No, she's American.
USPS shipping really ought to be included as an option on any US ecommerce site for this reason.
But should you happen to prefer that end, you could annouce it proudly in a comment, get modded +5 Informative and then make it a Slashdot signature memorable enough that it is brought up in otherwise unreleated comment threads like this one.
Because the concept of "choice" is anathema to UI designers circa 2015.
USPS has given all sorts of indication it cannot get along with UPS/FedEx.
UPS and FexEx drop off truckloads of packages at local post offices for final delivery by USPS every single day. The terms used for this service are SurePost and SmartPost, respectively.
For example I do not know any consumer SSD which has power loss capacitors (Intel 320 is not produced anymore).
The Intel 730 series have these capacitors.
Return it and get a different drive.
disabling swap (a dying craft i am afraid...)
If only Linux installers would get with the times and default to no swap partition when at least 4GB of RAM is present.
Then we could put that nasty "swap" business behind us entirely.
That's correct usage in British English, AC. Welcome to the Internet.
My Toyota doesnt run with a Subaru engine or MCU.
Bad choice of car analogy.
Also isn't your comment about a year too late to be relevant?
Indeed. Even Walmart is offering greater than 1080p choices now, for both monitors and TVs.
1920x1200 is no longer something to brag about... adjust accordingly lest you start to sound like an old person.
Playing a video with breasts in motion is actually one of the best ways to check for screen tearing issues...
Agreed... the best Linux desktop experience is at Xfce.
As long as you have no need for tear-free video playback, anyway.
Don't get me wrong, I've got XFCE on one my own machines. But still having this sort of show-stopper issue in 2015, on open source Intel graphics no less, is embarrassing to Linux.
Where is BeOS now?
Check this out:
Progress is very slow, but it's still going. Don't bother with the Alpha 4 download, try one of the nightly snapshots instead.
Jupiter emits more heat into space than it receives from the Sun.
(I agree with you, just playing devil's advocate).