It's not just a little bit of water. It's huge amounts. Enough to cover the capital of the United States.
Why is a "full time job" not included in this? Working 8 hours was not the norm in the past, and shouldn't be now. Doing anything for so long is not healthy. It's a shame the world moves to this.
Uh.. I guess I'm nobody then. And so is my list of about 15 people I chat everyday on it with.
I like Windows Live Messenger.. it's simply, it doesn't suck like Skype, and it doesn't require Facebook. I use gTalk sometimes too, but that seems to be an Android user thing; people with iPhones rarely use gTalk, even when logged into GMail. As it is, this really pisses me off, because I really like Windows Live Messenger. It's going to be a real mess for me to find one way to talk to all these people after it goes away..
The main who claimed ownership of 50%...
How did nobody notice that doesn't say man?
As the submitter, you're quite right, I threw in BitCoin because it's an interesting idea to think of when it comes to currency.
I'm glad you appreciated why it was in there, and then explained it better than I could have.
Who would be dumb enough to pay the same price as a 3rd generation device to guinea pig a 1st gen device from a company that is known to suck at first releases?
I'm guessing, people who don't know that Microsoft is known to suck at first releases.
I do both Java and C#/ASP.NET/MVC4 projects, and I have to say, Java is terrible. I never want to touch it again.
Oh, well I am. From the future, I mean. See you tomorrow.
If this was "made public" today, why is there so many articles from August 20th, when it was submitted? This is total bullshit, posted by Ars, just to try and get publicity with the iPhone 5 release tomorrow.
And for the record, I am not an Apple apologist, and I own a Galaxy S3. But I mean, bullshit is bullshit.
I've been watching the protests unfold all day, and I have to say, watching (a few) barbaric idiots kill and riot over a video (that I watched) is intensely irritating.
I'm not a US citizen, and I've been pretty hard on the US about their government and decisions, and the wars they have fought. But honestly, as of today, I would strongly support any military reaction they have to these kind of ridiculousness.
Judging by comments I see on all of the west's news posts about these events, I am not alone. The west is finally starting to get pissed off with these cry-babies. Thank you YouTube for leaving this on, and the US should embrace it as a symbol of free speech, and use it as a rallying point to get support for more war. Even if that war is simply to further political and corporate ambition. I mean, why not?
Where are the calculations that go with a calculated risk?