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Re: Pinguy OS Puts On a Happier GNOME 3 Face
07/17/18 12:24 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 85 Words

... issue not being able to put the Recycle Bin, Network, Computer etc. on the Desktop (you can place files on there by default) is because the tweak tool for Gnome uses Nautilus. With Pinguy OS the desktop is drawn using Nemo.

mroonie
Re: Seniors Becoming More Aware of Internet Safety Issues
09/06/06 12:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 63 Words

Wow! This is great! Even the baby boomers are being more pro-active about digital security than the tech-savvy generation! Atleast somebody...

jescott418
Re: 2017 iPhone May Be a Glass Act
04/23/16 2:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 98 Words

They now just recycle old ideals and call them...

langmc
Re: Nuclear Power Could Blast Humans Into Deep Space
11/30/12 8:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 745 Words

How to you tell the people who are travelling that the system will recycle thier shower water and toilet water to be used as drinking water again. Not a popular thought but one that can currently be done and is being done on...

akcoyote
Kodak printer review
06/12/11 9:10 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 341 Words

But often the person who has to do this 'routine maintenance' is an employee with no economic incentive to do it.

When the printer fails and won't respond to a quick cleaning, I wind up with an irritated client and another printer is off to recycle ...

frazz4
Responsible E-Disposal: Attacking the E-Waste Blight
01/13/09 11:41 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 80 Words

Yes we should recycle electronics products - but let's do it for the right...

CMaxcer
Re: This isn't Repairability
12/06/12 8:46 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 352 Words

Great point about the toaster -- except then I thought that toasters are pretty cheap and relatively easy to recycle or dispose of without any nasty chemicals. What about a washing machine? I might attempt to repair one myself if there was enough...

Grannelle
A simple matter really, for me at least
05/11/09 6:52 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 164 Words

I don't even have a recycle bin. I think a close correlation to this comparison would be that of VHS vs Beta (for those of you old enough to remember video tape). Beta was the superior format, while VHS was more widely accepted,...

Hasdrubal
Sigh ...
04/20/09 7:57 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 165 Words
amosbatto
Who has the incentive to deceive? Greenpeace doesn't.
12/14/08 7:37 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 668 Words

HP and Dell agreed to recycle their products responsibly several years before Apple and still have better recycling policies than Apple. Probably the two best companies on the environment have been Dell and Asus. Dell has set a corporate goal of eventually becoming...

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Does it matter to you if products you purchase are manufactured in another country?
Yes, and I will pay more for a domestically produced product.
Yes, but my shopping decisions won't change anything, so I do what's best for me.
I care, but it's impossible to keep track of where everything is made.
I want the best quality and price, regardless of country of origin.
It depends on the country. Some are OK, some aren't.
It depends on the company. I'll buy from a reputable non-domestic brand.
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