Ah, okay. That makes sense. Lol, then we can have battles to see which gigabit if faster!
Meh, Chrome screwed it up too. If you haven't noticed, a lot of plebs use the "apps" thing to get to all their favorite sites, and then they hid that.
When they did that update, Ctrl+Shift+T also broke as well to restore session.
Ah, fair enough. I'd imagine it is faster.
Ah okay I see. Metered connections do suck, but I don't really care. I probably don't get much more than 64k on my T-Mobile connection but I don't really rely that heavily on my phone's mobile internet so I don't really mind.
Yeah, Chrome's recent updates have kinda pissed me off. Hide the extensions? ....because you sure NEED that huge ass white bar at the top.............
STop letting you open recently closed tabs on the new page and rather force you to right click and then select recently closed tabs and then only re-oppen the latest closed one?.........
That is good to hear!
Still need to watch that.
I'm not entirely sure what he is trying to say with this.
One of my pet peeves is people's inability to dispell their own common 'wants' and to enforce their opinion and bias onto an industry or sector.
No Miyazaki, the problem isn't that the industry is full of otaku's.
I don't have the full article, but one would first have to ask. What is the problem that he speaks of, and why he thinks its a problem, and why Otaku's are at the focus of that problem. Without first understanding that, can one truly make an opinion on whether he is bias or not
The article makes it sound like he is just enforcing his personal belief of human intereactions being superior to other forms. I'm not sure if that is right or not. But if they even give us a step one, I can't go furtherl