I would accuse them of doing the thing that textbook writers do (make a new version so that they can sell it for more than the old version while barely changing anything), but that doesn’t make any sense because once you have i Tunes it updates automatically.
If you constantly change your software, people will keep not knowing how to use it (or as soon as they figure it out, another update will hit).
It was the time when all you cared about was updating your My Space profile song and getting a bad a** new lunchbox.
It was a magical time full of emo-scene hair styles, Silly Bandz, and Hershey's chocolate flavored chapstick. "I used to jam out to this on one of those key chain boomboxes.
Luckily for us, we were given these incredible gems to look back on. I actually think I still have his poster somewhere..
Only the cool kids on the block had these bad boys. You'd get out of the shower, towel dry your locks, then spray this baby in and crunch away.
No kid these days knows the intense sadness that overwhelmed us when we waited so long for a song to download, only to realize it was 12 seconds of a radio rip.
It's not the last build but I suppose that's `lime_users` table structure is the same.
But what I find more interesting is the change in Firefox’ memory usage I observe since that update.This is another indication that plugins have a huge impact on browser’s stability and memory use.So far extensions have received most of the blame, but usually they only cause crashes if they trigger bugs in Gecko or plugins.But how to change the password with the one we want to update ?
Or will the system ask us a for new password as it is the default one ? Greetings, I have installed the most recent version of Lime Survey on a fresh LAMP (xubuntu 14.04).
Well you’re accentuating that by 10 because you update 10 times more often.