No need to be alarmist. have a zika party to get the virus *before* becoming pregnant. within 2 weeks virus/illness will go away & after that you can have baby without any issues
I was punk in the 90's (still am? Hard to define these things these days). The subcultures of yesterday are today’s watered down mainstream nonsense. It’s really bizarre to me how people use this “hipster” word. I always viewed being in opposition to the dominant culture’s vapid materialism as a positive thing, but it…
InDesign has always been compatible with PageMaker 6.x and 7.x files. The catalog company you worked for probably had an earlier version of PageMaker. We didn’t have the luxury of Internet to get the latest software update in the late 80's and early 90's.
My fear, though, is that they will show a prior incarnation of Hawkman, so he won’t go away. Although perhaps that version will be less of a jerk.
This is almost as good as killing off Hawkman.
My old man still has a computer with win3.1 loaded on it in the garage at his place (he doesn’t use it... its just there under a pile of stuff)
Ah, I remember working in Adobe PageMaker. That was long before Adobe InDesign came in. 😏
Yeah, and they completely ignore his history of making wild claims about things he could do or did... and then was completely incapable of ever proving he did them or could do them. It is amazing how many things he invented.... but the blueprints were totally lost in the fire that burned down his lab and he couldn’t…
Actually, that is exactly what it is. Money in Trump’s pocket that he plans to donate to other organizations (in a statement that lies about what they have done in the past in literally the same sentence).
When Citroën created the modern unibody FWD sedan in the ‘30s they did try to make the whole drivetrain (engine, gearbox, transaxle, steering column etc.) modular, both for servicing and for replacement.
During the Great Depression, people would pull the engines out of their vehicles and put a horse between the frame forks. They were called Hoover Wagons in the US and Bennett Buggies in Canada.
One-unit cars? It’ll never take off.
I love the thought experiment, but I think your alternate universe would have converged on ours, once someone realized they could make an integrated car much more cheaply than the “two box” ones.
Aww, give him a break. He was only eleven when that software was at its most functional.