So will Curiously be in a position to take pictures?
GReader shutting down is what lead me to try out Tiny Tiny RSS.
If you are already running a webserver for something else, it is pretty easy to set up your own personal RSS reader.
In case you or someone else doesn't already know, one of the main contributors to Slackware has already done most of the hard work.
You can build it yourself or just download the package. Available for 14.0, 14.1 or current.
The interesting bit here is what votes were counted. If they nixed all SMS or online votes, then that leaves call-in votes and iTunes purchases.
Maybe the real conspiracy here is trying to force people to buy more from iTunes if they want their precious votes to count.
ABV > 4.0+% sold in state-controlled stores only. State-controlled stores close on Sundays and cease operations no later than 10 p.m. the rest of the week. Restaurants must buy from the state-controlled store (no delivery) at retail prices. No alcohol may be served on Election Day until 8 p.m. No alcohol is served in restaurants without purchase of food. A ban on 4.0% or below beer available on tap was repealed in March 2009. Sales of kegs prohibited.
Companies are out to make money by selling a product, whether a service or a tangible item. These products cost the company money to produce and/or maintain. With customers increasing their demand for bandwidth, ISPs and cable providers have to increase their network to meet that demand, which costs a LOT of money. (Gigabit per second internet to about 100,000 homes would cost an estimated half a billion dollars). This money does not grow on trees. Governments cannot afford to make that investment, at least not now, and probably not ever.
Really??? Didn't the government just toss half a billion dollars to a failed solar startup and the tax payers are just supposed to take it? Half a billion is EASILY within the government's power.
Dark Templars? Where? Scan now!
My name is Werner Brandis. $SUBJECT Verify me.
* for certain values of win
I need a predictable, stable system, things should be where I am used to them, not hidden and removed in ways that defy any logic. The minimize/close/maximize window icons will be on the right side of my windows and there will be a normal tree like menu with items where I will find them every time I look there and there will be an icon for every window on the bottom of the screen, period.
And this is why I use Slackware.
Doesn't almost every game start with "gl hf"?
See. Everyone is having fun already (until they get 4-gated).
Yeah, good thing RedHat is still supporting all their releases... Oh
No, but it is possible for some other company to take the source and provide updates or backport patches.
Um...last time I checked there are around 73,357,145,315* companies in the world which will provide support for Micorosoft products.
Yeah, but how many of them could write a patch to fix some low level vulnerability in WinXP without the source code?