No, the voodoo 3 was both 2d/3d. It was the first of their cards that wasn't 3d only. (well, in the main line. I think there was a variant of 1 or 2 that was less powerful but also did 2d. Not sure about that though. )
Maybe. I'm not an expert, but I've been on and off SSRIs at times. My actual experience is that they help get me to normal, and they reduce the need for them. This doesn't work for everyone, but there is the idea out there that changing your mood will naturally change your natural brain Chemistry. It needs the meds and therapy together work, and has for me to a degree. (that doesn't always work for sure, people do need them forever, and in my case I've gone back and forth between needing them and not twice in the last 10 years). So, I guess yes, you can be dependent on them if that doesn't work, but they are probably harmless. (probably, screwing with brain chem is scary to me, despite taking them)
There are lots of things people need to take a pill for everyday.
Did you try? I'm not saying I figured out the Reg Key to do it myself, but a quick Google search will tell you how to turn on the Win7 interface on the Developer Preview. There are even several tools that will switch it back and forth for you.
It does happen. "Every time" or even frequently, I haven't seen. I get it about 2-3 times a year, it's a little annoying, but not a big deal.
Duke 3D was not fully 3D. It was basically the same "2.5D" of other early FPS's. It was a very advanced 2.5D Engine, but it wasn't fully 3D.
Didn't that use (poorly) digitized photos though? This doesn't do well with that sort of thing. It's a fun thought though.
You find different fun. And, really, having done both and grown older at the same time, both have an effect. I'm not married anymore, and I have custody of my kids. They are getting older, about to lose one to going off to college. If I had all the time in the world back to me, which I may in a few years, I don't see me doing what I did back in the day. Right now, once in a while (about 1/year) a game occupies me a lot for a while. I don't ever see going back to when it did all the time.
Yes, they do. It's just almost always a given that they will get it. If Johnson hadn't dropped out of the 1968 race, it's very likely he would not have won the Democratic Nomination.
I saw quite a few people pointing out that there were problems with other ISPs without reading too far into the comments on the last story. And initially I, like others, had no doubt reading the summary that it was true. I was wrong, and stopped worrying about it.
Did you read the article? (or course not.) It points out a very good example where having a CLI to do a job is vastly superior to a GUI. That's not always true, but there are plenty of examples. That said, I prefer the command line for anything, so I'm biased.
One can't copyright one's existence, and thereby prevent, say, a biography, a news report, or tabloid coverage.
But what if you write an autobiography? Are you not then a character in your own book, making other biographies a derivative work?
No. I suppose maybe, if the other biographies were completely based off the autobiography. Even then though, it doesn't work. If they copy word for word it's a copyright violation. Being a non-fiction work, there's really no way to argue derivativeness. In fiction, you can run into using problems using characters and setting. Not in a biography.
It's like saying the first person to write about anything owns any right to write about it.
You summed up my thoughts exactly. (but you worded it better on the post I didn't make)
This may not be illegal, but it's definitely questionable. "Settle with us, or we may sue you"....
But, they don't always arise out of a new way of *thinking*. I'd say more often than not they don't. Java, Ruby, C++...most popular object-oriented languages, came well after that new way of thinking was around. (C++ may not be a great example. It was kinda new then).
But still, a language is just syntax (plus quirks), Yes, you need to understand the paradigm too, but after that, what language matters very little.
Not that I'm 100% sure, but in X everything displaying on the screen is a child process to the server in some way. It's probably not that simple since, thinking about it, remote apps would be completely different, but from experience they don't like losing their display. Regardless, it's probably very built into how X Window works, and was designed to. I'm not sure it could be fixed without going to something completely different, and that has yet to work out.