Or this one?
Or this one?
diamonds are not that seldom and there are a number of well known process to artificially create them. The tingle of luxury or uniqueness about them is due to a well guarded monopoly on the supply and distribution side and fine marketing. Linking the mineral to engagement in a mainstream sexually repressive culture like they have in large parts of NA was a mature feat for deBeers and basically it is frustrated testosterone which gives the tingle and wow to all those diamond stories like this one.
just to add my 2c this is very good news, I appreciate each of these changes and it is very good to see a dev active and responding again, after so long.
picking https as the first is reasonable and IPv6 and utf8 will hopefully follow soon.
Thanks for this change of modus operndi!
automated since win10
gonna be fun then,
for we'll have to root the fridge, the smart bulbs, the smoke detectors, each of them or we cannot change the hosts file.
Now with evry downloaded firmware update your lightbulbs (each of them) go into blinking mode and, since they are rooted and cannot install the update silently, you have to address and fastboot them, one by one, and then re-root, and then reinstall the edited hosts file, and reboot the bulb.
Possible, but not feasable
was'nt it the smart tv which sends a live stream of the living room to servers in Korea?
Now of course the IT guys there will do the same thing Snowden reported of the NSA folks, sharing the best among themselves. Sooner or later those find their way to a tumblr of xhamster, posted from there to your fav pr0n chat and that's how you get to lnow your wife's lovers.
And vice versa.
In the long run this will void a lot of hyprocisy
If a key which is in the hands of a company (Apple, Huawei,
Just like email sent to a @gmail.com account or company secrets in an office365 account. Your grandma and neighbour won't get there, police/law enforcement will have sever problems. But 3LetterAgencies of many governments will read it if they want to.
The universe appears to be faulty.
(A)bort, (R)etry, (I)gnore ?
(opera 32.0.1948.25 on Arch Linux succeeds to crash and restart)
Komm schon, spucks aus
Crashes (or more precisely: starts to redirect and then proceeds to close down all instances) as soon as I hit enter
Chromium Version 45.0.2454.93 (64-bit) on Arch Linux
I installed the technical preview into a virtual machine but then I forgot about it and never started the thing for all these months. I'l probably 'upgrade' one of the win7 vm but I'm not in a hurry.
I think I will celebrate the big day in my own way, about time to upgrade KDE 4 to KDE5...
That feature will have a half life time in the range of days.
MS is so focussed to make 10 a winner they will flip the default faster than we can get really upset about it.
Venus having active volcanos would be hot though.
Fixed that for you