If you know a better way to get the Crucial Taunt signal into Mr Bigg's limo I'd like to hear it.
Standard arms race tactic says the new ultimate defense is a mirror.
Judas only betrayed one man. Way to go George.
This is a rare article that is actually written for the intended audience.
I'm can only assume that with a name like Rocksmith the playlist is going to be generated by M$ Songsmith. Another fine example of a marketing fubar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oGFogwcx-E
I can't wait for the "We're NSA, and Windows 7 was our idea." commercial to come out.
Internet != Cable.
So the same governing body that allows me to be forced to a single ISP now wants to tell me what "Free" really means. They need to let a free market determine what should be supplied instead of protecting the monopoly.
Knile writes "While not the youngest patent recipient ever (that would be a four year old in Texas), Bryce Gunderman has received a patent at age 8 for a space-saver that combines an outlet cover plate with a shelf. From the article: '"I thought how I was going to make a lot of money," Bryce said about what raced through his brain when he received the patent.'"
Over 200 University of Central Florida students admitted to cheating on a midterm exam after their professor figured out at least a third of his class had cheated. In a lecture posted on YouTube, Professor Richard Quinn told the students that he had done a statistical analysis of the grades and was using other methods to identify the cheats, but instead of turning the list over to the university authorities he offered the following deal: "I don't want to have to explain to your parents why you didn't graduate, so I went to the Dean and I made a deal. The deal is you can either wait it out and hope that we don't identify you, or you can identify yourself to your lab instructor and you can complete the rest of the course and the grade you get in the course is the grade you earned in the course."
I won't have this cylon goop in my ship^H^H^H^H concrete!
The European Space Agency has released images from yesterday's close approach of asteroid 21 Lutetia by the Rosetta probe. At its closest, the probe was a mere 3,162 km from the asteroid, passing at 15 km/s and snapping photos sharp enough to make out features as small as 60 meters. "Rosetta operated a full suite of sensors at the encounter, including remote sensing and in-situ measurements. Some of the payload of its Philae lander were also switched on. Together they looked for evidence of a highly tenuous atmosphere, magnetic effects, and studied the surface composition as well as the asteroid’s density. ... The flyby marks the attainment of one of Rosetta's main scientific objectives. The spacecraft will now continue to a 2014 rendezvous with its primary target, comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It will then accompany the comet for months, from near the orbit of Jupiter down to its closest approach to the Sun. In November 2014, Rosetta will release Philae to land on the comet nucleus." There is also a replay of the media event webcast on the ESA's website.
Queue the tinfoil hats saying "Never."
Your post made me think of this: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2010/6/2/