- early 2011 15-inch Macbook pro | 2.3 Ghz i7 | 16GB 1333 DDR3 | 1GB AMD 6750M
- Displays: 1680×1050 built-in | 27” Thunderbolt Display
- Browser: Chrome (latest)
- Browser Inspector: Various
- FTP: Mac Transmit
- IDE: Sublime text 2
- Adobe Master CS6
This is cheating, but I would grab my (1) bag that’s next to me, and cram the following inside it on my way out:
- phone (you’ll need it for emergencies/news/updates/contacts)
- external hard drive (macbook/work fully backed up)
- cash (depending on emergency, cards won’t be accepted)
That’a a good idea. Post when you have 666 sales, and someone out there will be bothered by it. Guaranteed sale!
It actually is loading, however, in Firefox and IE the panel class element is set at height 16px instead of 340px – as a result, you’re only seeing the top few pixels. So start there.
Also, you have quite a few errors in the console. Most of them are failure to load resources, but I counted a total of 17 in Chrome. Another thing I would recommend is adding the #slider jquery code to the end of the HTML file, before the end of the body.
Pretty sure Envato is built on Ruby..
To add to it, I have an iPhone 5 through AT&T with an Unlimited* Data plan.
Last month I was in the top 5% for data used, and half way through, they throttled me. My LTE speeds instantly went from 20 Mbps to 0.5 Mbps. Yes, that’s half of one. Because I was using a lot of data from my unlimited data plan, they put me at speeds slower than EDGE till the end of the month. Pretty sure dial up was faster.
Now imagine that, but permanent, and with legal actions to follow.
Sure we’ve all downloaded files illegally at some point, I have myself, but as PixelBin pointed out, most of the times its because it’s available.
Not only is this a monitoring issue, but also an issue on total internet control. The SOPA and PIPA bills had a very big impact on this, and you guys remember what the problem with those were, right?
Where do you draw the line? Will this stop at torrent sites? If they get away with it, I highly doubt it. I’m sure it would continue to sites like facebook and YouTube, where even a comment you write down could put you in risk of a lawsuit.
The US Government just loves breaking amendments…
Starting this week, ISPs in the US will be monitoring everything you download, coming after anyone who may be doing any “illegal” file-sharing.http://www.rt.com/usa/six-strikes-program-begins-434/