My Audi does this. Why isn't the VW Group on the defendants list?
Still works for me
You had me at "tits and swords". Actually, you had me at "tits".
Coercive laws forbidding direct sale to consumers and requiring they be sokd through dealerships is the *opposite* of capitalism.
No, I'm suggesting one should adhere to the same standard he asks of someone with whom he disagrees. And your claim was made precisely in support of the argument that gun ownership has been declining.
Which, BTW, is incorrect. Not only is ownership not declining, but new purchases are increasing. So gun ownership is not only increasing but accelerating.
"it works without a network connection"?
Funny then how reservation informatoin about my friend's restaurants aren't available when they lack internet connectivity.
*They* know the difference. Most people, hearing QoS described, wouldn't.
Because several-second delays in video packets will make it unwatchable (or require a lot of buffering) and a drop of a significant percentage of a phone call's UDP will make it unusable, but the effects of neither of those will be noticed by the recipient of that business email.
To me there's a significant difference between "Net Neutrality" and QOS.
Why would you ask for a citation for his statement and not include one for yours?
Manufacturers are often (usually?) conservative with their performance claims. Still, the " will beat the crap out of any combustion engine" is ignorant and easily shown to be false, even when narrowing "combustion engines" to production automobiles.
It's quick but not quicker than "any combustion engine". I don't think it's even in the top ten.
This is insane. Forcing someone against his will to sell his team *because you don't like words he said in private and which were recorded, probably in violation of the law and almost certainly without his knowledge* and begrudging him (and his innocent wife) his profit isn't enough - you want also for the other owners to forfeit theirs too because of it?
He's a doddering, bigoted anachronism. How is that worse than violent felonies that have been committed by some NBA players? Should they be banned from the NBA?
Maybe they just charged for commercial use? Or maybe I'm confusing it with Mosaic? Either way, I'm certain that at a job I had before 1998, Netscape could be freely and legitimately obtained for use on Solaris.
Uh, its browser competition was already free - how far down could it push their price?
My first thought was: too bad they didn't find out in time to include it in the most recent AAAS report.