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You also lose ocean access. Its funny, I barely go anymore, but I would always like to live near a coast.
I am also from NJ, and there are a lot of positives about living anywhere else, IMO. It is not all bad, but really, most things I would miss here I could get elsewhere.
I really enjoyed being in Colorado the few times I was out there for business, but I have to wonder if I could live there. There are so few trees, and no, I dont mean the kind that you smoke. I am in the North East and used to everything looking pretty lush in the summer. I also find it works wonders for my mood.
I am actually playing though it on the One after my 360 run through. It is good enough to play it all twice. Of course, this time I wont rip through it in under 2 weeks. I have like nobody to play online with though, and I am interested in heists. They were not there the last time I played the game.
- It's kind of fishy. Someone probably want to push his own multimedia plugin.
Well, the thing is, he is not. He doesn't have a commercially available plug in of his own. While MS is pushing Silverlight, most people, Stamos included, are pushing for HTML5. Kind of interesting since Zuckerberg bashed HTML5 not too long ago, and here is the CSO tweeting about using it.
As a Firefox user, I am constantly shocked by the amount of Flash still out every time a new vulnerability is detected. It has been called out several times over the past several years, yet almost every page I visit has a warning pop up. Half of the time, I was never aware of the site using flash since videos and games are not included.
They are not just doing this with Flash either. Java was blocked like every other week after Oracle's acquisition of it. They were quick to patch, but then a new vulnerability would pop up. I partially wonder if Oracle's unpopularity as a software giant had some role to play in people finding more vulnerabilities after the acquisition. It's not like they immediately changed the dev team and screwed it up.
Gentoo. People consider me a masochist because of this. I like to run bleeding edge stuff, but after Arch upgrades fucking things up to the point where I had to re-install, I was done with that. A quick Google search at the time showed that I was not alone in that problem either. Gentoo was also the last time I was able to get everything to work like I wanted it to, and while compiling all day was not fun, being so involved in my OS was. Then I was forced off of it by my employer. I am supposed to run their cruddy out dated version of Red Hat, but I manage to squeak by with FC20 unnoticed.
I miss the days before the Digg mass exodus. Reddit was actually a great place for news, geeky things, politics, and discussion. Then they general attitudes changed. Most of the site became a place to post pictures, and it was rather unfriendly outside of that. Difference in opinion or provoking thought would get you buried.