I wish they would also do something fundamental about spam problem. But that would possibly means unique id for senders which would ruin anonymity.
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So you say the president in a country should know everything (like website problems, every action of spy agencies and problems in tax and financial organizations)? That's Terra bytes of information.
I am not American but I cannot think how can he know about everything.
"Yeah, but if you're an officer of a foreign government you don't get the death penalty. "
You are wrong! That's only when you have diplomatic immunity. Otherwise the country may exchange you or just send you to court. And you may receive a death penalty in court (which might be performed or remain pending for exchanges).
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In most countries if you arrest a spy she/he will receive a death penalty. See the problem? You can spy but when it is known you will pay the costs and you will be punished. Is that normal to you?
In this case US deserves to be sanctioned, economically, politically and in any possible way. If it is not, it is because those countries are either not capable to punish the US or
Right now I am in trouble with cold water in the shared bathroom in the hostel university has provided to me. In 40s it is a bit hard to take it. For the past 15 months this has been the story (except the few days in between I went to different conferences and stayed at hotel).
In general yes, I have enjoyed buying household equipment one by one with my ex-wife and building the life (that was eventually ruined after 10 years by a cheating wife). After my father died (I was 18) I left the home and did not have any support. So I have seen lots of difficulties in my life
The more DPI craze has just started. We are going to have more DPIs on monitors and graphics cards will compete to bring the same speed of lower resolutions to them. The unfortunate thing is that the moore's law is at its practical limits (for now) so more capable CPUs might become more expensive and consume more power.
I personally hate the noise of those fans and the heat coming from under my table. I don't do games but I use the GTS-450 (joke? ha?) for scientific computing.
Exactly. The new Intel GPUs (those on Haswell) do better than entry level NVidia and ATI dedicated graphics.
No! Just recompile open source ones and run
See a list of ported software here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2092348
Vote positive (to even slightly pro-MS posts) and you will no more receive voting points. I have huge amount of positive karma (tens of +5 posts) but after I voted a few of these up, I receive no more voting points.
Btw. I have never worked for any American company or organization (let alone MS). I have been using Linux since 15 years ago on servers but windows on most workstations. I have developed mostly for *nix, Java and at the same time C++ for Windows.
So don't assume the votes on
Isn't Junos a proprietary open source? I guess others could not use it. Am I not right?
and why not show those proof or at least one of them to public to prove the case?
The windows 7 start button did not do a huge work too. It brought a list of shortcuts (and a search for shortcuts).
It is a proprietary software with open source. It means you will pay at least $ 599
Could you tell us why in the hell I should contribute to such a thing?
Besides, it does not mean they can sustain the reaction for a long time.
I guess the reactions are still too short to be useful for energy production.