Yeah, when you someone eat it.
Yeah, when you someone eat it.
Huh? The larger kindle is out now. I saw someone on the train with it. Woudln't get the large one myself, but it's there if you want it.
"I think that no matter where you stand on the political spectrum, the Internet has allowed you to broaden your horizons"
Or more likely the internet provides a convenient place to get opinions that agree perfectly with mine, so why should I read a newspaper that I sometimes disagree with and that is therefore stupid and wrong and biased?
"They also run what I believe is an illegal international lottery with respect to their "trading" card games in their MMOs."
Wait, what? When did a magic the gathering clone become a way of winning money? Why is trading in quotes?
Helpful hint: your argumentative points have more weight when you don't sound like a complete loon trying to make sinister conspiracies out of mundane card games.
I suspect the issue is that it's a large company. There are bound to be areas that are exciting and interesting and filled with motivated people, and there are going to be areas of the company that
There seem to be two points in the article and summary. The one that makes sense is that the slowness of the merger is murdering Sun's business. The other is that the slowness is causing people to leave. I doubt the latter is true. People do not want to work for Oracle, fast merge or slow merge.
Huh, did you join the goons or their subsidiaries or something? (somethingawful regulars). I've been in a number of corps and no one expects me to help them build their ship, or steals stuff. Most money-making enterprises are beneficial for everyone involved, and there are plenty of basic things you can do to secure guild assets.
"... you suspect that your opponents cheat
In other words, they won.
Go on, try to find an online game where when you win, you aren't accused of cheating.
This site will never work without owning nearly everything about the game experience. And even then it's tricky.
It is, they're saying they should use the $300 million data center that already exists instead of buying a new one.
Why is a basic reading comprehension failure modded insightful?
This metallic ape speaks the truth. It looks beautiful, and does so even on non-top-end machines. (So no AoC ridiculousness.) It has a few neat gimmicks (wings, somewhat less stupid pvp, amazing customization.)
But it is, at root, the same game as WoW, EQ2, LOTRO, etc. It's a very polished, fun version, but don't expect it to change the game, shake up the boxes, or think outside any paradigmotrons.
Actually Aion looks pretty impressive even on modest gpus, and that's with dozens and dozens of people running around. So I hear.
Unsustainable? You've watched too much Dr Strangelove. B-52s don't breed.
Or maybe it's the dozens of people I knew in college addicted to various versions of the game and unwilling to pay money for most anything. So no, I don't think this is just some victimless leetness contest.
Problem is, and all jokes about single engineers aside, that means the spouse has to find something viable in that location as well. Some professions are pretty portable, others aren't. But it's not just about where you can lure a single person.
Plus, if you lose your job, suddenly you're in Toledo where there's not that many other companies. At least in the Bay Area, you know you have multiple options to switch to should you want to. Without having to sell your house which no one wants or needs to buy. (Admittedly this is a chicken-and-egg problem; if enough companies move to Toledo or wherever, this goes away.)
Yeah, why do people complain that you're deriving enjoyment from their labor, their primary way of life, and not compensating them in any way. What selfish jackasses, eh?
I cannot conceive that anybody will require multiplications at the rate of 40,000 or even 4,000 per hour ... -- F. H. Wales (1936)