Ide March very far to get Caesar.
Which would be semi-reasonable, since the only 'useful' part of the hypothetical video would be the Office episode playing.
How is NINTENDO stealing anything?
This would be like claiming I could videotape me watching last night's "The Office" finale, upload it, and claim that Reveille Productions can't sue me for copyright infringement.
Do I think this isn't the greatest thing in the world for Nintendo to do? Yeah, but it really does seem analogous to uploading a TV show or movie. (Which obviously happens, but doesn't mean it's not illegal.)
Who said anything about talking fast?
Plus, two counter-examples: The West Wing (or pretty much anything by Aaron Sorkin) and Moonlighting. Both had very fast talking, and both had intelligent, witty dialogue.
I think I sort of agree with you (though some of their beliefs seem to be intertwined with their religious beliefs -- that it's not a relationship with other people, but with god).. But still, are they even allowed to ride bicycles? A car or a tractor would help them do their daily chores better, etc.
(BTW, while it was widely panned, I thought "Breaking Amish" was entertaining.)
It deals with UTF and other stuff you get in email nowadays... (I forget when this was added, but the A toggle to toggle between viewing the plain & rich/html parts of the message is handy too.. since I prefer to view the plain text, but sometimes have to view the rich/html part.)
Time to take your medicine, grandpa.
Seriously, Google has always been a favorite because of its good design. Saying it suffered from a lack of designers is more evidence that designers suck than that Google had a problem.
You seem to be misunderstanding the article you quoted. It wasn't a lack of *designers*, it was a lack of _consistent_ design.
I buy games new, but wait until they're $20 or under.
...and that certainly is using a euphemism to make it sound less bad than it is.
I agree that I may have made a too general of a statement. Apple II did have expansion slots and there were plenty of third-party accessories for that platform. Coincidently, Apple DOS made use of a licensed version of Microsoft BASIC and most of the functionality was provided by it.
AppleSoft BASIC is MS. Integer isn't.
What do you mean "most of the functionality was provided by it"? DOS obviously refers to the *disk* interaction, and BASIC has none of that.
There may be other parts I don't know about.. (Like it was only recently that I saw the news articles about Apple DOS being originally written under contract!)
You may have to tighten the tinfoil hat to find the "evidence", though.
Nerves, under the feet?! Hair that gets so oily you must wash it regularly?
What is wrong with nerves under the feet?
Also, you *must* wash your hair? Yes, of course I wash it too, but most likely wetting it would do most of the same work. We're just being brain (and head) washed by the shampoo companies.
Unlike personal computers prior to its introduction, PC clones encouraged third-party hardware manufacturers
Uhh, what? Apple IIs have slots in them, with IIRC, the manuals that come with them giving the pinouts of the slots and how to build new cards for them.
(....and the same comment probably applies to all of the other pre-IBM PC 8 bit computers).
Email was great, there are many different email services, and they all interoperate...
Yeah, tell that to AOL, Delphi, CompuServe, etc. Don't you remember when they had Internet *gateways* to interchange their proprietary with the Internet (mail standard)? It wasn't there instantly, and certainly wasn't pretty.
The telephone is great too, there are many different telcos and they all interoperate.
There initially were different phone companies, with multiple lines running down the streets.