Lately, Yahoo has been nagging me to not use anything but their official apps and web interface to access my email. I guess this news is why.
Screw that. I pay $20/yr for SMS/IMAP access to my email there. That means I get to use Thunderbird and iOS Mail, and they get to keep their servers secure.
I use Yahoo mail regularly, mostly for job search and other official biz. I joined years ago and was able to get [firstname].[lastname]@yahoo.com for each member of my family when they started allowing the dot to be used left of the 'at.'
(For personal email and website registrations I use my earthlink address.)
Bing seems to be MADE for searching for porn images.
Whoever designed its UI did it one handed.
AC posts are part of Slashdot culture. If you want to change the site into something unrecognizable, then eliminate AC.
If the trolling bugs you, read at +1.
What's needed are smarter, more practical mod labels.
Wait. Are we talking hot schoolgirl panties or babushka bloomers?
+1 Insightful. Spent all my mod points yesterday, so have a virtual one.
Umm... this is just a SWAG, but I estimate that the cost of recovering gold from an asteroid is orders of magnitude than recovering it from the Earth's core. Heck, we haven't even reached the mantle with the most ambitious drilling program.
run time in reverse (JUST IN THE SIMULATION)
Thanks for that clarification. Wouldn't want to get a ticket for a causality violation or anything...
Call it what it is: religiously fundamentalist motivated mass murder.
It wasn't terrorism. It was most certainly NOT intended to bring about any political or policy change, or even make a political statement.
It was lethal grade bigotry, inspired by a fundamentalist upbringing - fundamentalist Islam vs Christian is moot.
Whoever thought this was a good idea is a fucking idiot.
This has been a feature of Yahoo Web Mail for years, and I would wager it was conceived at GMail, though I don't use it so I'm only guessing.
When you paste a URL into Yahoo Mail you get a little mini menu that allows you to make it just a plain hyperlink, or even plaintext. I'm hoping Apple steals that too.
Entropy requires no maintenance. -- Markoff Chaney