Yuse teh forks, Louke.
Yuse teh forks, Louke.
It's actually a self-secluding underground survival community for rich yuppies being deployed incrementally to save excavation cost.
As a hard-core MMORPG'er, I got fed up with the wasted resources being hogged up by unwanted crap like Cortana and went back to Win 7, which amazingly enough still runs all of my work-related Rockwell and Siemens stuff just fine. Screw Windows 10.
Because Russians remember the 20+ million they lost in WW2 and are never going to let 1941 happen again. They are justifiably paranoid. That's what Westerners do not get about the Russian national psyche. They trust no one, especially the US.
Putting "tools" together forms an engineering team? Many maintenance techs would agree with that.
Somebody mod up. "Use it or lose it" is a very dangerous situation for all concerned, and why first-strike systems of any kind are so destabilizing.
Considering the repetitive, scripted coverage of "news" by the media, I would assert that most journalists have practiced robotic performance for a long time.
And the Chair Force is working on moon-based drone submarine interceptors, because we can't have a Nukular* Space Planes gap.
Idiots, all of them.
*Grammar Nazi Disclaimer: intentional colloquial misspelling for sarcastic effect. Do carry on.
If a group of people enjoy building systems and playing games that are beyond the ability of a bunch of bird flappers and mole whackers, why not?
Does that mean we have to dumb down game specs so Rufus the Dufus can play it on a cheap LG tablet?
For what some tablet-pokers spend on Starbucks or Chipotle every year they could probably afford a decent Xidax or Alienware that would at least get them into the mix, though not in the uber 1337 league. You get what you pay for.
OTOH, maybe the games, at least some of them, that have way more depth and complexity than Farmville are just "too hard" for some folks.
So what? Everyone can't shoot hoops against Labron. Everyone can't afford an F1 car. Life just isn't fair, in jobs, relationships, or gaming. Get over it.
You win the internets today.
TFA is right to point out the chat and social media alternatives. Besides quicker (and often friendlier) response, it's kind of nice to have a support tech or engineer paste a code fix or solution example straight into a chat window for instant use. This particularly works wonders with a certain German electrical, medical, and automation megalith who I will not name.
That was my first thought too. FSB or GRU impersonates a "friendly" LEA, and hey, presto!
8. Lack of need. I got everything I could possibly need out of the box on my phone. No need for redundant adware apps.
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Except J. Edgar Hoover, Female Body Impersonator.
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