You can drag and drop files into a Terminal window and it'll type the path for you. So you don't even have to type a path there (though honestly, if you're in terminal it's probably easier to type the path than to find the file and drag it)
You can disable the annoying ad when you leave a game, btw. It's the "Notify me (with Steam instant messages)..." checkbox in prefs under interface.
But yeah, they probably should have pushed a notice through Steam.
By removing these books from their stores entirely, they're discouraging other publishers from giving Amazon exclusive access to their ebooks. Hopefully keeping closer to "any book, any time, anywhere" than just rolling over and letting Amazon get exclusivity.
I'll be on the side of "screw your video, gimmie the transcript"
'course, I'd be on that side regardless of what format the video is encoded in.
Amazon does allow publishers to provide books without DRM, though there is no indication to the buyer of this... I've only noticed it trying to strip the DRM and discovering that there was none to strip.
So, yes, if it's on Amazon with DRM, that's the publisher's choice.
Nah, it's probably direct from the large cat whose name is so lousy they buy other slightly less lousy names of failed retail stores to use.
A shipping product shouldn't suck right out of the box with a problem that needs a firmware or driver update to fix. Sure, its easy for those who know how to fix these things to fix them, but for one who doesn't, the product is bad.
If the person spends hours and hours and never tries to contact the seller or manufacturer for assistance then proclaims the item junk, I shake my head. The vendor should get an opportunity to make it right before they are condemned, especially since it may very well be pilot error on the part of the buyer.
According to an article that I read, a mix of negative and positive reviews makes the product more attractive than only positive reviews. It seems that this retailer is probably preventing sales by not letting negative reviews through.
If the quality of the content was so low, there would be no consumers of said content to squeeze money from.
...when you distribute stolen goods. (Hey, if stealing cable is theft of service, stealing IP is too.)
If you're going to advertise for all-you-can-eat, shouldn't you have to provide it?
Yes, but I don't have to provide it in perpetuity. If I'm advertising all-you-can-eat, and your four trips are costing me too much money, damn right I'm going to consider switching formats.
Tweenbots are human-dependent robots that navigate the city with the help of pedestrians they encounter. Rolling at a constant speed, in a straight line, Tweenbots have a destination displayed on a flag, and rely on people they meet to read this flag and to aim them in the right direction to reach their goal.
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You don't have to email your stuff to it. You can connect a USB cable and copy compatible files over that way.
Reading is step 0 of the process, sir.