It prolly isn't.
I have had a Linkedin account forever. I never even go there any more. I've never met any women on Linkedin, so I find it totally useless.
The main issue with this study is that psychiatric diagnosis relies heavily on self report, and the actors in this study created the illusion of a psychiatric disorder by lying about their hallucinations. How the staff responds once the patient no longer reports symptoms is interesting and revealing, but this is no indictment of the entirety of behavioral or psychological research.
There is a legitimate science of emotion, and we know quite a bit about emotion from studying it objectively. I think the issue with the theory in the OP is that it relied on a complex field of mathematics which emotion researchers were not in a position to understand or critique. This is more an issue with cross-disciplinary work than it is with behavioral science.
Life under Stalin in the old USSR was safe and orderly too. Just like the experience of the "other" smartphone.
Nikola Tesla demonstrated a 100 Watt light bulb being lit 92 miles away from his Colorado Springs lab about 100 years ago.
If completely safe, I wouldn't mind this coming into general use for people who wish to smoke.
It's probably not completely safe for the smoker. A recent (just last month) study found that e-cigarettes do indeed contain carcinogens, in some cases showing similar levels of formaldehyde and acrolein as regular cigarettes.
Article about the study.
Here is a Nokia phone with the same camera. Only running Symbian Belle:
I am/was a Maemo fan. The N9 could have been the next "iPhone". I think that was what M$ was afraid of. The reason for their war to destroy Nokia.
No rights at all.
Tyranny is guaranteed.
The new Slashdot. Where truth is modded to troll. This is exactly the kind of thing Microsoft engages in. Anything that is good, and "free" software enrages them to having fits. They can't stand the idea.
Look back on funding SCO to try and cripple Linux. Taking over Nokia to kill off Maemo. And I think they had their filthy hands in this.
What is really sad is that Slashdot is now filled with those that can't see the calculated evil that Microsoft as a company really is.
And being modded down on Slashdot for pointing out even potential Microsoft evil doing shows how things here have changed.
This is the type of dirty trick their lobbyists would do.
Who does all this spying serve? Really. Who?