Megaupload, et al. regularly to grab recent releases, I can assure you that there are quite a few GBs of perfectly legitimate content on those file hosting sites.
There. Now you've heard about many people using it for legal means.
Personally, I think I was far more mentally mutilated from my semester of FORTRAN77 than from any form of BASIC.
... well, to some degree anyway.
It does this by essentially transforming the mouseover event to a intermediate click event. For example, if you have a link that has a popup menu displayed on
To me, the issue with Flash is all about playback experience. Adobe can't even get the player to be efficient and smooth under OS X on decent hardware, so having it on my iPhone sounds tortuous.
Dear Steve and Steve:
Seriously, this is beyond ridiculous:
* Anyone can receive e-mail that contains profanity and porn. Please remove MobileMail.app from everyone's iPhone.
* Anyone can access or stumble upon profanity, porn and more while web browsing. Please remove MobileSafari.app from everyone's iPhone.
* Anyone can download and purchase songs full of profanity and sexual references. Please remove the iTunes Music Store from everyone's iPhone.
Until you remove those three apps as well, it's obvious that you're full of iShit.
Shhhh! Don't tell anyone (especially the MPAA), but you can already "go to the movies" in Second Life -- there are a number of virtual movie theaters on the grid and they get their content from YouTube, private machines, or from a movie streaming service.
The popcorn is usually free but unfortunately, like in RealLife, you shouldn't expect the theater to be chatter-free when other people are there. Of course, you could just buy or create your own virtual television set and enjoy them in your own virtual home instead.
Though I doubt Linden Labs will be sponsoring any events around one of them any time soon, you may be able to get virtually employed by at least one of them if you were so inclined.
If it does, it'd be trivial to use "hidden" embedded PDFs in a web page as an attack vector. And if the plugin doesn't share preferences with the stand-alone reader, turning it off in the reader won't do much good.
Does anyone know?