In my humble opinion, MySpace is just too painful to be true:
1) it tells me to install Flash, while I have it installed and working fine on other sites (using even proprietary Flash 10 on my Debian amd64 box)
2) it doesn't have a single way to give feedback to the administrators of MySpace (e.g. for issue 1)
3) it's a pain to the eyes to see most MySpace pages. Things are messed up, bad color schemes, hardly any well-thought about layout.
Who needs MySpace?
Unfortunately, many music composers seem to like it...
"Intel and Microsoft are supplying Libya's government with 150,000 rugged laptop computers that cost $200 to build and are designed to meet the needs of children in developing countries."
Didn't they have plans to order a lot of XO's instead?
However, according to an Intel spokeswoman:
"She also said that Intel had signed up Nigeria as a Classmate PC customer, though she said she did not know how many machines the government would order, or whether they would run on Windows or the rival Linux operating system. Classmate PCs are capable of running both types of software."
Maybe there is still hope for Nigeria..."
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