|Date:||Fri, 6 Oct 2006 23:12:04 +1100|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (Windows/20060909)|
Then if you read the forums and the bug database, you might believe that AdBlock is practically discontinued and a hero is saving the world with a new extension, AdBlock Plus. Inspired by EU parliament election. Read the EULAs, the small prints - you are allowing them to do precisely that, by mistake. Inspired by driving on Champs Elysees in a bus and by the final of Tour de France.
In Japanese poetry you use a similar technique - a kind of devinity arising in the split second of confusion.
Is like an announcement: see, we have implemented Web Services, we are really smart, buy T-shirts with our logo.
It's an unpolite attitude, but I guess that there's nothing one can do.
Inspired by EU parliament election.
Alternatively, you can ask Paul Thurrott for his pirated XP key.
When you install Windows XP use the famous Windows XP corporate key that has its own page on Wikipedia. The TV stations that I can watch don't own any rights at all, either on the classical TV signal or on the Internet.
Returning to the real story, the second shock, the real one, is that the Microsoft shares actually grew throughout Friday session, after Gates announced his future retirement. Added to the boring text description there are some other noises added, like trivia contests and chats with people you never met.
Returning to the real story, the second shock, the real one, is that the Microsoft shares actually grew throughout Friday session, after Gates announced his future retirement.
I know a few things about those creepy APIs that Yahoo and Google are using as dust on the eye of the market, it isn't different when we're speaking about the real deal - the search results' URL's. The simple logic says these are bad people, because people with to much time on their hands are what makes a bad reputation for a neigbourhood.
Those are the scripts fixing Google annoyances: "Sponsored links" are back on the pages, there's no Delete button for GMail etc. Then do what Thurrott couldn't do: run the Windows Genuine advantage thing. Would you really care about the stadium capacity, or about the very short history of the games when Argentine met Cote d'Ivoire?
In Japanese poetry you use a similar technique - a kind of devinity arising in the split second of confusion. de unde stiu eu ca nu e un misto ca in Aspirina Catavencu? It skips the fact that this isn't a limit per computer, but per developer account. With the current, temporary, version, lots of strange error are hurting the user experience. Alternatively, you can ask Paul Thurrott for his pirated XP key.
Inspired from Moulin Rouge and by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Some issues seem to be provoked by the Google Toolbar, a very popular extension which reports to Google whatever you're browsing. I was glued to the TV for the two or three meager hours that I called my spare time, morning and evenings between school, work and sleep, following the live coverage. Messenger nu va mai fi gratuit. No, now we can have universal exploits, affecting anything with a mouse and a screensaver, and when you don't have support for anything else but the last version, everyone is in a hurry to update.
I just had to claim my billing address is the one that I had in Romania, and I got the European version of the Real Superpass, more expensive, but with less useless movie trailers.
Instead of uselessly googling after an explanation, you'd better open the HTML source files.
So by mistake they might leak data from you computer not only to CIA, but to your worse competitor or to Al-Qaeda.
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