I vaguely wondered about flash over the weekend just gone, as I reinstalled Windows. Then I forgot about it and installed the various programmes I use, (Office, Photoshop, Chrome). I won't need it at all it seems.
I'm not sure I understand you correctly. Since the EU was formed, (or, more precisely, it's previous incarnations as the common Steel market, Common Market etc) Europe has been at war with itself no times. Over the previous 15 centuries or so since the fall of the Roman Empire, there has been no period of peace as long. I would say the EU has been nothing but success, as it has prevented young men like my Father from being drafted into an army and sent to fight a bunch of young men he had no real quarrel.
The only job I've been drug tested for is my current one. The factory guys are all drug tested randomly, and management decided that it was only fair if everyone had to be tested too. I'm not sure if it has any relevance, but the company is American owned, (but I'm not in America). Luckily for me my drug of choice is made with water, grain, hops and yeast.
I won't buy it, I won't have one even if they give them away. I won't ever buy a Sony product again, due to their shoddy rubbish failing repeatedly just outside the warranty period, (2 x Playstations, 2 x TV's).
I'm not in The UK, but my teenagers tell me that the IT teachers they have seem to be one chapter ahead of them in the text book, and are not terribly confident of their subject knowledge. For instance my year 12 son, (16 years old), helped the teacher set up a DHCP server for the class lab, as he had done it before at home with me, but the teacher had never actually done it, just read about it.
In my view Sim City 2000 was the best version of the game ever, but I haven't actually played all of them, so maybe there is a better one somewhere.
So according to Clapper, the North Koreans connected to Sony's network through proxies, except when they didn't, also we're still trying to determine how the North Koreans accessed Sony's network. Clapper just sounds completely out of his depth here, no clue about what went on and probably doesn't even understand the briefings he will have been given.
Exactly. Helmets don't protect heads from concussion, mouthguards do, make them compulsory, take away the huge pads and helmets, make tackles above the shoulder illegal, problem solved.
I'm not surprised they still do this, and no, it is not done at night, just at midday.
I love "New Zealand - pretty, but cold". It's about right, except for the top bit of the North Island, which is neither.
This is my experience too, and the experience of most of the people who belong to the camera club I belong to. Flickr is finished really, the MySpace of photography.
Not anymore they're not, all the photographers I know, (quite a lot of amateur club photographers) are leaving Flickr in droves. The club I belong to have closed our Flickr account too.
"It logs the non-clinical information on 80 million people in Britain " when the population of Britain is about 64 million.
The second part of your post is why they're in trouble. I won't buy any of their products either. Neither will lots of other people.
And I can prove it. Here in the Southern Hemisphere the last three months have been much colder than the preceeding three months, so there!