Same as me. For dress socks, Bamboo is the way to go. Dry and not cold, unlike every other type of dress sock.
This was far more informative than the summary was.
Huh? 78,000 people paid an application fee of at least $5. I would say that is a bit beyond "liking".
Further more, I can hold my Kindle, tablet, phone, etc, in my hands or lap....as long as it's powered off. I can also wear ear plugs at any point. So none of this has to do with "stuff flying around the cabin" or "being able to hear". It has to do with "oh no, the plane will blow up if you don't turn off your phone!"
Having owned multiple Thinkpads, starting with the 600e, the new T431 is very disheartening. I have a W520 and I am hoping they leave the W line alone.
I absolutely LOVE the grouped F-keys, beveled keys, dual "mouse buttons" and dual pointer control. I just hope they don't cheap out and turn the chassis into a piece of fragile plastic.
Seeing how Google is taking their sweet time to fix Latitude for Blackberry users, is it the next product to be axed?
And Google isn't addressing the for ALL Blackberry users.
The issue is being reported globally and seems to affect version 4.x of Google Maps. Some users have found a workaround by installing version 3.x, but the overall unrest in the discussion thread is growing."
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Agreed. I purchased a HP printer about a year ago and downloaded just the driver for windows. Works great.
To get it working on my MBP I had to go through a bunch of hoops and select a funky model printer to get it to work. It works great, until OSX does its periodic check. About once every 3 weeks OSX will prompt me to download and install the 400MB "driver"....and there is no way to permanently dismiss this annoying update which I do not want to receive (unlike Windows updates where you can dismiss forever).
I agree with you mostly, but the Lenovo W and T series is pretty solid. It may not be as solid as the T600 and T4x line, their T4xx and W5xx line is really good and blows away anything HP or Dell has to offer.
My mortgage company has a similar jacked up login process.
Like a lot of places, they have you answer some pretty mind numbing security questions after typing in your user name and password. If you don't remember the security answer you can hit the "I forgot" button. What then happens is shocking - it takes you to a screen to reset the answers. Why in the world do you ask security questions after a user/pass auth if the same info lets you reset them?!!?
And the real kicker. When you want to make a PAYMENT they ask you the last four of your SSN. Who on earth asks for info like that when handing them money???? I could understand withdrawing money....but depositing money?? O_o
This is not true. I declined using my real name then I posted a reply.
This is even better, 45 minutes of goodness.
Were there any contingencies if the nuts didn't blow and the rocket wasn't released? You also said there is a problem if more than one bolt didn't release - what would happen if only one bolt didn't release?
With infinite ping times!!!