Yeah, telegraph.co.uk is a pretty good authority on these matters.
How would the system assign votes to identities? The ballot papers are anonymous, and Australian elections are supposed to be a secret ballot.
Lies. Neanderthals live among us, just take a look at your co-workers.
Blu-ray isn't a shitty non-standard that nobody else uses, however.
Haven't bought any Sony products that require it (except a PSP, but you can but microSD adapters these days), and never plan on doing so.
This isn't for today. This isn't for tomorrow. This is for the next 20-30 years you f*ckstick.
Imagine if the government of the time had the same thinking when they built the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We'd have 1 lane each way, totally inadequate. Technology expands to fill limitations and if something beneficial doesn't come of investing in those 50 lines within the next 30 years, I will personally reimburse the Australian public for all expenses incurred in providing the service.
Good infrastructure isn't laid by asking "what is adequate for now?".
So, how can we stop unscrupulous businessmen rebranding FOSS without adding anything to it and selling it to oblivious consumers?"
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>worse than EA
Yeah nah. EA are scum, always have been. Activision just rehash their crap and charge $15 for map packs without shame but they know that they provide a service and at least respect their paying customers. EA are the worst kind of hypocrites, flooding the market with crappy sports titles and generic cod-clones and then claim to be "a driving force of innovation". They say they will never do sales like steam sales, because it devalues games. Have you seen Origin lately? Sale Sale Sale Sale. Not only that, you try getting support on your title. I'm sure if you've kept up with gaming news you know all about EA's retarded banning policy, and how they handled people criticising Bioware. EA spit in the face of their customers.
Ubi just have crappy drm and price gouging. They aren't actively malicious like EA.
Virtual Desktops don't really need names, "Desktop n" is quite good enough. You can reorder/arrange your spaces by dragging them, the only thing that lion really changed was that all desktops are in a single row now, which makes sense considering the swipe gesture to move between spaces. The addition of full screen applications as their own space more than makes up for the loss of vertically aligned spaces. You can still configure programs to open directly to a certain space so I'm not sure what you mean by configuring your spaces, the removal of the system prefs panel is moot because it had barely any options besides layout of your spaces anyway.
4 Desktops for Mac, 1 fullscreen terminal that is always open, then 1 fullscreen virtual machine so I can swipe between operating systems!