Waze Causing Anger Among LA Residents
Train will extend from downtown all the way to the beach in Santa Monica soon!
Dad Makes His Kid Play Through All Video Game History In Chronological Order
Porky's was an awesome game. Well, twelve year-old me remembers it being awesome, at least.
Hungary To Tax Internet Traffic
Hungary is a great place to live by the way - if you've got the cash to be comfortable.
That describes everywhere .
Bill Gates: Piketty's Attack on Income Inequality Is Right
"Not that I condone fascism, or any -ism for that matter. -Ism's in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an -ism, he should believe in himself. I quote John Lennon, 'I don't believe in Beatles, I just believe in me.' Good point there. After all, he was the walrus. I could be the walrus. I'd still have to bum rides off people."
For Game Developers, It's About the Labor of Love
No doubt. I wasn't speaking to anything except the meaning of the phrase for OP (S/he seemed to think it meant 'labor treated lovingly' or something.) Who can afford to labor at something extensively and make no money? Most people work for a paycheck, and most people don't describe their job as a "labor of love."
For Game Developers, It's About the Labor of Love
That's what makes it a labor of love. You're doing it because you love it -- not because of the pay or benefits. e.g., "I love making sandwiches. It doesn't pay shit, but it's a labor of love..."
Google Announces Motorola-Made Nexus 6 and HTC-Made Nexus 9
And the Nexus 5.
Kmart Says Its Payment System Was Hacked
Plus, it makes you look like a baller.
Carl Sagan, as "Mr. X," Extolled Benefits of Marijuana
Except dogs would also indicate people who had *had* weed in their luggage but no longer do. i.e., If you carry weed around in your bag all week and then flush it down the toilet, the dog is still going to smell the residual smell. They'd spend just as much time (or more) on false alarms.
Adobe Spies On Users' eBook Libraries
As well it should. DVD encryption was broken 15 years ago....
CEO of Spyware Maker Arrested For Enabling Stalkers
How can you be free, if you don't have security? How can you be secure, if you aren't granted freedom (the definition of liberty)?
How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?
Seattle Passes Laws To Keep Residents From Wasting Food
Bacon is huge. Definitely add it if you're cooking in the oven. I prefer grilling mine, though. They soak up mad grill flavor!
US Rust Belt Manufacturing Rebounds Via Fracking Boom
The rent in southern california is already too damn high. Please do not come to southern california.
U.S. Senator: All Cops Should Wear Cameras
Whether they get a "good deal" on the military equipment isn't the point. Does any of that unneeded equipment cost more than a camera? Then get the camera instead.
Google Wants To Test Driverless Cars In a Simulation
Just test on the 101 in Los Angeles. You'll never hit 70MPH.
How Game Developers Turn Kickstarter Failure Into Success
What ever happened to believing in your own idea enough to put your own money behind it? Or working hard to save money. Spending less on other stuff to pursue your dreams.
Kickstarter happened. Go back to any point in history and you will find people who would have taken free money had that been an option. Don't act like those were more virtuous times. The option to find backers/suckers (other than family) just didn't exist.
Feds: Red Light Camera Firm Paid For Chicago Official's Car, Condo
Though everyone in Chicago is used to the endless taxation (of which the red light cameras are just one example), the more recent speed cameras they installed (and continue to install) felt more like a revenue generator than the former. People could see the potential harm-reduction of red light cameras, but not so much with the speed-trap cameras. We all knew both were just new means of taxation, but the speed cameras felt more brazen.
Of course, after Daley sold the city's parking to a private company, I think everyone just became even more calloused and defeated with the endless cash-grabbing by the city.
Swedish Dad Takes Gamer Kids To Warzone
And when they came back home, they would be free to play whatever games they chose.
Couldn't make it to the last sentence of TFS, eh?
Ask Slashdot: Should You Invest In Documentation, Or UX?
the group that understands the interface and uses the manual, and the group who turns to members of the first group for help at the slightest frustration.
This, to me, sounds like an argument for investing in UX and a user community. Again, they should be investing in all of these things. But, if I had to pick two, I'd be a lazy bastard and let the community support my product for me. Especially if I'm unable to provide quality/updated documentation.
California May Waive Environmental Rules For Tesla
Ah, that's a good read. Thanks for the link -- I wasn't aware of the cash-based budgeting tactic. I'd mod you up/informative if I hadn't already participated in the thread.
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