It's been a while since I studied that era, but as I remember, the last time Germany invaded Poland, the international community tolerated it rather well. I don't think anyone really got their panties in a twist until they ran through France.
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I don't understand why he can't set the record straight. It just seems awfully suspicious that he can't offer any evidence counter to those heinous accusations made against him. It almost makes me think he is hiding something.
But they get so lonely out there...
os/2 warp 4 was beastly.
You can either change them manually through gconf-editor or use one of the non-new themes.
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My dad was one of them.
I almost spit chili all over my computer when I read that....
Exactly. They may not be the internet messiah that some people like to think that they are, but they are better than any huge corporation that I can think of. Also, I don't think that MS was ever not an evil company, I thought they started out ripping people right from the get-go with DOS. I could be wrong though.
Either way, show me a company of Google's stature (or even close to it) that does better than they do as far as the whole "do no evil thing." With the enormous temptation it must sometimes be to manipulate markets unethically for Google's own benefit, I think they do a damn good job.
Now that would be brilliant, an html5 plugin for ie8. Open source and made by google. WTB.
That movie was so awesome.
I bet our youth would feel a hell of a lot less entitled to everything if we instituted the battle royale system here...
It needs that extra battery life, considering it's also the slowest browser.
I don't mine the intentions of DRM. I'm all for game developers getting payed for what they make. The reality, though, is that the drm gets cracked and the game gets pirated anyway. So the end result is that the game costs more to make in order to put the DRM in, the user experience is often worse from having to deal with said DRM, and the pirates still do what they do. So nobody wins.
At some point (and it may have arguably already happened with some games) the consumer will be able to a get better game by NOT paying for it, simply because they will be able to find a cracked version that doesn't treat them like a criminal. (ie phoning home regularly for security, getting pissy about being reinstalled, etc.)