Totally agree. It continues to mystify me that Slashdot thinks it's a newspaper.
... that he did this back then. Imagine if the industry were founded recently. They'd sue anyone who tried to make a refrigerator or air conditioner to protect their outdated business. And they'd win, because they'd pay off -- excuse me, "support the campaigns of" -- all the right politicians.
It's UC-fucking-LA. It's not in the middle of a freeway, and I doubt she lives on a freeway either.
Looks pretty walkable to me. It may be a windy route, but in that case, bikes can ride anywhere cars can, except for highways, and even though it's near a mountain, I don't see anywhere that's 100% cut off from the outside world except for freeways. Zoom in anywhere and there are little roads there.
Hell, if I lived there and were faced with that option, I'd ride my bike on the freeway every day until I got a ticket for doing so.
I've been using this hosts file for about 10 years. http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/ho...
> See also #3.
Sorry, you wanted the numbers rendered on your ordered list? Wrong site.
Yeah, I can't imagine why they did that, either.
TOO easy. Idiots do it accidentally every day.
A couple were ten years ago.
Or people who bought content from WMA-based stores.
For all the reasons outline here, unless MS is going to embed their own metadata into every image I use that promises the image is safe, and that if it isn't, MS will foot the bill. Even so, that won't help me if I print something and lose the original digital version with the metadata. Stupid, stupid, stupid.
> I can't play WMA encoded files on my iPod.
Actually, that's because Apple didn't pay to license WMA.
That said, the whole thing is pretty much BS. But oh well. At least all the lawyers are staying employed.
The whole engine gets hot if you drive long enough. You can tuck things (on older V8s with roomier engines) on top of the intake under the air cleaner housing and it will get warm enough to cook some things. You're right, putting things on top of the decorative heat shield of a modern car won't do as much -- but still, you could wrap some hot dogs in foil and they'd cook enough after a while, even in a modern car.
The canonical tome on the matter was first written 25 years ago and has been revised twice since.
I've had the opposite experience. I just get basic APC UPSs and I've never had one cause me a moment's trouble. I can't say I WOULD have lost data if I HADN'T had them, but it HAS saved me the bother of having all my machines unexpectedly do a hard shutoff when the power dips for a second. You just have to test on occasion and replace batteries as needed because they WILL fail silently -- if the battery is dead, you won't know until the power goes out and your machine goes down.
Yahoo had their own search engine when they launched in the mid-90s. Back then, Yahoo generally gave too few results and altavista gave too many.
> Note the specific language being used.
> "Yahoo will support the Do Not Track
> technology for Firefox users..."
I did note the language. What stuck out to me was that they will support DNT for Firefox users, which I presume means for Firefox users only.
Quit being so lazy. It's easy to find the answer to your question. Just type "yahoo search engine" into google to find out about it.