In other news; an art critics is a fool.
When they were entirely self-sufficient, no one could really complain--they didn't cost us anything, and they provided a decent-enough service. Now that they're asking for help, though, I think it's time we cut them loose, or significantly reduce their capacity. Maybe only have mail for those without computers, and deliver once a week.
I think he meant to say that they're micromanaging the production of their own products.
I'm pretty sure this is what the Power Rangers used to beat Lord Zedd.
This is a big move for Amazon, especially considering their Kindle doesn't necessarily demand huge amounts of performance, especially not in comparison to the iPad and other high-end Android tablets. I never really thought they would go this way, but now I can't help but wonder if they're going to expand toward phones as well. It seems that they could have just as easily sourced chips from Qualcomm unless they had something huge planned.
Religious hate speech can be a two way street; I've heard some not-so-nice things said by them about Jews and Christians.
Privacy will be sacrificed in the interest of convenience.
Privacy will soon be the most sought-after world commodity, and unfortunately we can't get in the middle east.
Said by someone who's not married to even a single wife, obviously.
Said by someone who's not even dating grammar.
Well then you've got to get a decent virtual machine.
To me, having multiple operating systems on a computer is like having multiple wives--there's no tangible downside to it, but it just feels wrong.
What were they using Real for, anyway?
Why Real? I didn't even think they were still in business, to be honest.
The only solution is to ban Java in schools and set up a government agency to monitor Java tutorials online and disable them. We may never see the fruits of this work, but maybe some day, our children's children will live in a world where no eight year old boy ever has to get exploited by a rogue Java applet.