Not to mention that a VM won't have crapware installed.
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(fwiw, I've used Lightworks quite a bit. It's very similar to old school Final Cut Pro & Express circa ver4/5 (before they started iMovie-fying it))
Lightworks is a fantastic NLE.
It's almost as if the OP isn't really aware of how powerful the tools are on Linux. Or maybe isn't that much a power user..
And it's for Linux.
Love my Cube!
This. The decryption keys are tied between console and drive at the factory (started w/ the 360 iirc, there's a lengthy process involving firmware dump you have to go through if you want to swap out a failing 360 dvd drive and have it still read game discs).
Not sure which but one of the console manufacturers used to spin their discs backwards.
The music is from (fairly sure) the movie Sunshine.
First 2015 post?
This is the same country that inspired 1984 and V For Vendetta, so it seems there's a long running propensity for criminal overreach.
No, AC is right. The degrees of US/ISIS ideologies 'wrongness' doesn't really matter, it's the fact that they are both rationalizing the acceptance of wrong. One will just have a much shorter time plummeting than the other.
Science can't hold a candle to someone who can't, or won't, appreciate critical thinking. Faith and religion beheads it.
You post AC for a reason, right?
Canasta is where it's at.
About a week ago i also upgraded the CPU in my laptop (Pentium something to core i5). Hooray computers!
My bitfenix phenom case just arrived an hour ago from new egg/lasership.
4790k on a gigabyte z97 matx, 16GB, gtx590 and 1.5TB ssd