My 13 year old has some PHP/MYSql sites he developed(on his own, as I'm a .NET guy )...looking for a good host. He also has some domains of his own already.
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Question is, how many people buy it thinking they can use Windows programs on it. We heard this same thing when Walmart had Linux machines, and you heard sad stories of parents buying this cheap computer for their kids and it won't run any of their favorites games.
Just thinking of having, say generated .png files and putting 400 of them together to export a WMV file...something like that.
++ on Telerik.. When you have to build a control that you know exists already you save time and money by using ones from Telerik. There is also ComponentOne, but I find their controls to look amateurish and cheap next to Telerik's polished controls.
This makes sense to me. The BBC website should have a service that reads the time from an accurate clock source, detect the locale of the user, recalculate, and show that to the user.