I know some PHP so I wrote a reader that lives on my own server. It's very simple but it does exactly what I want it to. It has a problem with character encodings -- lots of things (curly quotes, em- and en-dashes) come in as '?'s -- but other than that, it's fine. Works for me.
Because in my circles, it's the smart people who don't trust the Internet.
I wonder what reason they'll use to justify pulling it back out of Windows 10?
There are a LOT of VERY FUCKING GOOD reasons that innocent people should not talk to police or consent to searches. Be sure to watch the second half, where an ACTUAL COP says "yes, everything he just said is correct."
> the solution isn't to be a dick to the guy
> out there in the papers-please guard hut.
> Keep voting against the idiots who make
> these things possible.
Why not do both? Especially since "b" doesn't seem to work?
Agree. I watched the "can your shell do this?" video and saw nothing that I would want a shell to do.
He built a shell that does cool things he wants? Great. I could build a shell that does neat things I want it to, but I don't think anyone else would want to download it.
The easiest way would be to just get an old machine. 15 years ago was the birth of the Pentium III, so with not much work you should be able to find a perfectly fine 10- to 12-year-old 1 GHz PIII with 512 MB RAM for next to nothing. (I'm personally a fan of Dell OptiPlex GX corporate desktops and HP Pavilions -- generally well-supported hardware and durable.) Otherwise, try VirtualBox on the modern computer of your choice.
I have instructions in my will to be buried with these discs.
Q: What do you want for dinner?
A: Anything's fine.
Q: How about X?
Q: How about Y?
Q: How about Z?
Oh, that's a really useful invention.
Jesus, it was a fucking joke. They also featured some google services during the keynote, as well as bing.
> I know how to shut it down. I know how to
> avoid having intrusive metro apps popping up.
Only a month to be able to perform basic tasks and make it not actively annoy you? Sign me up!
I've been using Windows and Mac OS full-time since 1995 (3.1 and 7.5.3, respectively, along with Linux in various flavors since 1998) and in all my transitions, it's been -- at most -- a matter of a few hours to get the essentials working, and then tweaks over the course of a week or so to get all the little things to my liking. (Or as close as the environment allowed.)
> Last week, Apple execs were promising big announcements, the biggest since the Jobs era.
Citation needed. What *I* heard the execs saying was that they're going to have great products this year. They have 7 months left.
And FFS, this is the DEVELOPER conference. New product announcements here are few and far between. Here's an overview of the last ten years of WWDC. If you can read that list and still be surprised or disappointed at what was or wasn't announced today, you're an idiot.
... at least my forearms are huge.