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Sep 10th 2008 1:27PM Thank you for your response, I will certainly follow your advice. Inyour spare time, take a look at the now 22 pages of comments on thatarticle. You'll notice that I am one of very many with the sameopinion. Is this the same message you'd tell all of them?"Hello, people who find flippant comments distracting andunprofessional, please go away?"I'll leave and as some others have indicated, they'll leave.Have a good day.- Hide quoted text -On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:15 AM, Thomas Ricker wrote:> Your sense of entitlement is amusing. I suggest you go back to your regular> site, it's obvious that Engadget is not written for you.>> Regards,>> Thomas Ricker> Senior Editor, Engadget>> On 10 sep 2008, at 19:08, email@example.com wrote:>>>>>>> User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_4; en-us)>> AppleWebKit/525.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1.2 Safari/525.20.1>>>> Name: Eric Bostrom>> URL: http://diversionmary.com>> Subject: Joshua Topolsky>>>> Is Engadget going to address the overwhelming negative feedback regarding>> Joshua Topolsky's inane commentary of the Apple live event?>>>> I typically follow a different 'live' site for my apple news but thought>> I'd give Engadget a try this go-round. I won't make that mistake again.>> Joshua's lack of professionalism has me so irked that I followed up on it>> this morning to see if there was any formal apology or acknowledgement of>> his insipid attitude by Engadget.>>>> I would appreciate a response, thank you for your time.>>>>>>>> Related URL:>> http://www.engadget.com/2008/09/09/live-from-apples-lets-rock-event-in-san-francisco/>>>>>>>>
Sep 9th 2008 3:21PM "Ah, so that's how it works.""Yeah, 99 million were total crap."What's with all the snippy bitchy commentary from Joshua? Engadget couldn't send a mature reporter to cover the event?
Jan 3rd 2008 8:09PM Certainly interesting points. My users can do whatever they want with firefox, squid, adblock and user rights on their local workstations. On the TS server, they don't get internet access at all, because they're all in the same sandbox. I wasn't clear in that the internet blocking I am doing is on the server(s) where people do actual work.They're free to mess up their workstations all they can but not on critical servers.
Jan 3rd 2008 6:57PM Thankfully the locking down I did still prevents this from working. Admins don't lock you out for gits and shiggles.
Aug 26th 2007 1:28PM FFTA!
May 1st 2007 7:32PM I'm a Lvl 25 Wizard with a lvl 4 spider mount and some nice equipment. My neighbor is a lvl 39 Wizard with a gryphon mount and some choice spells. Multiplayer PQ is amazing. We play this multiplayer more than anything else that came before.
Mar 1st 2007 6:05PM Isn't this just a rebadged Samsung d807? Am I missing something?
Feb 18th 2007 2:38PM For me, there was a frustrating level in goldeneye, where you were supposed to come out without firing... I always tried to shoot my way out of that one.
Jan 4th 2007 12:28AM Dual monitor support?*rubs eyes* Is this the future? Wow! This must be the glorious year of 1999, when win98se brought widespread multi-monitor support!also: spore for wii? and tf2 now pls.
Dec 22nd 2006 8:40PM Just got my wii today, Ho-ly crap, this thing is neat. Or, I guess it is, it keeps installing patch after patch.
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