I say we keelhaul 'em all!-Renegade (November 26, 2014, 06:44 PM)
What did you expect? They are the grandsons of criminals exiled to down under. I say burn them all. But only after we pile stakes through them.
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The current state of IP is such a complete disaster that there's really nothing that can be done other than to tear the whole thing down.
Should people be compensated for creating things? Sure.
Who should compensate them? The people that use/consume the creation.
But that's not what happens now, even without piracy. The MAFIAA taxes blank media. That's not just compensation because it steals from people who aren't consuming MAFIAA creations.
One. Big. Mess.
Burn it down.-Renegade (November 23, 2014, 08:58 PM)
The United States Marshals Service had my blog taken down today. (I have it back up now.) My registrar is in the US, but my hosting provider is in Canada. I want to ditch everything to do with the US and get all my domains into Canada. (I ditched my server in Texas to host with a Canadian company in Canada.)-Renegade (November 15, 2014, 06:53 AM)
No other practical difference.-eleman (November 11, 2014, 05:58 PM)
Forgive a Turbo-Newb butting where he doesn't belong, but I think it makes a TON of "practical" difference!!
When you change a "bit" addressing amount, you unlock things that weren't possible before. Lots of examples. Discuss.-TaoPhoenix (November 11, 2014, 06:36 PM)
When I started using Firefox regularly a few years ago I did find it slowed down and would crash when I had a lot of tabs open. Over time it has improved. But I noticed a real speed improvement when I installed extensions "Ad Block Plus" and "Do Not Track Me" - I think the reason is that Ads and tracking are loaded and take time and memory. I use Session Manger and was using TabGroups Manager - would sometimes get up to 500 tabs open and I did not feel it slow down - I do have 16GB of memory and an i7 processor. Now did it crash occasionally - yes and that is why to use Session Manger and save backups regularly. I do push the number limit it seems with tabs. Recently my Firefox crashed and would not open so I created a new profile and reloaded my extensions and am now trying Tab Mix Plus. I do find the need to group is necessary. TabGroups Manager is good I like that it gives a number count for each tab group and Tab Mix Plus does not. Tab Mix Plus gives a lot more control over tab and toolbar appearance also. open tab count widget gives a total count of tabs open. Caution - you may have some trouble, like me, playing audio or video sometimes - if I trust the site I will unblock it in Do Not Track Me, sometimes I have to copy the url and open it in another browser that is not blocking.-kenmuse (October 30, 2014, 07:18 PM)
I think the only one I was really happy with was the AMD 5200+ Dual Core. That machine ran smooth and quiet. It performed fairly well considering it only had 2 GB ram. But it had one of those crippled Intel on the motherboard video chips with only 8 MB ram on the chip.-MilesAhead (October 22, 2014, 06:20 PM)
Have you heard of this new invention called the wheel?-eleman (October 20, 2014, 11:59 AM)
oh we don't have it here in UK
where are you based? do you have it?-kalos (October 20, 2014, 12:04 PM)
Saffron survived anesthesia and just got back home to begin some rest and recuperation-mouser (August 06, 2014, 05:44 PM)