I think Frozen said it best... "Let it go, let it go..."
It's because the authenticity checks are essentially crowdsourced. It takes no time for the counterfeits to be identified and segregated.
I hope Keurig competitors are taking notice. Having to hack your way around their lame DRM in order to enjoy the coffee that you want is stupid. This is such an anti-consumer move on Keurig's part.
Pen and Teller on Vaccinations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
You'll want to check to make sure you are actually getting a 128GB card. I've gotten a couple of fake flash drives and cards over the years which report the proper capacity and will even format, but when you try to write actual data to the device you end up with corrupt files. If the price is too good to be true, it generally is, so I don't buy cards or sticks from vendors that I can't return anymore. Use H2TESTW to test the speed and capacity of your flash card/device: http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/S...
Okay who farted?
This is why I put my OS on a separate drive and take an image of that drive when I have everything set up the way I want it set up. This allows me to freshly start from that point at a future date without having to re-install everything from scratch.
Seems like they at least need basic math to be a motivator, no?
Sweet! A new market for the 56K modems that I've got sitting the the garage!
So that leave like what, 5 apps in that app store now? Seems like that's a bit of a disservice to the developers who put their time and money into developing the apps. Why not put in a voting mechanism so that the apps are still there, but less popular instead of arbitrarily deleting them?
Maybe something like this: http://imgur.com/KVbrtIa
Hopefully it also works on stinkbugs infesting congress...
The current "UI" has had over 100 years to mature, develop, vet and optimize, so why do we necessarily need a new one?
Didn't they yank all the workers out of the business park a while back? I thought SK business were abandoning their ventures there?
Actually more than 30+ years ago (see the 'G' control button): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...