Not without a Genius Bar appointment you're not!
You have to let the chatter about the exploit die down enough so that you can pull the heist off with better success. Going out and attempting it immediately after Black Hat is too risky and the sign of foolish thief.
What a great reason to finish up restoring the '88 Trans AM GTA I started so many moons ago...
A Federation of Independent Republics STates
But seem to have failed to realize that you don't need a Kindle to download the Kindle app to any Android or iDevice and connect with your Amazon.com account. Hell, I have the Kindle App on my Motorola Droid phone and get my books for it on there without shelling out the higher $$ for the physical Kindle device. Since Walmart and Target also sell Android tablets and smartphones I guess it won't be long before they stop that too?
The real question should've been "What would you do to IMPROVE the Linux desktop". The original question just starts a flamewar while the latter, revised question would foster innovative thinking and insightful contributions.
I make it my personal SOP when leaving any job to throw DBAN in the drive, let it run and then load a clean copy of the OS with the company licensed software. You could take it a step further and replace the hard drive but that's just a little paranoid don't ya think?
As much as I love the "Which Linux Will Save Us From Windows" debate (Personally I use Ubuntu, Slackware, and dabble in OpenSuSE), this question is DEADBEEF getting beaten over and over and over.
Kick-Ass 2. That is all.
Except that the Governor General can come in and take everything over if she deems the parliament is not operating in the best interests of the country.
Correction, they want big screens. Most of the people buying smart phones haven't the slightest clue what they are doing with them. They fail to comprehend the true computing power and potential of these "handheld media players". All they care about is a better screen to watch hulu or netflix on and let us not forget the angriest of birds.
is the ROI of college actually going to benefit you? If you've got a good skillset you could use those traditional years building something useful and putting experience on paper instead of throwing dollars at a piece of paper that says "Hey! I know things... in theory".
What's the global consensus? Is everyone open to outside-the-box solutions? Or do they want the "comfort" and "warm fuzzy feeling" of Microsoft familiarity?