Right, all you need is for something to exist in the first place, which can then be organized into other things... So, where does the photon come from?
What do you mean? The team that developed Torchlight and which is about to release Torchlight 2 consists of several of the lead designers and artists for Diablo and Diablo2. The Torchlight series is marked by its quality, its innovations (such as adding pets who can run back to town to sell stuff for you), and its $20 price tag, which I find very telling. So I ask, where is the joke?
Um, point of information: Why not use firefox's app tab feature to set those 4 pages to open automatically? Or set them as a group home page, to roughly the same effect? If the reason is that you just don't want to use firefox, that's fine, just please be more open about it.
Sorry, already happened in King's Quest 8. Out of curiosity, did anybody actually play that one? I actually owned the King's Quest Collection, but it only went to KQ7...
True that! I'm all about his detailed explanations and pithy comments on good eats, and my wife just loves the frantic cooking on iron chef.
I guess you don't consider blackberries to be modern phones, because my old storm2 definitely couldn't handle more than 160 chars per message! - - - That's ok, I don't consider it modern, either...
While I would applaud your effort in supplying that quotation, I would also say that seeing and acknowledging that there is a problem are important first steps to then seeking remedy, just as it is helpful to be able see a crime being committed if you wish to then apprehend the criminal.
Maybe it's in idle because the editor never leaves his house, so he felt that it doesn't apply to him?
While what you say is true, there is still value in being reminded that such evils still exist in the world, rather than becoming bored and sweeping them under the rug.
Oo, oo, I know this one! It turns out that the commission also completely neglected to make mention of bananas, right?
I guess that means you don't use firefox, then?
Here that, Mr. Munroe? No pressure...
I don't think that anyone is going to argue about Vista's steep increase in hardware requirements. However, it has been my experience that Windows 7 does not share those requirements. I have been running it on several XP-era laptops with little or no trouble at all. Granted, I acknowledge that this was only 1 part of your intended argument.
The key there is the couple of years ago. Before about NB 6.1, I think it was(i.e. around 2007), NB was actually pretty slow and buggy. As the NB 6.x cycle has progressed, however, they have made drastic improvements to the whole platform, including adding a pretty darn functional UI editor. Given that, it may just be worth giving it another try. YMMV, of course.
I think there have been previous articles on this, but as I recall, it basically just adds a "pretty please don't track me" line to page requests sent by the browser. Individual websites can then decide to actually pay attention to the line if they want. Also, as it is an advanced feature in Firefox that is disabled by default, you could argue that newbies probably wouldn't even know to turn it on. Granted, that's sort of a security through obscurity argument, so ymmv.