DPF is being extremely disingenuous
You mean people actual read what he says.
I thought they just go there to bitch about non tories.
Or to laugh at the commenters bitching about non tories.
How exactly will high-speed internet improve the economy?
Simple. When I finally get a tolerable internet connection, there is gonna be some serious deathmatch pwning.
Resulting in a happier more productive worker.
That or a more tired less productive worker.
Of course I will be retired before anything of the sort happens in my neighbourhood and I live in the Christchurch CBD.
I mistook Bob for Rob. lol
As I've stated countless times, the only people who care about DRM don't pay for music
As I've said countless times, Bollocks!
The problem is not that it exists, it's how it's implemented.
If you brought a CD, but were only allowed to listen to it on our car CD player and were forced to purchase another copy so you could listen to it on your living room stereo or if you upgrade you car CD player, then you would be bitching too.
That's what DRM does.
check out Amarok - the ipod touches work with it (you do have to root it first)
I can connect to my ipod nano using RhythmBox in Ubuntu. Does the mounting and everything automatically.
But of course you can't access the itunes store. Need to boot in to windows for that.
GTA: WalMart Mission Pack. Self-explanatory.
How about GTT. Grand Theft Trolley?
Just have to make sure I don't switch to FPS mode
A BFG would be just what one needs to handle the mall.
I'd rather be trapped in a lift with Jason Gunn
I've been in an elevator with Jason Gunn. It was a non event.
I spent the whole time perving at the woman he was with.
Hmmm, have no problem with viewing it on OnDemand. Though I have to do it at work, because of Adobe's half assed effort for Linux.
But I hear they have decided to play nice to linux now that Microsoft have invested in silverlight.
I only have to watch the first few minutes after the ad break, because I keep forgetting TV7s ad breaks are less than a minute and go off channel searching for a few minutes.
But what I really what to know is why it's impossible to turn the TV on and not be in the middle of an ad break?
I'm still getting the "sorry this content is not available to view" message, even after updating Flash and turning off my pop-up blocker. Is anyone else having this problem?
Not quite that problem, just the usual hassle of the crap version of Flash for Linux.
OnDemand worked, but it only downloaded the slow connection version which had horrible quality.