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That actually looks kinda nice.
I hate the way Ubuntu looks.
I hated Sense for the few months I used it on the EVO LTE. Major lagfest.
I switched the kushdeck’s CM builds and I haven’t look back yet. Booting up, and using, CyanogenMod 9 was a buttery smooth, orgasmic sensation in comparison to Sense.
My last name is far too short and common to do that.
My name is suitable for the “-” idea. The .net idea is interesting.
The regional domain names aren’t that bad, but I do agree that .me is very weird.
That is available. But my concern is that some people will think I forgot the “m” in “.com”.
By that convention, I would get (im.ng). The (.ng) is Nigerian. Which costs far more than I would like.
That would be Nigeria (.ng). And, from what I can tell, those aren’t exactly cheap.
20 days ago 12 comments
Here’s the thing, bailing out those firms was cheaper then to allow them to fail and cause massive losses in the FDIC, among other things. They are, quite literally, too big to fail.
Whereas, strictly speaking, Facebook and Google are not necessary to the US economy. Facebook could collapse tomorrow and the US economy would do fine.
That is the nature of capitalism. The market has spoken. The people will go with what earns them the most money. Those “ponzi scheme known as Wall Street” will offer however much it takes to attract a talented worker.
instead of engaging in actual engineering and innovation that keeps America #1.
You act like that’s an absolute necessity. Ever wonder what other countries would do to drag the US down a couple notches?
However, the US is in no danger of losing its spot. The majority of the European countries will probably go through chronic recession beginning in a few decades due to their low worker-to-retiree ratio in addition to their far more generous social programs. China has far too many internal problems to pose a real threat. Japan is facing the same crisis as Europe. India has too much corruption and infrastructure problems.
23 days ago on Report: US workers may meet demand for tech industry jobs, but the pay isn't enough 1 reply 3 recommends
Apparently you have never played Pandemic. . . . 122 can become millions infected in a matter of
You’re buying a $200 phone (upfront, if you’re in the US and going with a 2-year contract). 20 minutes isn’t that much to ask for something you’ll be using for the next 2 years.
HTS says that it “will transition to improved microphone designs once its inventory of STM microphones is exhausted.”
I believe you mean “HTC”.