The mouse pad I use for my Ubuntu machine is an OS2 Warp one.
It works as well as I would assume Warp would still today.
It is a web mail client. I know that.
And the things on my feet are called "shoes". I can't cut bread with them and I should know better than to try.
I want a web mail client. I want it on my phone, my laptop, my ipad, my desktop, my powerbook, my
And no, I don't want outlook - I use that at work and its "just" a smart imap-like tool with integrated IM.
You can actually get the document they produced and see the names and organizations the individuals are from.
I did not count the unique schools but their are a bunch
the production of ethanol from corn requires less - and it is shrinking all the time - water than the production of gasoline from oil.
I live near the ogalalla aquifer so I share some of your concerns but from an overall water requirements standpoint, ethanol is not the boogeyman. Perhaps shipping the corn to a sea area and using desalinated water might be a better approach.
So you would divvy up your system into a
64Gb SSD C: and a
1Tb 7200 D:
blazing fast c drive, equivalent suck d drive
I would spend the same and get twice the capacity of a solution that on average
FOR EVERYTHING not just the c drive.
My photos are faster, my vmdk are faster, my compiles are faster,
If you have a new Apple notebook it does not matter what the rate is - you can not replace them.
Lose the SSD and you have lost the Retina.
My desktop and 2 of my laptops are Lenovos. Up until this year my best/favorite devices. OpenSuse 12.3 and Windows 7 - 32bit & 64 bit.
I am writing this on a 3 week old MacPro 2.7 GHz, 512 Gb flash and 16 Gb ram
It is singularly the best workstation I have ever had in my life. And my experience covers everything from an Intel Z80 running CPM 30 years ago to racks of Sun Enterprise servers on Solaris 10. I used most of the AT&T 3B and the Amdahl stuff too. Lisa, Fat Macs and Multias were cool as well.
wanna dis it - sure, go ahead - you clearly don't own one. But its the best box I've ever had.
you would lose your ability to fly for 5 years.
wait the 15 minutes. It may be your ass I have to climb over on the way out of the plane.
You must not interact with Cisco gear.
The Nexus 7000s run Linux as their Supervisor OSes
The Nexus 5K
Your comment that "regular" users can't do
By default how many Windows NT, 2K, XP, Vista, 7 users are administrators in a home/small business setting ? 100% ?
By default how many Linux users are administrators in any setting ? 0 %
Those 2 numbers kind of contribute to the issues with one and the benefit of the other.
They used to have one of the most amazing IT geek magazines.
Some do, some don't.
"If you are afraid of loneliness, don't marry." -- Chekhov