Re: I'm not to sure...
Recently stumbled upon iDrive (idrivesync dot com); they offer 10GB free, and their agents seem to work OK (if a tad slowly).
7 posts • joined 4 Nov 2009
"I agree the article could have been written more clearly, but I think it took as much as 20 seconds to check the PCWorld site"
Yes, but el Reg is /supposed/ to be a news aggregator (with a teensy bit of editorial control chucked in).
I have to side with those above who are critical of the poorly written churnalism that TFA is an example of.
I've got one of these chargers, and it's good -- small and quick to charge. You never needed software for the charger to work, and it has a light on the actual hardware device that indicates charging/charged status. As one of the forgotten few -- I'm a Linux user -- I never even attempted to install any software. What idiocy made Energizer think that you needed any damn software in the first place? Pillocks.
> Canonical is a private company of 200 employees...
That was something that I've often wondered. Can you breakdown by job function? I'm curious how many are actually doing technology/support, and how many artwork, marketing and other fluffy stuff?
[And yes, I /am/ an *buntu user, but am amazed at how little progress Canonical seem to have made in the last year or two towards that seamless user experience...]
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