I bet that peabrain voted for Edwards… 🙄
Yeah, you better believe it…
On that note, I think it’s time the studios fired all WGA workers and hired new ones. We may loose some quality in the process, but in the longer run, the message will pay off. Short strikes are ok, but extended silliness like this should never go unpunished. If those writers don’t want to work, they should be fired so that they don’t have to. That way both parties win.
ZDnet has an article on how companies are better off using open source CMS products as opposed to in house created ones. This is something else I’ve literally been saying for years. There is no point in wasting money on hiring commercial or in house support when there is already a viable open source product surrounded by a free support community in existence.
This proves once again that communism doesn’t work. We aren’t all equal so it’s no use pretending we are.
Talk about hypocrisy… The guy responsible for publishing every user’s private details by default can’t take what he dishes out. Maybe he feels he’s entitled to more than everyone else due to being a member of the “chosen people”. 🙄
How about make their products affordable for the average computer user? Usually when you have a good product and you’re not Apple you lower its price.
I am once again very happy to be a Verizon Wireless customer. You just can’t beat legacy protocols.
Potential future clients: Read the above article on what not to do to a web designer.
And they have the balls to accuse us of having a police state…
With a new technology from Shell we could tell those Muslims to go screw themselves for good. Independence at last!
I like the idea of a commie-free video site. I just hope they’re more respectful of our 1st amendment rights than YouTube has been.
Looks like the cigarillo box myth is more than just a myth.
This would a very good addition to more than just the Internet. There truly is a need for more idiot filters.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was as yet uncharted territory in the area of Internet access?
(Just remember the date.)
And history repeats itself… Will Microsoft ever manage to build a standard compatible browser or will we developers have to sue them for damages for all the aggravation their bug infested app has caused us?
The channel 4 documentary is indeed a must see. Al Gore, the IPCC and all other leaders of the global warming cult should be tried for fraud and libel.
Soylent green alpha anyone?
Those silly Turks… When are nitwits like them going to realize that on the Internet, you can’t block access to specific sites? If Chinese users can circumvent their virtual wall, so can Turks who value their free speech.
It would be nice if this was an argument in favor of keeping them out of the EU, but it’s not as France has already demonstrated that even western countries are not immune from the infantile assumption that access to websites can be blocked for a whole country.
Wow, what a great economic giant… 🙄
I wonder how many more things Star Trek predicted with this much accuracy.
I smell another lawsuit…
A funny and interesting read on why Godzilla could never exist in reality.
This is old news by now, but The Police (Sting’s band) have re-awoken (they never officially split, so this is technically not a reunion) and will be touring the globe in the coming months.
This is very cool and if this is more than a “wanna make some easy money” tour like the Who have been doing, I can only hope that Sting will be happy to do “his thing” part time from now on so that we can have some more excellent records. If all original members of Black Sabbath and 3/4 of the Beatles managed to record two songs decades after splitting up, the Police should manage at least that much.
Now that is a creative way to “stick it to the man”.
“Why are the “perpetrators” the stupid ones? Why don’t the media rant about how stupid Boston’s authorities were to shut down the city because they thought light screens were a terrorist plot? And why does the Boston Globe write about “enraged” city officials rather than “foolish” officials?”
John Stossel gets it right again, even if he’s a bit late with his column. If anyone should be punished it’s the in-duh-viduals (HT: Dilbert) who reported the devices.
The above page explains at least in part why the federal government blacks out sensitive information instead of merely blurring it.
This could be filed under “things dumb people let others do to them.” Don’t be dumb, guard your card.
I wonder if I’ll be buying a Google Home branded house…
And I thought it was too early for such reviews…
At least that manual doesn’t include mistranslations.
Great ideas. While I have only noticed the absence of a few of those features in OS X, things like the changing of the theme are essential. Maybe Windows is still better after all… 🙂
Wouldn’t it be neat to have a house at that altitude (within the confines of your average city, not on a mountain)?