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Pandarens as a race don't fit the world
Yeah, talking pandas? How silly... but talking cows, jamaican trolls, eskimo walruses, and fish-frog men? Totally legit.
what was saved and will that be getting sold off after they "close" ?)
I've been using their service for a while, including password saves on pretty much everything but banking sites (so email, amazon, newegg, etc) with no issues.
From one of their pages on the closing, http://www.xmarks.com/about/shutdown
Privacy and Your Data We understand that you have entrusted us with the task of storing your personal browser data and we take that responsibility very seriously. * We will never sell or release your personal data, and we will make sure to delete all user data once the Xmarks service shuts down. * If you'd like to take immediate action, click here to immediately delete your account and user data. (Make sure you have all your data first!)
At least on Firefox, your bookmarks are no longer saved as a simple file. As such, a "very small shell script" would not do the same job.
go to about:config, change browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML to true.
The purpose of these classes is to teach the basics of programming, not how to reuse other people's code or to work in teams, as those are obviously higher level skills taught in higher level courses.
I hope this DRM fails and fails hard, if only to scare other publishers away from something that is truly anti-customer (not consumer).
Search and replace "assassin's creed" with "spore". No, they will not learn.
Or was it my life for A'jur?
aiur, actually, was the name of the protoss homeworld. i always thought dying dragoons sounded like they were saying "fuck you".
Don't like someone badmouthing the government? Require them to register. Then when they (obviously) don't do it, stick 'em in jail and take their money.
badmouthing the government != subversion, since you aren't, you know, actually subverting anything. not saying the law makes sense or anything, but even if it did include that, first amendment > sc laws, so it wouldn't hold up in court anyway. try again.
Enjoy your democracy, guys.
thanks i will.
"In particular, reasoning about God's beliefs activated areas associated with self-referential thinking more so than did reasoning about another person's beliefs. Believers commonly use inferences about God's beliefs as a moral compass, but that compass appears especially dependent on one's own existing beliefs."
it was almost entirely by pugging heroics
That is, until I could run Toc10, which is also puggable.