Star Wars nerd here: Cloud City wasn't really floating all by itself, it used city-wide repulsors to do so. Around 36K of them IIRC.
Star Wars nerd here: The Star Wars Universe is so filled with habitable planets that many which would have required much smaller terraforming efforts were left alone without so much as a closer look. One of the foremost examples would be Dagobah. But I digress
I might have missed the memo which enumerated all those thousands of mainstream games available for Linux starting day 1. Or the ability to use all Radeon-based GPUs at their full potential under Linux. Or SLI-/Crossfire-enabled video setups. Or the total lack of need to drop to terminal while using Linux on a day-to-day basis.
I'm using delayed e-mail sending. 10 minutes by default for any e-mail, manual send date/time for some. That way, if I forget to add an attachment, I can go to outbox, edit the message and resend.
E-mail recalling depends on server-side settings, an admin can set up the server to disallow that.
So... if I'm going to start drawing a sun on a piece of paper, I could say "If there's a sunrise, I won!" and be right. And smug about it.
Fair enough, lemme get started immediately!
Delayed e-mail sending. Proper display of embedded MS objects (excel tables, PPT slides, etc). Seamless integration with calendar (yes, I will attend this meeting, it automatically synchronizes with calendar from e-mail). Proper contact lists (with attributes), integrated with corporate DBs. Embedded HTML signatures.
These are just off the top of my head.
That's his personal opinion.
Also, what does "I won" means? What would he win? being recognized? Already happened. A war? I didn't think there was a war going on (except within certain people's minds). Some competition? What was the competition about?
It usually backfires because the whole in which you stuck the detonator cap is the same the water will burst out of.
I believer the main culprit was an eastern European country, but I can't remember which one.
We Romanians must try harder, it looks like there's some Netherlanders who can't remember us
Who cares when were they built? If they're all built last year based on a design from the 50s, it's still the same crap, just shinier.
They can only tell you who WON the Superbowl, because everything will happen in the past anyway.
*raising hands slowly* Is there a problem, Coding Officer?
He's talking about the kind of microbes who, when viewed through a microscope, form "TAKE US TO YOUR LEADER" text with their bodies.
Now seriously, I see an Apple-related article on a daily basis. I own no Apple devices, nor would I ever. Still, I ain't complaining, just move on to the next article.
Might help you if you do the same in relation to Microsoft-related articles.
Slowly, they're closing in the gap from Linux naming conventions