I don't see how anyone can believe this:
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Do you drag the cursor along the entire URL in a tiny box to view it? It's super-difficult to edit out pieces of URLs on mobile devices.
I love that trick, as I'm an "old" desktop computer user. But how do I "hover" over a link on my mobile device? (Samsung stylus not withstanding.)
(Hint: mobile browsers need some UI changes to enable informed consumers to make their own decisions.)
Gentoo seemed to figure out init script dependency.
I'm open to changing init scripts, but do we have to change everything else too? Like binary logging and needing an interface to access those logs instead of just tailing/grepping them. (Though I think systemd does support duplicate logging to certain syslogs.)
Has freebsd been the best Linux distro of 2014?
By the end of 2014 it will be, thanks to systemd.
All pictures are hidden by default. Men and women browse each others profiles. When both sides "like" the other profile, they both get to see pictures.
This may quickly devolve into men "liking" every female profile, but it still forces the woman to be interested in profile content before seeing a photo.
Agreed. Everyone who maximizes all of their windows and must constantly shuffle them in a "deck" or even multiple "decks" (workspaces) are NOT power users.
Whether a single screen laptop or a large three monitor desktop, very rarely should any one window be maximized.
Don't 30 Terabytes of disk use waaaaay more power than two Atoms? How did you get 30 TB linked to those anyway?