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Your brother would be your son's uncle!
And of course in the FUTURE his place would "used to be a farm"
Nice job. lol
Next time will be sure to finish my 1st coffee before posting.
Similar problem, I write Slashdot comments and this results in many searches to sound like I know what I am talking about.
You must be new here.
I should have been a little more even-handed with my reply - no doubt.
But the point being that I have spoken to IT directors and we discuss "open-source" options etc and the first thing I hear from them is "our budget was just locked down, we have NO MONEY... " And then they write a big check to Microsoft for their CALS and server licenses, never thinking that they actually CAN save $ in a lot of areas if they would give up their blind allegiance to Microsoft.
It gets old ofter a while. That's all. Especially since there are options.
Call them out on it. Let the taxpayers know that their money is being wasted.
How about an anonymous "letter to the editor" of your local newspaper?
isn't jailbreaking an iPhone easier than rooting Android?
No. I used an autorooter on my G1. Jacked the phone in to the USB, ran the program
Yes, it CAN get easier:
Not on an Android, but on my Nokia N900 it's like this:
Install rootsh app via app manager, then open terminal and type:
~ $ sudo gainroot [enter]
Gotta love an open linux-based cell phone/mobile computer/internet tablet - or whatever they are calling these things these days. )
Must rise and save us from ourselves
Quick to judge,
Quick to anger,
Slow to understand
Ignorance and prejudice
And fear walk hand in hand."
"Witch Hunt - part III of Fear"
Neil Peart - RUSH
Windows != "PC"
Not trying to be a dick, but I have been correcting MAC users for years (even way back when I was running OS/2) when they refer to every machine running Windows as a "PC" without realizing that their MAC is also a Personal Computer.
P.S. I also find myself explaining to Windows users that I too run a PC, but my PC runs a different operating system.... Then their eyes gloss over. lol
Will it be able to make phone calls?