One of the best investments I ever made was in 1995 when I bought the Infomagic Linux CD set.
It had a copy of Slackware on there, amongst other things.
It was the point at which I stopped using Windows regularly, and started using Unix. It was instrumental in my having a career with steady employment.
god kortext is HORRIBLE
First, it logs me out at random on the desktop. So I stupidly try using their iOS app.
I go to download it, and it gives me another dialog where I have to login ... with Adobe account.
But the joke's on me. Even though it states I need Adobe account, it really wants kortext account.
Mark Zuckerberg "built Facebook apps" like Elon Musk "built electric vehicles and rockets". Just like Steve Jobs "built the iPod" and then "built the iPhone".
I really wish the credit for actually putting these things on the map went to those who did the actual building, and not the rich people they helped make richer. Entire companies were founded because of this lack of proper credit.
Woz is lucky to have been properly credited with making the Apple II series.
>Sonic the Hedgehog prototype dumped.
Apparently this was dumped with Retrode 2, only the best cart player I've got! (I have a Retrode and two of the Retrode 2.)
And it's a really strange beast, typical of the usual prototype carts. Funny to see some of the bugs present in the final version present here.
>Evan Doorbell has a soundcloud!
What interesting times we live in. Actually, something like soundcloud is about the perfect place for the Phone Trips; it's just that YouTube has a bit more permanence.
and oh... by "look[ing] like a standard [browser]", I mean "websites you connect to consider you to be a "Chrome" or a "Firefox"
>Hallmark wants its money back from Roger Marshall (R-KS) too.
I knew my representation would eventually turn up in this shitty mess
(this is all due to the Capitol building incident last week)
Binding Arbitration is an affront to actual legal process, and this is a well-known fact because car dealership networks fought tooth and nail to make sure THEY weren't subject to it.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
It's not that lawyers need to be abolished; it's that the legal system needs about 8 billion enemas.
At least things look to have been resolved all-around, though. Very good thing I've had my credit frozen since Equifax leaked in 2017.
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