How much do you tip when having a bottomless coffee? I feel you should tip per cup, even if you only pay for one.
so, if a bottomless coffee costs R20, and you drink 3, you should tip as though your bill is R60.
Any thoughts on that?
This is a follow up to my previous post.
I have types HTML, to see how it is formatted, if at all.
I have also used the link for the first time. You just need to select text and then press the link button, then type in a URL. I think it would be great if you could press the link button without selecting text. I also think there should be an option for selecting a link to one of your posts.
Anyway, I enjoyed do the small review. I will try do it for more apps.
--Edit 31 August 2011, 18:04
Adding the HTML mark-up to the text editor removed WYSIWYG formatting when posting.
I think it is already quite outdated, but even Microsoft Office 2010,
with it's amazing interface uses a 3½" floppy disk as a "Save Icon".The problem with this is that nobody actually uses floppy disks anymore. Should the standard "Save Icon" not be updated for something more
relevant for our time?
People could argue that everybody knows what it is, and what it means,
but what about the next generation of computer users? Most of us grew up with Floppy Disks 3½", or 5¼". We would copy games
from our friends, that where zipped over up to 15, or even more,
floppy disks. MS-DOS, and Windows came on floppy disks, it was just a
part of life, and the save icon makes sense to us. But, what about the next generation...
Games, and other software no longer ever come on CD-ROM anymore, they
are on DVD, and now even Blu-ray.
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In a post last week I mentioned that my ppp0 connection would keep dropping whenever IP_Forwarding was enabled. Over the weekend I was trying again to get it sorted out. I was using a Windows computer to test with, and I got it working perfectly. I thought everything was cool, until I connected my MacBook again, and the connection started dropping, like it did before. I really don't know what a Mac would be doing differently, but it just doesn't work (WiFi and Ethernet do the same thing). The plan was to put a different OS on the MacBook anyway, so I decided to do that, and then see if it worked. I did not manage to do this ether. The optical drive in the MacBook is giving trouble. It wont accept any disk. It will sometimes the MacBook Installation Disk, but it wont work with any other disk I tried. I had burned the Arch Linux installation disk from the Windows computer, so I wanted to try burn the disk from the MacBook, but it wouldn't accept any blank CDs, it just kee…
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