Who will first want to reduce his bandwidth bill by compressing better the images he serves ? Flickr ? Google ? imgur ? Facebook ? What about hardware vendors ?
That short init config sure looks nice, but right away I notice something wrong about it. wtf is it doing in
This is the problem with systemd, on the surface it looks great, but underneath its ugly as hell. Not what I am accustomed to when dealing with unix systems. Nor something I can adapt to when I have hundreds to look after.
I have no choice but to subscribe to the notion that gamers should stick to Candy Crush and avoid philosophy.
LOL. Thank-you for that. I can now stop reading these comments and move on to the next topic.
Mike, get ready. I would not at all be surprised if they purloin your backstory idea from TWA!
So it could have been distributed as a Gift, right?
Is there a gifting option for iTunes?
Can I buy an album for someone else and do they have to opt in on the 'gift' or is it just an automatic purchase for their delivery preference?
Ahh, the mysteries of this mostly unused service I have at my beck and call!
I would argue that employers are definitely interested in increased productivity from employees, but they will certainly settle for the appearance of productivity.
At the risk of going off-topic, a twice-a-day caffeine nap at work is not going to improve productivity nearly as much as a stand-up work station will. Not to mention that staying in a sedentary, sitting position 8+ hours a day is incredibly unhealthy and unnatural. Blast from the past from Mashable: http://mashable.com/2011/05/09...
I'd like to poll the collective slashdot crowd wisdom about if/which PDF related libraries, they have written software with, keeps them happy for *all* the above reasons. And if not happy with that all, what do they thing is the best bet for learning one piece of software in the area, with great reusability across different circumstances and little need for extra hacks?
ROTG is not at all a good answer; I'd really like to hear the smoked out war stories. It is easy to obtain a list of such libraries, yet tricky to understand how many obtained success with them!
And thusly, as Philip K Dick correctly asserted in 1973: The Empire never ended.
I hope people aren't really surprised by the fact that our history of illustrious leaders never intended for there to be a true democracy anywhere in the world. I mean, that's mob rule after all and we can't have that!
New crypt. See /usr/news/crypt.