Yeah, just remove the red jumper.
And for only 50 bucks I'll exorcize Windows from your computer.
Recently I bought a Nokia N9. It's not as cool as my good old N900 (which is still my primary cellphone), but MeeGo really looked promising. Why did they ditch it in such a bad manner is something that still puzzles me.
That sounds like a perfect "edge case". It's incredible, though, the amount of people that heavily rely on auto-saved stuff.
The last two major releases (7 and 8) have been awful. I think the only reason why Java still gets so much attention is because there's a lot of time and money already invested on Java applications. As a Java developer and FOSS advocate myself, I have to confess that I'm closely following the results of Microsoft flirting with the open source community. I never thought I would say such thing, though.
Can you run multiple instances of the application? In that case, this (or a similar application) could be helpful. The idea is to make every instance to use a particular interface. I also thought that maybe, if the application can be run using wine, you could lunch multiple instances on a Linux box, each one using a different network configuration, but seems that it's not possible.
Last night, some football fans in Argentina managed to smuggle a whole drone into a stadium and flew it over the field (see picture 3/11) just before to start an epic disturb.
And it totally redefines the concept of "cloud services".
How can a deer be part of a wolves clan? Shouldn't it be a Baratheon?
Sourceforge already has one, FYI.
So, basically you will use cash until digital cash appears?
Just a bug. Will be back.
The bug or the feature?
So... blame it on the Martians for holding it wrong?