It's okay. I only read the headline anyway.
I just got my invite the other day. I've chosen to ignore it.
As far as I'm concerned, Diaspora is DOA.
Thank you. I actually have to agree with you, INI files offer no consistent syntax, format or location. But I definitely found comfort in the fact that I could just open them with edit and go to town.
No, I hadn't. I'll look into it next time I get to play with Mac OS X.
Okay, I'm not getting it. How did MS-DOS lead to a registry? I thought that was a torment that came with Windows.
I actually think GoboLinux had it down pretty well. I think I liked the filesystem as package manager concept most.
Unfortunately it hasn't updated since the last time I tried it.
If they did that, it wouldn't be beta enough.
Really, I love gmail, but I'm definitely looking for good alternatives for a number of Google services.
Parents are also a handicap if they feel that their child put in the effort to make the grade, and that they deserve appropriate marks for the effort.
I'm of the opinion that schools need to maximize the number of C students, not A students. If you push the bell curve of scores toward the middle, then you are challenging the majority of the students, and not neglecting the people who should be at the high end of the curve. People need to stop thinking of them as an statements of worth, and start thinking of them as an evaluation of challenge. Winning all the time does not lead to success. Even video game designers know that.
(I would probably be somewhere in middle of that curve, honestly)
Up until now, I thought I was the only person who recognized that tarmac is not the new chlorophyll.
How would it kill 100's of thousands of jobs?
I like your suggestions.
A faster way to balance the budget and promote small government would be to prune back social security and national healthcare (including Medicare and Medicaid). Throw in a reduction in defense spending and you could easily redirect 30% of the budget toward paying off our debt.
Political suicide, true, but probably the right long term solution. We're screwed, as far as I can tell.
The only product listed that I have any experience with is the hockey puck mouse, and I'm glad I didn't own it.
Apparently, Apple realized their mistakes and moved on.
Simple. It's been more than two years
I'm not sick of it and am, in fact, still happy with it save for the fact that it's taken enough wear and tear to be replaceable. My previous phones did not make it to the two year mark without driving me up a wall.
Make sense? I thought so.
I actually look at it like I do many product cycles: the first version has problems, the second has fewer. If you look at the issues listed on Wikipedia between the 3G and 3GS, two were dealt with between revisions.
I imagine the 4S also has fewer problems than the 4, on top of improvements overall.
I joined the iPhone cult during the 3GS cycle, so upgrading to a 4S seems reasonable to me. I'm not looking for the shiniest or the newest or best. I'm looking for a phone that I won't be sick of in 2 years time.
Truly, you offer a compelling reason for converting away from Apple.
Thank you. I shall go turn in my mighty Apple device, and acquire a baked potato.