I feel the same way. The default mode isn't very good.
He was talking about a blatant in-game popup soliciting money to give you access to extra content. The Warden's Keep thing is pretty much exactly that. It'll probably only get worse in Dragon Effect 2.
What I would Not be okay with is if I was playing Final Fantasy 12 or Zelda Twilight Princess and suddenly a popup says, "If you want to enter the final dungeon, please type in your credit card number. It will be charged $10." That would piss me off.
Buy a copy of Dragon Age: Origins (regular edition) and you can have just that! Today!
Ignore the screwed up formatting. I think I forgot to close a tag.
But with 10.6, the OS itself will support Exchange
Sure about that? I thought it was just in Mail.app (and friends). You're saying that Thunderbird under 10.6 could potentially be made to support Exchange?
Dead Space. It isn't particularly original, but it's highly polished and what I'd consider quality.
Instead of a fancy apartment we see industrial manufacturing
The funny thing is that the apartment probably isn't even there. The scenes look like they were shot against a green screen (and badly at that). Look at the woman's pixelated hair. Pretty mediocre craftsmanship, I'd say.
There's a ton of usability work behind Office 2007. I don't know if anything's actually published, but Jensen Harris, a Program Manager from Microsoft, has been blogging a lot about the UI and the thoughts behind the ribbon.
Thanks. I hadn't thought about outright blocking it.
Speaking of which, why won't Slashdot let me turn the tags off?