This sounds like win-win, outside the box, strategic imperative. I think if we crunch the numbers, we'll find that, going forward, if we run this up the flagpole, most will salute. Ping me if you need me.
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So by your 'logic', because I browse the web, I should be perfectly fine that my word processor closes down and discards all of my work if I lose my internet connection?
Because of a license agreement with Microsoft that specified a max of 1GB of RAM and an 80GB HD (most got around that with splitting it into two or more partitions) to allow them to install Windows XP.
I'm not sure if the agreement has changed with the release of Windows 7 Starter.
Um. Please see: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/posthumous?jss=0
That's funny - I've read just under 10 novels on my iPhone using the free Kindle app.
The best part about it: the phone's always with me. That means if I'm stuck waiting somewhere, I can get some reading in. Also, since it is does have a back-lit display, I can read in bed and not keep the wife up.
I've almost bought a Kindle multiple times, but after thinking about it, everything I like about reading using the Kindle app on the iPhone, the Kindle itself doesn't have.
Now, experts are warning that photocopiers could be a culprit as well.
That's because most digital copiers manufactured in the past five years have disk drives -- the same kind of data-storage mechanism found in computers -- to reproduce documents.
I. R. "Felon" Libby