Or I could just go to another site for free.
If several "another sites" in a row all have paywalls, anti-adblock, or other annoyances, how many such "another sites" are you willing to try to visit before giving up?
Who'd'a thought the DNC would favor a centrist party insider over a left-leaning outsider? (The Bernie camp has been complaining about this since day one.)
Who'd'a thought the internet is full of hax0rs that break into any and every system they can and proclaim that they've done something earthshaking?
Who'd'a thought Assuange would try to spin it as something to do with the Hillary server scandal?
Who'd'a thought a campaign manager would have made an outrageous claim?
Who'd'a thought the opposing campaign manager would make a vacuous counter-claim?
Who'd'a thought Slashdot would run with such a nothing-burger story when there are actually interesting things going on in the world?
I take my subject back - a yawn overrates the whole thing.
I do not, nor have I ever, used my personal cell phone for work purposes. Key work people may have the number for emergency purposes, but it's made clear that me providing that number is a serious point of trust, and that it should never be used except for the most dire circumstances. My work cell not answering doesn't count. Clients are to *never* get that number.
About a year ago, I took a job where they don't provide a phone. I chose instead to purchase a separate line that is used entirely for business. Only a few personal contacts have the number (parents and wife, basically). If I ever leave the company, the line gets disabled (phone was purchased off contract) so I don't have to field calls from clients. Even if I choose to use the phone with a new employer, it will get a different number. The cost of the phone and extra line comes off taxes each year.
When traveling internationally, the phone gets backed up, wiped, and reinitialized with a separate ID that has no links to the old except for necessary work contacts. Something similar happens to the notebook. After returning home, what little new data is present is backed up, then the pre-trip backups are restored.
All devices are fully encrypted, so reinitialization gets a fully clean start.
Eliminating the NES from the equation:
Likewise with the game Pirates Love Daisies.
In your previous example the application in question is native to the NES so it seems you've already made up your mind. Just provide the native NES ROM file
What you describe sounds like "cost per action". I've seen where that has gone in the past with networks like CPALead where sites require you to sign up for a free trial of something (with your credit card number so it can auto-renew) or download and install a Windows-only, binary-only application before a page will display.
No rail shooter game has ever made it big
Since when did Nintendo's Star Fox and Star Fox 64 not make it? Or are they something other than a rail shooter because of the all-range levels in Star Fox 64?
In addition to the MDA-with-graphics Hercules Graphics Card (HGC), Hercules also made a CGA clone called the Hercules Color Card designed to coexist with the HGC. I don't know if it's compatible enough to run the 8088 MPH demo. This was followed by a 16-of-64-color card comparable to EGA, called the Hercules InColor Card. But you're correct that no well-known Hercules card could do 256 explicit colors.
Many Android app developers only upload their apps to Google Play.
Then ask the developers to also upload to Amazon (if proprietary) or F-Droid (if free).
Using the value of a variable before it is declared produces undefined behavior. Giving a variable a value when you declare it reduces the possibility that undefined behavior will occur.
The Windows license alone would eat much of the $99 MSRP.
The problem with a projected keyboard is that you can't feel where your fingers are relative to the edges of the keys. This causes typos because the user is unable to rapidly adjust his fingers to stay centered on the keys for the rest of the phrase. Virtual gamepads on a touch screen have the same problem.
2560x1440 phone on 1280x720 display produces full-scene antialiasing.
Gotcha. I still get people who ask about it occasionally (I work in computer support for a living) so I'm used to giving the spiel. Since Slashdot was one place it got repeated a lot my sarcasm detector was turned off
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