The window button movement has been justified as a mouse movement reducer - when the clickable elements of the menu bar are on the left and the window buttons are on the right, you have to move the mouse further to go from one to the other. Personally, I barely ever touch my mouse so it doesn't really concern me either way, but I can respect that decision as a genuine attempt to reduce the user's wasted interface time.
I assumed this was being done on a per-IP basis.
Incidentally, I would quite like to know how this AC went about implementing this.
It's only Adobe's own pdf viewers that are broken in that way. Bizarrely (or not), everybody else's pdf readers boot in seconds, if that, and are stable once up.
I've been trying my best to ignore that particular definition of "indie". It's difficult, so instead I use the word "independent" whenever possible.
I think you are implying that "indie" is a permanent status, that good production makes musicianship better and that talent is always popularised.
I honestly don't understand how a disability should entitle you to free media.
When there's some kind of internet-based back end to your app (be that for high scores or whatever), then pirated copies are a loss. Hell, I've heard of not reading TFA, but not even reading the summary? Jesus.
Would a little "(writes cookie)" next to the list be good enough?
I dunno, this is super vague, although as TFA points out, it is only a guideline, not yet a law. We shall see how this pans out.
Actually, I'd be more tempted to correct that as "It's the only reason MP3 compression is possible", not least because both of your statements imply (with varying degrees of subtlety) doing something to the MP3 rather than the source that became the MP3.
Ringtones are not public performances. Here, have an article from an obviously biased but generally honest source: http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2009/10/court-rules-phones-ringing-public-dont-infringe-co
Why didn't you just use MacPorts? It'd get all the deps for you.
The problem is that most US shows get shit, samey or self-parodying after a couple of seasons. Short runtimes lead to this not happening. What happens instead is teams generally stay together and make something new.
I watched Reservoir Dogs when I was 11. Does that count?
Dunno, but pretty sure jumping sharks is usually done with waterskis rather than planes.
Wait hang on. ISPs are demolishing houses to lay down cables now?