Unfortunately, we already have that law in Oregon.
>> 'cool' power users should like usability and ease of use
I do. Thats why I avoid Unity.
Unity gets in the way. It takes way to many actions to find and launch something compared to gnome 2.
I completely agree. If I wanted an Apple interface, I wouldn't have been using Ubuntu.
And they obviously have done 0 regression testing with multi-monitor setups. Your have an app in monitor #3 and the menu for it is in monitor #1? They have no clue what usability means.
As new releases come out, I do whatever hack is necessary to disable Unity. Once I can no longer do that, Ubuntu is gone.
I used a Netgear Dual-WAN for years. It allows you to specify (via the web-interface) which traffic goes over which network.
I agree. One thing that people wouldn't normally think of is that she really shouldn't censor herself in it. A filtered and washed down version is not going to be as valuable to your kids as being able to see into what someone really thought.
The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that, you've got it made. -- Jean Giraudoux