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Wait For Windows 7 SP1, Support Firm Warns Users

GoodbyeBlueSky1 Re:Say what? (433 comments)

Right-click c:\users\[username]\My Documents, choose properties, find the Location tab. You're welcome.

more than 5 years ago

George Carlin Dead of Heart Failure

GoodbyeBlueSky1 Re:Smiling down. (583 comments)

Obviously you're not much of a fan of the man or you'd have gotten the joke.

more than 6 years ago



Free Speech Advocate Talks AO Games

GoodbyeBlueSky1 GoodbyeBlueSky1 writes  |  more than 6 years ago

GoodbyeBlueSky1 (176887) writes "Will practical censorship of video games be the best path to more creative freedom in the future, or will this approach backfire? Adam Thierer, First Amendment champion and director at Washington D.C. think-tank The Progress & Freedom Foundation, believes the industry should show caution when introducing games rated AO by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) into the mainstream. He believes that "the fact that AO-rated games are currently kept off the major consoles and off the shelves at some major retailers (ex: Wal-Mart and Target) is probably the most important thing holding back a full-on legislative assault on video games.""


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