This is most certainly a joke, like the reBurger from Yes Men. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkTG6sGX-Ic
Firefox Mobile already has a highly-optimized, built-in flash blocker. So that's one less piece they'll have to port!
Where's David Elsewhere when you need him? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAyTK6jF5o8
Spell it however you want, "tyre" or "tire", but in the Southern US, we pronounce it "taaaaaar". Or at least all the weirdos around me do.
Or "want not".
Back in the 80's, when all of the "Coca Cola" gear was popular, a friend of mine crossed into Mexico, and bought a bunch of stuff. It wasn't until after he came back to the US, when I noticed that it actually said *Caca Cola*. And here he is, wearing the t-shirt, the watch, and sun glasses. He never heard the end of that one. And don't even get me started on the "Sieko" watches they had for sale.
Has anyone here, besides me, ever run into a situation where you actually *need* to press both pedals? Crappy gas? Or change in ambient temperature, and suddenly your idle setting is too low?
I have this "Google Buzz" in my GMail, but I'm still waiting for some SIMPLE FILTER ORDERING. Please.
Are these the same guys that won the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge? There's a fascinating documentary on this, available on Netflix Streaming. "The Great Robot Race: Nova".
I believe the correct usage should mean "for a moment," while it's commonly used to mean "in a moment." Many people will say "I'll be with you momentarily." In this case, the intended meaning is the latter.
Extra points for the correct usage of "momentarily".
Most landline phones echo your voice into the earpiece. Cell phones do not do this, so many people raise their voice to compensate for the fact that they can't hear their own voice coming from the phone. Still, it's very annoying.
I installed it on my Dell XPS laptop, replacing Vista. My only complaint was that it took some work to get CPU scaling to work...but as far as functionality goes, cheers to them.
I love my Garmin Forerunner 305. Good quality GPS, heart rate monitor, and more. The GarminConnect site makes it really easy to look at your data, will plot your route using Google Maps, and even play it back for you to watch. And you can share your data with your friends. A quick google search finds someone who is publicly sharing their data. Check out the data on the Google Map, and also be sure to click on the "Player" link. http://connect.garmin.com/activity/1905263
In the Penn & Teller special (I know it's on YouTube somewhere) the "Water Steward" in the restaurant told one couple that it was an import brand, called "Agua de Culo". They happily drank it. Now *that's* marketing.