Yeah, there were dolphins, and a fisherman on fire, and I killed a guy with a trident.
> Of course if you're someone who doesn't know how to configure BIOS/UEFI, it's going to be a problem.
A 3 or 4 step HOWTO/FAQ item in the Steam forums would likely be enough to get most people up and running.
In fairness, it's often difficult to distinguish between a human-written comment on Youtube and a poorly-written AI.
There's a wealth of information on the net regarding DIY wind turbines.
Check this out:
A few years ago it was quite common for people to use the motor out of Fisher and Paykel washing machines:
Have fun buddy!
Urotsukidji... is that you?
Big F$%&ing Gun.
If PETA had their way, we would not eat meat, nor use leather. No farmer would keep cows around just for the hell of it. Lots of dead cows.....
Hang on, that might be the solution for the greenhouse effect!
This isn't an automated sync, but is how to get the contacts on your device/sim into Gmail/Google:
You need to *move* the contacts. It's not super-intuitive, especially as it's more of a "copy" operation rather than a "move" operation.
Sorry if you already knew this and it doesn't work for you.
> This codec will change the face of the Web.
Maybe not the whole face, but hopefully it will change the mouth
How does it limit customer choice?
It prevents people from buying a phone that has everything that they like about the iPhone, but is also an improvement on the iPhone. This is exacerbated by Apple's own policies that hinder their customer's ability to make their own improvements to their own property.
I wonder whether a larger issue may be that people want the GUI to be consistent, even between different models and makes of phone.
It seems counter-productive to have phones with different GUIs for the sake of avoiding patent infringement. The result is the consumer wastes time re-learning how to use the device.
> Lastly, remember the awesome package art on those games? They used the same artist who did those iconic album covers for Yes.
Indeed. The artist is Roger Dean. I love his work.
Or a version of Obliterator that runs at a playable frame rate!
I have extremely fond memories of 1980s Psygnosis. "Shadow of the Beast" was my first introduction to "parallax scrolling", which seemed to become a mandatory feature of all side-scrollers from that point on.
Absolutely *loved* their logo too.
> I have the new Retina MBP... and it's a fantastic machine. But WHY would you buy it just to install Linux on it anyway?
He must have died while carving it.
Do you think he meant the Camargue?
Wouldn't it be smarter to discuss this "one dumpster" issue with people at your office and potentially have that changed?