How does that explain the fact that I had to manually type in the above quote, and I'm running Windows 7?
Pasting in an empty textbox. Typing first, then pasting. All works just fine for me. Chrome 8.0.552.215 on Windows 7 64-bit.
Yep, works just fine in Chrome 8.0.552.215 on Windows 7.
MechWarrior 2? Yeah, that was a good one.
I remember that game for its red/green 3D mode. Fun
Good observation. So it was a circus act. Somewhat entertaining though.
Reminds me of this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Maox0X8EELY
Disassembling and reassembling a jeep in 3:30. Although the jeep is a very simple construction.
Do you have an alternative to OneNote? I failed to find anything having the organizing capabilities combined with a capability to mix text and drawings and place them freely on a page.
Greetings from Germany and a special shout-out to ze narrator who has ze proper aczent for demonstrating zis particular game
And do not forget King Ralph!
There is Ribbon Hero for MS Office that uses similar mechanics: http://www.officelabs.com/ribbonhero
How did an Islandic member of parliament get access to the Swedish police records in the first place? This is the part that the OP refers to saying "In most civilized countries that would be cause for an investigation into the police".
Agreed. More relevant are bi-yearly vehicle safety inspections. And there was a big cash-for-clunkers program just recently.
> I've driven those roads. They were no more stressful than any given highway in the US.
The sister of my former boss works at Porsche. She hosts Americans who who personally fly in to pick up their cars (they have a vacation then get the car shipped to the US). Of cause, most of them drive straight from the factory to the Autobahn. And many of them do not manage to switch from the acceleration lane to the main lanes. So she has to picked them up. They are shocked and overwhelmed by dense yet fast traffic.
It is a pretty funny picture for any German
Warning: Generalisations ahead.
I truly believe it is a cultural difference with the people. Comment http://yro.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=1762764&cid=33337868 has it quite right, I believe. Companies are not placed equal to or above people's needs. Corporations are not people, they do not have equal rights. A popular argument in the U.S. is that investors' money and therefore their will is behind corporations. Corporations are mere extensions/avatars of people, and thus the legal construct "corporation" has to be treated as a placeholder of the people behind it and has to have equal rights and standing. In Europe, corporations are regarded more as a cumulation of money, not as a person and not as an extension of the investors mind and body.
Further. the power difference between an individual and a corporation is not taken as a force of nature but as something that can and should be countered. Whereas in the U.S., people seem to think "Well, corporation have these powers and resources, but that is because of the free market, therefore it is all good. We are not to interfere with that."
BTW: The article is a piss-poor automatic translation which does not convey the proper intentions of the proposed law, like forbidding cameras in wash rooms, changing rooms or rest rooms and generally allowing cameras in other areas (entrances, QA, etc.).
The only thing cheaper than hardware is talk.