Ion Todirel said:
this pretty much. Pandora until the monthly hours expire then last.fm to find new artist to load into pandora the following month.
I find last.fm has much more variety in genres then pandora.
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Maddus Mattus said:harumscarum said:*snip*
Ofcourse, invest in knowlidge while the markets are slow. So you can reap the benefits when the market is booming. To send someone to an event while the market is peaking, is a loss.
Yeah but nowadays there are enough things online to get this knowledge. Its just a matter of giving people the time to do so.
Minh said:harumscarum said:*snip*
I think this thread is a trap.
You're just paranoid. Now, state your real name... and how much you should be owing MS.
Ok well I have a friend who has only paid for win xp upgrade. It was a pain when he had to reinstall xp because he needed to find a 2000 or older disc.
elmer said:Dr Herbie said:*snip*
Actually, the thing I find most attractive about FF is not the browser itself (which I can take or leave) but an add-on I use... NoScript.
Just so much more practical and usable, compared to messing about with IE's security zones.
Same here. noscript/ad blocker makes browsing nice.