Apr 16th 2011 5:22PM Damn. This is one of my daily check-ins for tech news, and one of my favorite sites, period. I just started reading a few months ago, but you've already provided me with so many links to so many great things, especially improving my browsing experience. You will be dearly missed. :)
Apr 8th 2011 12:12AM Cue me joining the site to offer offensively small amounts of money to all the women; I get to kill some self esteem, and I may even get a date for just 59 cents!
Mar 30th 2011 11:55PM Did you just Lego as the plural form of Lego? ...
I'd never thought of that, I always called them Legos...
Mar 29th 2011 6:30PM I actually really enjoyed this game. I don't often see platformers with shooting and RPG elements as well. I couldn't figure out how to save, though. I quit and came back, and lost all my progress...
Mar 28th 2011 9:15PM I liked the new flat design. It nice to have something freshened up every once in a while, and I'm a sucker for modern/hip/stylized designs. I hope this is just a goof and they stay with the proposed change. I also stick with the stable version, so I won't even see it for awhile yet.
Mar 22nd 2011 12:34AM I'm behind this 100%, and the fact that they are doing this encourages, nay, all but guarantees that I will buy a copy, if only to entice other production companies with my dollars to follow suit.
Mar 15th 2011 10:57PM @Mike from Markham Well, this is Microsoft, so there very well may be a button hidden in the deepest possible menu that says something like "Disable IE9 completely". Wouldn't doubt it! xD
Mar 14th 2011 6:17PM @Sensei123 Well said, sir.
Feb 27th 2011 11:19PM When I read the title, I thought it meant delivering an educational video ABOUT p2p. I thought "Wow, that's pretty progressive, I bet they'll get a lot of people on their a** about that". lol
Anyway, it's good either way.
Feb 27th 2011 11:13PM @BC
Bittorrent ≠ piracy.
Your argument is a joke. First of all, as Anthony said, trying to compare digital copyright infringement to date-raping a human is a bit of a stretch, to say the least.
You think benign information should be repressed because it poses a possibility of crime?! Since you're so keen to take something like theft of the written word and compare it to IRL pain and evil, then by that logic, all firearms training should be immediately banned and criminalized: if a killer took that class and learned how to use a gun, he would kill someone, right? Therefore it must be stopped!
And come to think of it, I think we should abolish all college Science classes in schools: those students could use their newfound knowledge to build weapons of all sorts, including nuclear weapons - they might come and kill my family! We have to do something about this!!!
If we let information be passed around freely, everyone will use it against us. We must not let people get it! Seems like I've heard that idea somewhere before... like, a long time ago...
P.S. dude, I took a look at your comment history: bit of a one-trick pony, aren't you? Haha, what a joke...