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Microsoft XBox One Kinect Will Not Work On Windows PCs

partyguerrilla Re:Microsoft seem determined (198 comments)

Cure, he's trying to cure pancreatic cancer.

about a year ago
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Firefox 22 Released, Boosts 3-D Gaming and Video Calls

partyguerrilla Re:Boosts 3-D Gaming and Video Calls (156 comments)

Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter.

about a year ago
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Firefox 22 Released, Boosts 3-D Gaming and Video Calls

partyguerrilla Re:Spot the odd one out (156 comments)

Scrolling horizontally is such a pleasant experience. What are these clowns thinking?

about a year ago
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Firefox 22 Released, Boosts 3-D Gaming and Video Calls

partyguerrilla Piorities (156 comments)

They should focus on rewriting their engine and "boosting" memory management.

about a year ago
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Will PCIe Flash Become Common In Laptops, Desktops?

partyguerrilla Ridiculous (372 comments)

Jobs already proclaimed Flash dead years ago.

about a year ago
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Mozilla, Foxconn Confirm Firefox OS Partnership

partyguerrilla Re:Suicide (65 comments)

They will make your RAM commit suicide.

about a year ago
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Opera Releases Its First Chromium-Based Browser

partyguerrilla Quick notes (191 comments)

This is sort of a deal breaker for me. Can anyone see the quick notes anywhere? Chrome extensions seem to work fine with this build. They should've just open sourced presto if they were going this way.

about a year ago
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FBI Considers CALEA II: Mandatory Wiretapping On Every Device

partyguerrilla Re:NRO (318 comments)

I could tell you stories about them but you would not believe me

Do they involve Bill Murray?

about a year and a half ago
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Windows Blue Is Officially Windows 8.1, Free For Existing Users

partyguerrilla Re:Service pack (491 comments)

Stallman will never be happy.

about a year and a half ago
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Boston Replacing Microsoft Exchange With Google Apps

partyguerrilla Re:Microsft are the acknowledged experts on FUD (251 comments)

To be fair, not even microsoft could get away with some of the monitoring shit google pulls in all their services.

about a year and a half ago
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Ouya Game Console Retail Launch Delayed Until June 25

partyguerrilla Re:Durrr Ouya (121 comments)

does it really matter that you can't see the individual droplets of blood flying off dead people?

Of course it matters, what kind of gamer are you?

about a year and a half ago
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Adobe Creative Suite Going Subscription-Only

partyguerrilla Re:I tried this... (658 comments)

GiMP should be looking more and more attractive to professionals as this sort of thing goes.

You're implying it is somehow comparable to Photoshop. You're wrong.

about a year and a half ago
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ZDNet Proclaims "Windows: It's Over"

partyguerrilla Re:Twain: (863 comments)

You seem to be under the delusion that Chrome OS is somehow a full-fledged operating system and a proper Windows replacement.

about a year and a half ago
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Windows 8 Killing PC Sales

partyguerrilla Re: My theory (1010 comments)

Not really, there was no 9x and NT hybrid. Windows Me tried to hide the command line as much as it could, but it was still running on top of MSDOS.

about a year and a half ago
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Apple: 75% of Our World Wide Power Needs Now Come From Renewable Power Sources

partyguerrilla Re:So much hatred (262 comments)

Criticism and pointing out mistakes or hyperbole in an article don't amount to 'hate'. You really need to get out of the RDF, it's affecting your thought process.

about a year and a half ago
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Napster: the Day the Music Was Set Free

partyguerrilla Re:See Also (243 comments)

I tolerated it, but you could mostly find horribly encoded 128kbps songs. At least there was no chance of some asshole disconnecting your downloads at 99%

about a year ago
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Zendesk Compromised; Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest Users Affected

partyguerrilla Re:deviantART (49 comments)

"Artistic" is a bit of a stretch, to be honest.

about a year and a half ago
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WebKit As Broken As Older IE Versions?

partyguerrilla Re:"i'm all for competition" (213 comments)

Stop moving the goal posts; the GP was clearly referring to browsers and not browser engines.

about a year and a half ago

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Haiku Release 1 Alpha 4

partyguerrilla partyguerrilla writes  |  about 2 years ago

partyguerrilla writes "The Haiku Project is excited to announce the availability of our fourth official alpha release. A year and four months have passed since the Alpha 3 and the Haiku Project has been busy. The main purpose of this release is to provide interested third party developers with a stable version for testing and development. To aid with that, Haiku includes a rich set of development tools."
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