I don't see a problem with this system at public schools (where the college cops actually count as state employees I think), but I don't really agree with it if used at a private school.
The KDE bouncy icon upon program launch can be changed in the cursor settings, no need to switch to Gnome over that.
Dear god, Adobe Flash ran remotely in the cloud... terrifying!
So basically if you pirate Win 7 you have to turn off Windows update.
There is one specific update you have to not download from Windows Update to avoid having your install become non-genuine, and that is made trivial by using the "hide update" feature. You can otherwise update as normal.
Any sources for this? I don't see any mention of MTs to MWs in the various articles about the bankruptcy or any mention of the Russians as creditors.
Our laser technology is nowhere near being able to deliver that kind of power from geostationary orbit to ground level, having to penetrate nearly the entire atmosphere in the process.
I think you are correct... from Wikipedia:
Two types of pigment give hair its color: eumelanin and pheomelanin. Pheomelanin colors hair orange and yellow. All humans have some pheomelanin in their hair. Eumelanin, which has two subtypes of black or brown, determines the darkness of the hair color. A low concentration of brown eumelanin results in blond hair, whereas a higher concentration of brown eumelanin will color the hair brown. High amounts of black eumelanin result in black hair, while low concentrations give gray hair.
Pheomelanin is more chemically stable than black eumelanin, but less chemically stable than brown eumelanin, so it breaks down more slowly when oxidized. This is why bleach gives darker hair a reddish tinge during the artificial coloring process. As the pheomelanin continues to break down, the hair will gradually become orange, then yellow, and finally white.
I once dated a lady who would scoop up and carry out of the house any such critter and set them free in the corner of the yard. She said it was her Buddhist belief to not intentionally harm any living creature.
All of the most vital functions of the human body (breathing, digestion, the immune system) kill countless microorganisms in the course of their activities.
How is this information rectified with a commitment to non-violence? Just curious.
The F-104 Starfighter was probably the most famous lawn dart.
Does EA's CEO have any response to the fact that SimCity's "simulation" is so trivial that optimal play involves have 100% residential zones, no taxes, and no services of any kind?
A 5th grader with a pencil and a piece of paper could come up with a more realistic simulation that this.
It's rare to find a company that can truly create a market that doesn't exist.
Nike did this with athletic footware. They effectively said all previous vigorous human activity had be done un-ergonomically and then proposed their own solution.
Today's ROT13 gag generated lots of butthurt, especially from Anonymous Cowards. Even some of the copypasta ninjas steered clear of the stories for a whole day.
Maybe it wasn't funny, but it was satisfying. Kudos.
Anyone with real breaking news in the tech field already knows better than to announce it today.
The infamous Linux disabling PS3 update was released on April 1st... perhaps to get mileage out of the "nothing really happens today" attitude.