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Docteur prof ! Ne pas rater, surtout :
C'est-mon-fils-moi-que-j'ai ©®™
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C'est des potes - Et c'est des bons ! Ecoutez leur chaine Youtube !
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I do agree with that !
 
I'm still waiting for this to happen(or better)
Best Snapdragon, Exynox or Mediatek chipset on the market
Backed with the best GPU and at least 4Gb (DDR4) RAM
Battery 4000mAh
64Gb ROM for start
MicroSD cars support
Dual sim
5.2 - 5.5 inch screen with sapphire coating
Micro HDMI /OTG/MHL/ MIRACAST<Aethercast>/
NFC, possible fingerprint reader, FM radio support
and of course full implemented convergence, X11 software support

£ 500-600 = shut up and take my money, now!
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SFR ADSL, suffisamment pas en panne pour te notifier par mail qu'il y a une facture à télécharger sur son site, mais incapable de faire fonctionner son site pour que tu ma télécharges. A QUAND LA FAILLITE ?
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La grosse erreur historique du livre de Nicolas Sarkozy
A t'il changé ?....les suspense est insoutenable mouhahahaha
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Dans son livre La France pour la vie, en librairie depuis ce lundi, Nicolas Sarkozy évoque la campagne "violente" entre George Bush et Barack Obama. Une campagne qui n'a jamais eu lieu.
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Utilisateur d'un compte Gmail depuis la création du service, force m'est de constater que mes correspondants, à qui je demande régulièrement s'ils ont reçu tel ou tel email, et pourquoi ils n'ont pas répondu, me déclarent ne les avoir jamais reçus ! Après quelques tests ça devient flagrant : Gmail n'achemine pas tous les mails ! Et comme mon adresse Gmail est mon adresse principale, je comprends que quelques administrations, services publiques et autres organismes très sérieux, outre mes amis et ma famille, affirment n'avoir jamais reçu les emails que j'ai pourtant postés en Webmail Gmail, puis archivés en fin de journée dans Thunderbird (pour ceux des courriels que je souhaite archiver en local). J'ai donc des preuves d'envois d'emails dans mon courrielleur Thunderbird à produire aux gens qui m'affirment que c'est moi qui n'ai rien envoyé ! Y'a-t-il certaines personnes qui ont rencontré ce problème que je suspectais depuis des mois sans vouloir y croire ?
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J'aime ces pinky-floydies acoustiques
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Que je suis content de ne pas avoir de TV, quand je lis ça.
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MARDI    2    FEVRIER     2016


PERSONNE N' A LE COURAGE DE DIRE A HANNONA QUE CE QU ' IL FAIT EST IMMONDE........!

Dans   sa  chronique  "   L' instant  M   "  sur  France  Inter  ,  le   journaliste   Bruno  Donnet   a  dénoncé   "  la   normalisation   de   l'  humiliation  "   à  la   télévision   !
Depuis   qu'il  a  été  engagé  dans   "  Touche   pas   à   mon  pote  "  ,   Mathieu   Delormeau   est   devenu   le  "  souffre   douleur   "  de  Cyril   Hanouna  ,  animateur  de  télévision  , et  son  équipe .
Or   humilier   quelqu'un  ,   le  harceler   au  travail  ,  est  interdit   par  la  loi   !   Le   journaliste   confie   , "  j'ai   vu  quelque  chose    qui,   à  ma  connaissance   ,  est  sans  précédent   dans   l' abjection  ,  à  la  télévision  !   Le  25   janvier ,   Hanonna    a  demandé   à  son  invité   du   jour  ,  de  vider  un  bol   de  nouilles   dans  le  slip  de   Mathieu   Delormeau   ,   qui  a  refusé   ,  avant  de  baisser   son   froc  , dans  l'  hilarité   générale   !
Si  ,  à  l' école ,  un  gosse  se  fait  flanquer   des   nouilles  dans   le  " falzar "  ,  un  adulte     en  principe     intervient  .
Dans   l' émission   sus- citée  , les   amateurs  de  ces  " saloperies " ,  se  demandent   avec  avidité  ,  quelle   nouvelle  " farce "   subira  Delormeau   le  soir  même  !
A la  télévision  ,  si  il  y a   audience  ,  celle  ci   protègera  de  tout ,  y  compris   de  ne  pas  dépasser  les  "  bornes "  !   Hanouna   est   un  énorme   pourvoyeur   d'audience   pour  D8  (  nouvelle   grande   chaîne  )   ,  personne   n'a  donc   le  courage   de  lui  dire   que  ce  qu'il  fait   subir  à  Delormeau   est   immonde    !
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Je sais pourquoi je ne regarde plus ni la télé commerciale, ni la télé d'état.
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...I moved to Linux back in the days of Fedora Core 4. Albeit if only for a little while. I didn't quite understand what Linux was, but I was only 14 at the time. A friend of mine working in I.T burnt me a copy onto some CD's, and I excitedly installed it as a dual boot onto my parents computer. Since then, I've experienced Canonicals world of Ubuntu, the wonderful world of OpenSUSE, tinkered with the likes of Arch and Gentoo, and played with the intricacies of CentOS and RHEL. It's safe to say, I love Linux. Having come full circle, I'm back to Fedora - quite some years later as it's now Fedora 23. Undoubtably, Linux has come a very long way. However, Linux still has that perception of being complex and troublesome. But that perception could not be further from the truth in 2016. Nothing proved that to me more than my recent experience with the latest flagship from Microsoft -- Windows 10.
It's been quite some time since I made a coffee and impatiently watched my updates installing. But, like everything, Windows deserves to flaunt it's most recent improvements. And so, like a hesitant first time Linux user, I was a little reluctant to install Windows 10 on the fragile bare-metal of my computer. As such, I chose to install Windows 10 in KVM under Fedora 23. I then port forwarded RDP ports through to the VM and used RDP from my Mac. To be fair, it's a pretty genuine experience. I've also used VMware to install a copy on my Mac and found that KVM and RDP provides a a similar but less resource intensive experience for my 13" laptop; I digress.

What a pretty Operating System this has become I thought to myself as I watched that Blue Window ominously shine light over my screen. Complimented by the black task bar, the aesthetics continued into the Start Menu with a translucent background and relatively intuitive design - compared to the Windows 8 metro screen. I noticed that there is an option to change it to fullscreen. But even then, it still looks much better, cleaner and more thought out than what we saw in Windows 8. So far, I'm impressed, even if just for the aesthetics.
But I didn't want to stop there. I wanted to use this as an everyday user who just picked up their shiny new laptop. I opened the Edge web browser again, the aesthetics are great, but I've moved beyond just looking at how pretty everything is now. No address bar? That's ok, I can follow how things work here. I type my url into the search bar, and press enter. For some reason, it has taken me to a bing search page, and there, the third link down, is the URL i'm looking for. Ok, so Bing isn't great, but everything has been relatively intuitive up until this point. I'm sure I can change that to Google.
I move into the settings of Edge and see the option to change your search bar search engine. Alas, it appears all of the options are greyed out and I'm unable to add or change my search engine? But why would such an option exist after finding it, I'm not allowed to utilise it? I go back to my home page and search for how to do it. The first result gives me a page illustrating the various benefits of sticking with Bing followed by some details to change the search engine. First, navigate to the page of the search engine, then go into settings > change search engine and the page you're on should appear. Sure enough it did. But if the user needs to search for how to change a basic setting, your commitment to your users is surely not one based on their best interests. Why can I not just type a search engine? I mean, I had no reason to move away from Edge unless I can't do something with relative ease.

Still no SSH? In 2016? Have to download PuTTy. Tried to remove the Windows 10 Education watermark from my genuine copy of Windows 10: Have to use a hex editor, to change hex bits to 00. But of cause you need to download one of them. Which sounds simple in theory, but it means navigating the vast array of questionable websites to find a suitable editor that may, or may not contain some kind of Virus or Malware. Why? Why is this the most popular Operating System? Why is THIS the OS that people choose to make games for, develop software for and profit from?
The moral of this story is, yes, Windows 10 might be pretty. Windows 10 might support all of your favourite games. But in 2016, there is nothing this OS does that Linux can not. More importantly, Linux wont get in the way while you're doing it. More and more games are being developed and released on Linux. Linux stability has never been better. You don't even need to download a driver for your wireless card before being able to download a driver for it. That has to be a benefit. Linux is just better, for anyone. I would recommend it to anyone who is sick of their OS telling them how to use it, and getting in the way. There has never been less reasons to choose Windows over Linux, and therefore absolutely no reason that THIS should not be The belated year of the Linux Desktop.
Also in today's open source roundup: Why one writer dumped Windows and switched to Linux 13 years ago, and Amazon wants its Android OEMs to integrate its services into their phones
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