You're special, aren't you?
You're special, aren't you?
When they started this throttling thing, only a small number of video sources were "free" and I complained that this was a blatant violation of net neutrality.
But now they appear to be throttling all video across the board so all content is degraded equally. It's hard to argue that this isn't neutral.
Where's OS/2? What about BeOS?
Yeah, I would have crowdfunded Planet Express up to and including $300 and invited them to shut up while I did it.
I assume Fox would have cease-and-desisted that name, tho.
"Dear Diary: Today, I installed Linux on my PS3. It was a glorious day."
A friend's mom fell for the "cash our totally legitimate [wink wink] checks and money orders for us and you can keep ten percent" scam. They cleaned her out. I feel a little bad for her (more for him because guess who had to step up and cover bills and mortgage payments). But I don't feel a lot bad because she wasn't old and senile. She got greedy tunnel vision.
If some company has tens of thousands of dollars in legitimate checks and money orders to deposit, they can get a bank account. The bank will assign them a personal banker who will stroke their egos (at the very least) every time they walk in the door. They won't need to find random people on the internet to cash the checks for a 10% fee. That's ridiculous.
I'm trying to figure out how this differs from the Media Creation Tool.
Your experience with the Lenovo has been standard for large manufacturers for many years. Been that way at least as far back as XP. The BIOS contains the validation/authentication info.
When will someone go to prison for storing credit card information in plaintext? Put the VP in charge of that division in prison for 6 months and make the company pay restitution to the financial institutions that have to issue new cards with new account numbers. And $50 to each consumer because now they have to spend a couple hours updating their billing information with all of their online vendors.
There's no excuse for this shit.
Doesn't sound very successful if the thing you're stealing becomes worthless because you successfully stole it. Unless you have significant holdings in other crypto-currencies which will increase in value due to their better security.
Rolls-Royce said the zero-emission model, codenamed 103EX, showed the company "rejects the notion of anonymous, utilitarian and bland future modes of mobility."
While the outside might be flashy, that's the most bland, boring interior I've ever seen in a concept car. That interior looks like it belongs in a sub-$2000 car for some emerging market.
That's not a steering wheel. It's a directional hoop.
That one. I'll be in my bunk.
But that's one chunky monkey of a 13" laptop. If I want something that small it's because I want a small laptop. If I get a 17" laptop, it can be as chunky as it wants but a 13" model needs to be slim and light.
The only person who gets within a penis length of my wallet is me.
I ate there once just to try it. Yech. If I had to choose between identity theft and eating there again, it would be a tough choice. Exactly how much would I have to eat?