Maybe he misspelled it the first time.
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Double negatives are totally awesome, and there's no reason to think they're bad.
I have long wanted to know what photo viewing software they have on all the CSI and other style shows. They can take a blurry picture of a big area and zoom into a reflection in a window and tell you the license plate of car in the reflection or zoom into other things that all the software I have can't do.
Hastur is nothing compared to Candlejack! All you have to do is say his nam....
That's not the only problem here. In many places the exact details of the TPP have been deliberately kept secret. We know there are stricter copyright provisions proposed, but what ELSE is in there?
When I lived in Alaska I could tell how cold it was based on the time it took for my snots to freeze up my nose.
What sound does THAT make?
My friends and I play a variation of this where all players bid at the same time - close your hand, pump twice and on three then show the number of fingers that is your bid. If the total matches the exact number of tricks, the dealer must change their bid up or down by one. This method stops players from reconsidering their bid based on other players. It also leads to some occasions where we are overbid or underbid by several tricks.
No NO NOOO!!!! The first rule of Slashdot is never EVER start a 'lowest UID' fight. The sub-10Ks will be all over it like a rash.
Shh, everyone quiet, maybe we are lucky and haven't woken them up...
I'm not sure it matches with the modern Hollywood sci-fi formula.
Maybe this is exactly why people ARE excited.
I've been on Slashdot long enough that I can remember when Bennett Haselton was named Jon Katz....
This is possibly the most sensible post in the thread. Bravo!
You can get awesome at anything in much less than 10,000 hrs if you have a montage.
Not quite - the 'X=
Perhaps he was dictating.
Now, all this said, if there was an EASY way for me to have Dropbox-like functionality against an S3 endpoint where *I*/AWS runs the box, I'd be game
Have a look at owncloud.