I switched to a Mac in 2012 for my personal shit and about 6 months ago went to a Mac for work too. With the release of Office 2016 for the Mac, I honestly cannot find a single thing I cannot do comfortably on my Mac anymore.
If you have a serious problem with it, Parallels has been running Windows apps for me better than any native PC installation since version 7 back in 2012.
I mean, I know you're probably trolling or trying to be funny, but it's a dead joke in 2015.
Troll harder, you haven't mastered it yet.
Vegetables don't release 200 - 500 litres of methane a day. And why feed 20 calories of grains to a chicken to get 1 calorie of meat, when you can just eat the grain? Then you have 20 times more land to produce food for people, and we can stop clearcutting a major carbon sink like the rainforest and keep that carbon in place too.
Reality sucks, don't it?
Gasoline is such a small part of emissions. You want a real target? Look at the meat farming industry!
A vegan driving a hummer makes far less emissions than a meat-eater driving a bicycle.
Calling him an irresponsible douchebag for potentially driving w/in the legal limits is a bit much, don't you think?
While I don't drink and drive, by setting a limit at
If they're going to do this, they should make it so low (.02) no one will drive after drinking, as they do in other countries, or bring it back to an acceptable level to allow for driving after drinking.
I envision this as a response to Maxim or FHM. People still buy those, even though there's no nudity. Playboy was always able to find some level of legitimacy through their articles and I assume they will still attempt the same level of content even by removing the nudity.
Honestly, I don't see the point in this and they should just retire the magazine and create a new one w/o nudity to compete with the others in that genre; however, they clearly feel they will be able to capitalize successfully on their established fan base and grow it into the future using this new format.
Best of luck to them.
You're still alive, old man?!
Well if it means we're going from small devices with small apps and small amounts of resources to suddenly making them full on desktop machines, I just don't see the point.
And that's totally fine. The point isn't what YOU want, it's what some private company wants to do and these actions will in no way, shape, or form negatively impact your life and thus getting all up in a huff about it is a little over the top.
What percentage of Android owners even remotely want any of this?
Users don't know what they want until it is provided to them and, honestly, if you don't want any part of it, that's cool but perhaps it will really help developers port their work cross-platform and bring us to a completely different level.
I would love to see Android or iOS apps come back across the divide in some cases, so there's likely a market in reverse.
No sense in getting all fired up about CodeWeavers doing this.
I can only imagine someone saying this after 9/11. "Once America decided that allowing terrorists to kill people was bearable, it was over."
Except that America decided it wasn't acceptable and ended up going to war because of it.
Meanwhile, 10 people die in a school shooting and within a month it'll have been forgotten because the next shooting has come along
Dan Hodges said it best:
In retrospect Sandy Hook marked the end of the US gun control debate. Once America decided killing children was bearable, it was over.
I agree with you, just not your example. Pharmacy Techs are on-the-job trained in a few days and get paid just north of minimum wage. The technical skills required to do that job aren't complex and those leading the area should have to do the same on-the-job training as the staff. Comparing that world to most IT specializations is a HUGE leap.
As long as the developer of Crystal puts a tickbox in the preferences to allow you to block "acceptable advertising" then I don't see the issue. I understand that Crystal doesn't have a preferences screen right now, but it shouldn't be that hard to add one.
People who are happy to see adverts as long as they meet some sort of "acceptable" criteria can have it turned off - and people who just never want to see an advert again can turn it on.
Please don't let it be a repeat of Adblock Plus where all the nerdrage drowned out the few voices of reason that merely pointed out that all the anger could be resolved with the unchecking of a single tickbox in the preferences.
PLUG IT IN!!!