Even latin1 (aka ISO8859-1) lacks a mu character.
Consider character code 0xB5 (181 decimal) in ISO/IEC 8859-1 (micro sign).
I'm trying to switch over to linux, but only if I can run lotro. I'm hoping eventually swtor will play in wine...but right now I'll be happy just playing lotro.
I was under the impression that "Lord of the Rings Online" worked well in Wine 1.4, is it not the case?
What GPU do you use? and what distro are you running?
There are other (more complex) voting systems. I believe that some form of graphical user interface is necessary, should one ever intend to introduce any of these more complex systems.
None of this solves the software patents problem in the USA. The software patents problem isn't caused by some bad apple applications slipping through the procedures. The problem is that software has to conform to standards (interfaces and data formats), and these are being covered by thickets of patents.
I think everyone concerned about this sad state of affairs should read Xiph's comments to the FTC Patent Standards Workshop. Their submission focuses on how software patents affect Standards Setting Organizations.
Please do read Daniel J. Solove's article:
"I've Got Nothing to Hide" and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy
This means while you are enjoying a show on hulu.com, a rogue flash ad could still spoil the fun
You might try Flashblock
Flashblock is an extension for the Mozilla, Firefox, and Netscape browsers that takes a pessimistic approach to dealing with Macromedia Flash content on a webpage and blocks ALL Flash content from loading. It then leaves placeholders on the webpage that allow you to click to download and then view the Flash content.
This case has already been judged in France. You are acually entitled to the full retail price of all programs installed on your pc. Of course the refund policies never refund this much. You have to go to court to get it.
Could you please provide a reference?
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (1) Gee, I wish we hadn't backed down on 'noalias'.