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Of course, Microsoft takes over Blizzard in a few weeks, and I'm not sure if Microsoft wants Blizzard to provide any software for Apple devices or not. Microsoft will have its hands on Blizzard's helm soon. Microsoft favours the Xbox, for sure, but I just don't know which way Microsoft is going to turn Blizzard's rudder.
Change isn't always bad. It's usually good. I'm optimistic.
MplsP said:Well, to nitpick, it’s not an adapter, it’s a larger power supply.And as far as complaining goes, $20 for a power supply that’s 50% larger is incredibly reasonable
I get it for no adapter in a $250 AirPods product or a $330 iPad device, but really...$20 omission for a $2000 pro-level laptop?!!
Yep, I'm w/ others...it seems "Chicago is the greatest musical ever!" critics never seem to get science fiction movies right, which is a good thing for Foundation:
Alien – https://www.theguardian.com/film/2009/oct/13/derek-malcolm-alien-review
Game of Thrones – https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/581658/game-of-thrones-season-1-negative-reviews
Matrix – https://variety.com/1999/film/reviews/the-matrix-1200456768/
Blade Runner – https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/blade-runner-1982-1
jdb8167 said:While I agree with the editorial content, I’m a bit confused by the title. Nowhere in the article is their any evidence that the politicians sited can’t create PDFs. Since they are mostly lawyers I would expect many of them have used PDFs heavily in their careers. Not that important but the title seems off.