-The Secret World (just released!)
And that's just the big, well-known titles. I'm sure if you start reading a quality gaming blog like Rock Paper Shotgun you'll be up-to-date on some great indie titles as well in no time at all, sir. (also take a look at things like the Humble Indie Bundle, sometimes these bundles contain really well written adventure games (and they always contain games with Linux support)
We've also seen the resurrection of franchises like Fallout, and Deus Ex, while not having extremely well written dialogue (with the possible exception of Fallout: New Vegas, which was made by Obsidian instead of Bethesda), they are still worth playing for the world and the story the players themselves can write through their actions.
It seems to me like you are ill-equiped to handle server hosting. If you're asking these kinds of questions it may honestly be wiser to just let a third party handle this task for you, so you can handle your main job: serving customers. How about you host your SQL database at one of the many hosting providers willing to tackle this for you? I bet a simple Google query would result in thousands of hits. But as seems to be the trend with Ask Slashdot lately: you probably didn't want to hear this answer.
http://bit.ly/LaHOeu (I know how Slashdot frowns upon URL shortners, but I assure you, the person asking the question definitely needs to learn that Slashdot isn't a damn search engine).
Without that he said that without that conventional modes of democracy could be extinct within two decades as the younger generation would not vote in a conventional physical polling booth, which could lead to “very serious conflict between the generations.”
And I bet the servers will have to be secured by Karpersky Antivirus, right? He is basically creating his own future market. Smart guy.
But seriously, democracy doesn't need and has never needed people who are too lazy to vote influencing the outcomes of elections for its perceived legitimacy
As for the "very serious conflict between the generations", the younger generation would only have themselves to blame, and most likely if they are too lazy to vote they will be too lazy to riot. Or, to reverse it a bit: if they have enough free time to set up riots and generation conflicts, they might as well vote.
I'd like to know where that mythical country is that respects your Internet privacy and doesn't subject you to damage from arbitrary and invalid copyright claims. I haven't found it (...).
Sweden. You should try PRQ.se, they host TPB. But they also offer Dedicated servers and Tunnels and anonymizers.
"Usually?" It's happened once.
I know im kind of a black sheep around here, but Expression Web & Visual Studio Web combined make a pretty solid base...
Yeah, Expression Web is pretty useful, it's like having a CSS2,3 and HTML handbook at the ready all the time. The WYSIWYG stuff is just an added bonus, the real value (for me) is how you can quickly edit properties.