I cant find a single example how this can be helpful, not harmful
He's suing an editor, not Wikipedia, you know...
I admire your sense of humor, teach me!
You forgot Lem, especially "Return from the stars"
With friends like that, who need enemies?
And average Russki again gets kick in the butt. Good, they are so proud of their Tzar Putin, so go ahead, eat the shit made by him again
Try it with startups...
parity in counter strike teams in 3..2..1
* Stolen money from the accounts (you didnt use it before expiration) * Centralize the traffic (no more P2P) * Screwed client for Linux * Removed "Now Llstening to..." status
...Go go Power Rangers, this year will be the year of Jabber on the desktop
Maybe this will help you: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/worl... I would separate hunting for food from hunting "just because we are fucking retards"
No Google? No MIcrosoft/Nokia? No Blackberry (well, Canadian, true)? No Android? I'm an admin in the medium-sized German educational institute, trying to avoid US-soil based stuff but well - you cannot avoid all of them. Internauts did chose US years ago, coz that was the only country that guaranteed stability, technology and transparency. It was the safest haven available. I agree - we are moving back to Europe (Dropbox replaced with Wuala, servers in LeaseWeb, Hetzner and you name it, domains moved away from godaddy but still - there's a lot to migrate and this will take much longer, that it took to get tied to the US-based solutions. But yes - the trend is set.
"what is the difference between the United States of America and the former East Germany under Stasi or China under CCP ?" You forgot Poland
Law is like the fence: tiger jumps over, viper sneaks in and the cattle stays in order. I like those fences that they inventing every day
No need for 5k