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If you're really planning on doing conduit (as opposed to just cable trays or whatever they are called), then make sure there aren't any weird turns in it.
That will screw up an installer's day right there....
Unless I felt the need to rub my (relatively) low number into someone's face....
I guess I came here in 97 or 98. But I don't know. I don't even know how much I care.
That's an incredibly accurate way to describe the nonsensical way he ran that brand into the ground.
Makes you wonder how they'll handle the scene in the reboot.
If you were buying albums with 1 good song for every 5 bad ones, then yes, the local store's stoner's taste is probably better than yours.
Even though my Mac wouldn't play anything from the last bundle.
But you know why....so why should they tell you?
It would if hacking were physics.
It appears Google's Jedi mind tricks won't work on the US government.
That I've rebooted my cerebellum
Gonna get my PhD....
Recovered from lobotomy!
Thanks for the replies - and, no, the Sony server hacks hadn't slipped my mind. They just don't apply to me. I'm not opposed to fun, I'm just not seeing how I could justify spending gobs of money on it (however, I suppose in a few more years my boys will be gaming and I'll have a reason) and so I don't really follow the scene.
It had totally slipped my mind that online games charge monthly fees (I'm slow this morning).
Oh, sorry, let me add this: I'm not trolling, I really don't know - so if anyone can point me to something (outside of really obvious "your server got hacked and now all of Slouchistan is using my credit cards")
Outside of the game causing your console to overheat and burn down your house, why would anyone sue a game manufacturer? Outside of the Atari 7800 Impossible Mission fiasco, I've never even been all that upset with a game.
Am I missing something? I probably am, since I also miss why adults sink so much money into games. Don't you people have children? Don't you drink?
When you write a headline and you're trying to be "hip" by using "buzzwords", please try to put them in the order in which they are actually relevant to what's going on.
I had to read this one twice to figure out it wasn't about "crowdsourcing", or "evolution", but rather about the fact that "3-D Printable Objects are Evolving faster thanks to Crowdsourcing".