Is it just me, or does anyone else with Comcast now have the strong desire to start using Tor?
Doctor Flamond: You see, a year ago, I was close to perfecting the first magnetic desalinization process so revolutionary, it was capable of removing the salt from over 500 million gallons of seawater a day. Do you realize what that could mean to the starving nations of the earth?
Nick Rivers: Wow. They'd have enough salt to last forever.
At best it's AmeriCorps for geeks. Peace Corps is a much different level of commitment. There are geeks in the Peace Corps, so really, Peace Corps is already "Peace Corps for geeks".
Of course Mars supported life... until capitalism killed it.
Worst X-games event ever.
"upset at my wife" AND "in a hurry to get home"????
This just proves how unreasonable human drivers can be.
Link to Original Source
Some clarification from http://www.uwec.edu/career/online_library/illegal_ques.htm :
"May ask about legal authorization to work in the specific position if all applicants are asked."
So if you must legally be a US citizen for the job and everyone is asked, it's OK.
I'd like to see them test the ripping out a man's heart one, though I'm not sure PETA will appreciate them testing on live animals.
Simple, use politicians and lawyers. I think to be certain we need to try it on at least 10 thousand.
Your subjects are flawed... one needs a heart in the first place to have it ripped out.
Just because they erred on the side of a good result doesn't mean the estimates are better. It means their methodology is HEAVILY padded
Under promise, over deliver. I wish more organizations/projects had this "flaw".
Teig estimates that the footprint of a Tabula chip is less than a third of an equivalent FPGA, making it five times cheaper to make, while providing more than double the density of logic and roughly four times the performance.
That is 6X more impressive than any other use of factors in a sentence... ever.