what was the question again?
what was the question again?
it could be worse, it could be learning from american politics....
i am outraged, and may comment soon. but right now i'm laughing too hard at all the fucking idiots who willingly give the likes of google and facebook and twitter their telephone number, especially their private, not in phone books, cell phone number.... hahahahahaha.
well, here it's 'winter' or 'road construction' so.. kinda like voting. lesser of two evils nobody wants.
TV Shows now include Twitter names and hashtags quite regularly as watermark bugs
those same tv shows used to do the same thing with aol keywords... online, nothing lasts forever except embarrassing photos shared by teenagers.
you won't have anything to worry about then, there's no way in hell cbs will pick up a new series based on "old" star trek. they have already chosen the direction of the star trek franchise with the release of the last star trek movie (i.e. the fucked-up reboot).
of course we know that server errors are 500s codes, not 400s.. and that is essentially what this is.. the server (or client's upstream) is taking the action... not the client.
so i propose that the number instead be...
HTTP/1.1 507 SOL
It will be interesting to see how they will handle this.
windows 7 is nearly as easy to pirate as windows xp was.... so it's pretty obvious what chinese users will do when the time comes.
okay.. how about apple's way:
there. much better.
the difference is, the apps use apple's storefront, apple's payment gateway, apple's software and update distribution, apple's ad network, etc, etc, etc. apple is earning their cut.
netflix is ONLY using internet bandwidth that has ALREADY been bought and paid for by them and by their customers. isp's have already made their money on providing the pipes, they don't deserve a penny of netflix revenues, or any 'tax' or 'surcharges' from their customers.
perhaps, but i would absolutely LOVE a laptop i could rip the screen off of and use as a touch-enabled tablet... and it could even run windows 8, i wouldn't fucking care, just to get my hands on the hardware.
paint shop pro has worked for me for years... still use version 9 (have newer, but 9 is the sweet spot for me).. corel's kinda fucked it up, but it's still more than usable, and still beats paying adobe's prices.
the 100 million figure also probably includes a pile of volume licenses.. but those seats mostly remain on XP or 7.
since that was a limited-time offer... does that key still work? or is it now gone forever since his 'windows 8 with media center' took a dump?
i miss those super large fries and coke!
(although the mcd here has recently added the option back on the menu but doesn't call it 'super sized' - probably due to the unwarranted previous negative publicity -- and ya that documentary too).
panic: kernel trap (ignored)