The solution to inadequate IT for the gun control effort is, to say no to the new gun elimination effort.
Or maybe just issue us all little yellow stars to wear, to aid in tracking us.
Our best prank was what we did to his computer. We wrote a small program that ran in the background and drew a dot in the center of the screen on top of whatever was running. This dot grew bigger over time; at first it was just one pixel wide, but after a week it was over twenty.
That's evil. Can I have a copy?
A site that allows anyone but U.S. citizens vote seems to indicate that the rest of the world hopes these numbers are accurate. "
So, if these folks like BHO so much, they're welcome to him.
but it displays "one hell of a laser show in an attempt to scare potential crooks into thinking that they have no chance of breaking in without triggering the alarm.
Hmm. I'm thinking something from Crimson Trace or one of its many competitors might be better for this.
I run a small indie game company,
You're a game company. That stuff is an amusement -- it doesn't matter.
Every hope is dashed.
In the end, Ish has done well to get his children a good start on a hunter-gatherer lifestyle. All remains of the old culture are lost.
S. M. Stirling's Draka novels. The evil of the titular Draka (alternate history South Africa with the branch point in the 1770s, turned relentlessly aggressive slave making fascist master race) is the stuff of nightmares. I could not read any of those straight through.
More low key, George R. Stewart's 1949 post apocalyptic Earth Abides. If you've never read it, do.
I know it's fooled at least one person.
substituting the group's anti-American rhetoric with information about civilians killed in terrorist strikes.
A redirect to whitehouse.com might be more effective.
Modern American churches have latched onto the latest in communication technology for many decades. Think, "Amy Semple McPherson".
Often this is done without a lot of reflection on effect and appropriateness.
I'd recommend the work of T. David Gordon, on media ecology. His lectures here (Reformed Worship in the Electronic Age) on the subject are quite good, though I think he gets some aspects of chirographic culture wrong.
(And if I never see another Powerpoint presentation in a service of worship again, I'll be most happy.)
announced that it's going to take on climate change denial as well."
"Burn the heretics."
No we know why Unity looks the way it does.
Absolutely. Big mushy buttons, lots of clicks (or finger mashing) to get to anything not on the launch bar.
From what I've seen, ditto for Gnome 3. My first thought on getting that up was "this is made for a tablet".
I actually do work with my Linux box. I'm disinclined migrate to someone else's idea of how I ought to work with my computer, every six months.