I've been using the same mousepad from Data 2000 in Ocala FL, since late 1992.
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At first I thought.... who wants to write
I whipped one up in visual studio (and im a unix admin with 15+ years experience) compiled it in windows, and then copied the
The same thing in perl using SOAP::Lite took weeks to get right and even then was still a mess.
Mono's definitely a useful part of the unix world.
Could be worse... Ehow does have some reasonably good content.... while Yahoo Answers is filled with entirely useless results, many of which are completely incorrect "answers" to the question being posed!
50 x 150ft is a common city-sized lot. That's a little more than 1/6 acre.
Also, I verified with google... an acre is 43560sq ft, which is 66x660.... your claim of 220x220ft was incorrect.
I'd be pleased just to get rid of all the anonymous commenting on most news sites. The level of nastiness leveled by pretty much anyone commenting on sites like Yahoo News is just mindblowing. Anonymous web commenting has gotten so out of hand, someone even made a firefox plugin to filter it!
A 16550 doesn't really count as a graphics card anymore...
That was the funniest comment in this entire thread. But it flew right over most of these lil whippersnappers heads.
I've been using my.yahoo.com since 1997, the most configurable IMO.
You probably got marked off for calling it C+ instead of C++.
It says nothing about unlimited data or tethering in that link or the AUP document I read that was linked from the page you linked to.
Near as I can tell, your 5GB plan gets you 5GB. If you are a Verizon customer you can log onto their website at any time and check your data usage, or if your phone supports the "My Verizon" app like mine does, you can use it for checking.
I used less than 100MB last month with web browsing, app downloads, using google maps with gps, and some light youtube video watching. Unless you are downloading large files you shouldnt need to worry about a 5GB cap.
I don't agree. I mean what was IE's market share before Mozilla/Firefox started to gain share? What was IBM's share in the PC market at one time?
They have been FLOODING atlanta with advertisments, and I hear several people say they are getting it, but heard little about actual service performance.
Still, $50 for unlimited wireless internet with speeds approximate to what you'd get off bellsloth's DSL (3 megabit?) isn't a bad deal, if indeed you use it on the go around town. I've heard at least 2-3 non-authoritative sources say Clear plans to actually DROP the price once they get a critical mass of subscribers. If that were to actually happen, I'd be shocked, but it would definitely jumpstart the use of their service.
Personally, for me, I'll keep comcast. Guess I'm old school like that. I can tether my blackberry if I need emergency internet away from home and im not in a wifi hotspot.
Because Solaris x86 is such a tiny portion of the installed Solaris systems out there.
That includes you assuming you are an American.