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Comment Re:Where I live, OpenStreetMap is much better... (Score 0) 263

I have reported many errors that I have found on Google Maps to the team using the tiny "Send Feedback" link in the lower right corner and they have always sent me a response when the issue has been resolved. It takes a month or two but they are listening and fixing. I regularly contribute to OpenStreeMap as well. I use many different map sources/software/apps and pick the appropriate one for my situtation.

Comment Re:Oh, they're a big company, (Score 0) 527

Same here. I have a Windows 10 Pro machine that was upgraded from Windows 8.1 and I have not seen that. I also have a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro on a bootcamp partition on my MacBook Pro where I have also not experienced any of those things. Is it a difference between Pro and Home?

Comment Re:Tiny Tiny RSS (Score 0) 287

I just installed it on my linode server and it works great with the 400+ feeds that I exported from Google Reader. I also installed the Android app since I read most of my news during my commute and so far it seems pretty solid. It could use automatic downloading for offline reading and some other little things but otherwise very usable especially since it syncs my read articles with the server. It's all open source so maybe I will give a shot at adding some functionality myself.

Submission + - Red Dwarf to Return in 2010 (ganymede.tv)

An anonymous reader writes: During this weekend's Dimension Jump XV (the official Red Dwarf fan club convention), it was announced that UK freeview cable network Dave has commissioned six new Red Dwarf episodes. Set to be released some time in 2010, it is strongly hinted that these episodes will be filmed before a live studio audience.
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Actor Matt Smith Will Be 11th Doctor Who 330

Jerry Smith was among a large number of readers letting us know that the 11th Doctor Who has been named. It's Matt Smith, 26, who will be the youngest actor to play the time-traveling Doctor. The head of drama at BBC Wales said this about Smith's audition: "It was abundantly clear that he had that 'Doctor-ness' about him. You are either the Doctor or you are not."

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