Please, don't ever make a comparison between something and Goatse.
Like Goatse and the Guatemalan Sinkhole of 2010? I wasn't meme dropping, that is the name of the hax0r gang.
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How did cashback work? Were the merchants charged for it? I never used it, but now that it is gone, it seems more tantalizing. If some effort was put in to making Bing shopping more enjoyable, perhaps I would use it. The thing that set it apart, for me, was the way it could sort ratings. But, when I would use the ratings sort, it would always return ratings on discontinued models. There should be a filter to hide discontinued goods.
magicalclick said:Bass said:*snip*
Is that even debatable? I do not see Open Source Restaurants out there. You always have to go miles for that super popular unique restaurant. It would be so cool they all Open Source, thus, we can get the same food in our own house?
I guess that you've never eaten at a Chinese restaurant. Take the time to click the link and watch the video.
Shining Arcanine said:spivonious said:*snip*
Prioritized I/O is not a feature I use and hardware-accelerated UI is great, but my applications do not need it.
Did you try WSUS Offline Update?
I just tried out the Destination Maps feature in Bing Maps and I find this idea interesting. Typically there is either too much info or too little on a map. The highlighted-route technique seems to help, as does the chop-the-route-into-a-bunch-of-segments-and-take-snapshots way of doing things. But, this sketchy style of simplification seems to solve the too much/too little problem nicely. I wish that it worked a little faster and the maps did a better job of showing, hiding, and simplifying roads. However, you have to leave room for improvement in these kinds of things.
EDIT: Happy Birthday Bing!
fknight said:AndyC said:*snip*
This is exactly right. People would rather risk criminal fines, lawsuits, and closure of their business than use Linux. That's how good Windows is.
Now that is a product testament.
I would also recommenb you try using nDepend as that is where a lot of features in the higher visual studio versions have come from.
The level of integration with the IDE is really something. There is so much coverage that these tools allow one person to review. If I could only become more prolific, when it comes to writing code, I would have more to review.