No mod points. I concur completely.
How about a Raspberry Pi?
- a Pi. (http://www.raspberrypi.org/)
- Plastic Pi case (https://www.modmypi.com/shop/)
- 32gb SD card
- HDMI touchscreen (http://www.chinavasion.com/china/wholesale/Home_Audio_Video/LCD_Monitors_TV/8_Inch_LCD_Touchscreen_Monitor_AV_VGA_HDMI_Car_Kit)
Install Xbian, a XMBC media player based Linux os (http://xbian.org/) and you've got everything you need.
I got mine yesterday (after my co-workers tricked me into thinking I'd not get it)..
It's slow like the Engadget guy said.. not up to HD media playback in a fast manner, though that should change once the software's optimised.
However, it's crazy low power, size and features mean I can make my own mini-nas/access point/controller for my caravan which runs on solar.
So many different ways to apply the Pi, as long as your aren't expecting it to be a fast desktop PC!
Anti-XSS protection exceptions however, are not a one-click solution. So hence it being a deal breaker.
You're confusing running Noscript, and it's per-site blocking - with XSS blocking which applies to all sites, not just one.
Might want to read up on NoScript, babes!
Neat, but that site wont work with NoScript installed unless you allow XSS.
Not a huge problem for some, but is a deal breaker for me.
unless there's a workaround?
The screen shot has an R5 pirate copy of Toy Story featured in it.
Guess they forgot to rename the file before taking a shot. Noice.
Portal was free earlier this year, as a build up to Portal 2.
If the accounts were all Steam accounts were activated then, and the game added - it would cost nothing.
They are amazing. My firm uses lots of them.
Dont buy the IPPBX 2820 - they're unreliable.
The 2820V/n models are solid as a rock, and have a ton of usable features
Phil Hibbs ( snarks@@g_m_a_il.c&om )
The comments on that page are amusing.
Check out the Amiga conspiracy nut going off on one. Excellent!