World of goo, penny arcade. Via wine I play many mass market titles.
The onlive experience cannot be better, as it prevents me from having the games when I want how I want. I have no interest in renting games, I like to play games from 20 years ago.
Microsoft designers probably get paid a lot of money to add the right knobs and buttons. Apple designers probably get paid a lot of money to remove the right knobs and buttons.
There are two types of fool in this world, the first believes that it has more knobs therefore it is good and the second beleives it as less knobs therefore it is good.
Realistically you dont need more or less knobs, you need the right knobs that allow you to perform whatever function you need. Microsoft gets this one right far more often then Apple, sometimes if only through the overkill you mentioned. Most people would rather have more functions then they need then less funtions and missing the one they need.
I only rarely look back at notes I've taken, and then, usually only for specific details: due dates, a URL or book title the instructor mentioned, and so forth. Nevertheless, I take notes in most of my classes -- because the effort to maintain focus on what the instructor is saying, think about how to express it, and write it out, is a significant aid to memory. I find that lectures in which I thought I was paying close attention, but did not take notes, I do not remember as well as the ones for which I took notes -- despite my not reviewing the notes.
I use pen and paper, but mostly because I don't own a laptop anyway. As far as that goes, I'd think, whatever works for you.
Yep, went with skepticism because most of the other choices are pre-reqs for it. Especially shurikens.
Suddenly P2P programs can't get accredited anywhere, regardless of their legitimate use because they 'don't meet standards' or other such vague explanation, and exorbitant fees are charged for processing applications that cut the smaller players out of the market.
You know, kinda like the app store.
Greetings from Orion, RAW Here. You just lost the right to have Fnord in your name! Someone reject your app that you're that butt-sore about it?
Some of us like to work for reasons beyond simple money.
Perhaps you made the wrong job choice, my sympathies.
It's never to late to find something you like to do (accepting financial reality.)
Who knows: If you like it you might even be good at it?
Or perhaps you are just fucking lazy.
I would go stir crazy without something useful to do.
If I were independently wealthy I would have to construct a job like activity to keep me busy. Perhaps 'making a small fortune in auto racing'? Bet I would work _more and harder_ doing that.
That said I prefer to spend my time 'solving technical puzzles/problems, usually with computers', not playing office politics with a bunch of morons.
How about 3 strikes for the artist: it would go something like "release 3 dogs and you're out"
Under the terms of the GPL, they are entitled to the source.
So are you and I. Can we sue [AFPA] as well?
Maybe. There are two ways to be compliant: ship the code with the product, or make it available to all. The latters applies to you and me; both the latter and the former apply to Edu4. They therefore have a much better case to make.
It's best to leave these lawsuits to the recipient or the copyright holder, but it is true that everyone in the world has the right that AFPA trampled on. Perhaps a class-action suit would be appropriate.
Time to take stock. Go home with some office supplies.