Member since: Dec 7th, 2007
Apr 29th 2011 9:16PM Is anyone interested in collaborating on a blog in the same format as DS? I loved their content here but there are other sources for information as well. I'd love to run a simple Wordpress installation with a few other members. Let me know!
Apr 8th 2011 4:46PM Check it out after the next update. It is incredibly bare-bones right now.
Apr 6th 2011 11:55AM I imagine downloads will soar now that it's controversial.
Mar 17th 2011 7:03AM Nobody cares about queue management. Everybody wants the Watch Instantly titles streaming to their phones over 3G
Feb 9th 2011 7:56PM @derk p I rooted my phone because I refused to be spammed by City ID every time I ended a call. I used Bloat Freezer to lock it down along with Amazon MP3, Skype and the default Text Messaging.
Feb 6th 2011 3:47PM @BC BT: You don't know nearly enough about file sharing or the psychology involved if you blame BT for so-called piracy. BT software can't do anything on its own. It requires the input of a user. Your concern need not lie in what a given program can do but with the people who use that programs for nefarious purposes.
Dec 25th 2010 11:33PM @Sebastian Anthony In all honesty, the shit goes faster on Craigslist than it does Freecycle if there's something you want to get rid of. I just wanted to take the opportunity to bash my local FC group since the article mentioned that site.
Dec 25th 2010 4:21AM I've tried Freecycle for a few items and it's more trouble than it's worth. All the admins are OCD about post formatting and other criteria and it just kills the spirit of wanting to make sure something worth having finds a new home. By the time they berate you over all their minutiae, you're like, "Screw it! I'll just throw it away!"
Nov 2nd 2010 12:41AM The geniusi where I work still have us running Windows 2000.
Oct 28th 2010 12:06PM Silly Download Squad! People don't pay for Windows unless the price is built in to a new system purchase.
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