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Yes indeed.
The real question to ask, though, is why this figure is so important to Microsoft.
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Couldn't agree more with your contrast between NMS and the DAP, or about the overall composition of market numbers. Keep up the good work. -E-
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Smart guy!
 
Albert had a good day for a dead guy.
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He had even smarter then himself wife Mileva.
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Good bye, good riddance. That's not a political opinion, albeit I thought her Planned Parenthood stance was despicable. No, my bottom-line problem was that I knew her and covered her career at Lucent and HP. Knowing what I knew of her, I wouldn't trust to organize a bake sale, never mind a major company or our country.
The former Hewlett-Packard briefly surged in polls following strong early debate showings.
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+Bob Flisser That was artistic and beautifully crafted commenting.
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And, in case you didn't know, it won't cost you one thin dime.
The new LibreOffice release has improved its looks and added even more interoperable features.
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Looking forward to this being packaged into the upcoming release of Ubuntu 16.4LTS.
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Of course what I really want is the Tesla Model S P90D with the Ludicrous upgrade, but  I don't have that kind of money. The base model Tesla Model 3 at  $35,000 however... 
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+Chuck Hanson You can say it once, but don't push. My pages aren't for product or service promotion. Thanks,.
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Once in a blue moon, I still hear from someone stuck in 1999.
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+Benjamen Meyer that's because you can fax check the fax the data. It sends confirmation of fax received. 
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CrossOver does a great job of running Windows apps on Mac OS X as well. 
Want to move to Linux, but there's this one application that's keeping you stuck on Windows? CodeWeaver's CrossOver Linux may be exactly what you need.
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You don't need Windows to run Windows programs. Here's how to do it on Linux. A different version of CrossOver, by the by, will let you run Windows programs on Mac OS X.
Want to move to Linux, but there's this one application that's keeping you stuck on Windows? CodeWeaver's CrossOver Linux may be exactly what you need.
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I have used Cedega and nowadays CrossOver, but that mainly just for one game, sure there are games for Linux and good ones, just not the one I play thanks to +ArenaNet, Inc.​
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There's a fair amount of truth here.
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I laughed :D
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Surprising news everybody!
...I'm pretty sure that's one of the key concepts behind submarines.
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"Thank you (Submarine) Captain Obvious"? LOL
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Now on my 2017 watch list.
 
Bryan Fuller is the new showrunner for the upcoming Star Trek TV series. Here's why I'm excited. 
The upcoming Star Trek series has found its showrunner: Bryan Fuller. Here are three reasons why he is the perfect person for the job.
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I had no idea there was a new Trek coming.  Set on the Reliant?  That should mean we'll get to see Ensign Jean-Luc Picard, if it's the 24th century one.
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+James Kendrick has talked me into giving it a try. 
As Amazon regularly adds new functionality, the Echo continues to grow more useful. In fact, it's now the most-used gadget in my home.
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Kendrick? Now thats a name i had not seen in some time.
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  • Vaughan-Nichols & Associates
    Journalist, 1989 - present
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Introduction
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols has been writing about technology and the business of technology since CP/M-80 was the cutting edge, PC operating system; 300bps was a fast Internet connection; WordStar was the state of the art word processor; and we liked it!

Steven was also the first writer to notice this little thing called the Web and he thought it just might be important some day. Who knew!? :-)
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"I couldn't possibly comment."
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  • West Virginia University
    History, 1982 - 1984
  • Glenville State College
    English & history, 1974 - 1975
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