It looks sort of like this one: http://media.photobucket.com/image/enterprise%20destroyed%20model/modman06/Crop3a.jpg
...it was a real model, it was used in filming. I wasn't allowed to take pictures in there though, lots of confidential stuff in there.
I find this article especially interesting, as I did a job shadow at Blue Origin last year as a part of my requirement to graduate High School. One of the Employees showed me around the test facilities and showed me the various systems in place to try to prevent this kind of failure from happening. It's unfortunate that this happened, but as the employee told me, most of this is chump change for Jeff Bezos, and Blue Origin is in all reality a pet-project of his. Cool fact though, the Blue Origin Building in Kent, WA is home to an original Bell X-1 as well as the original model of the Starship Enterprise that was used in the episode where the Enterprise gets destroyed, I believe. All sorts of other cool things there too.
For only an additional 13.95, you can sit with your friends that we pull from your facebook, along with ALL your personal data! (Disclaimer: this is an assumption)
I wonder if it includes a copy of CoFEE standard. They have *my* attention.
Time to re-read Apple's iPhone service agreement to make sure I'm not being tracked via iris scans.
It'll be nice for the Apple users that some flash (the forbidden fruit in their case) can be translated or rewritten into HTML5. Your move, Jobs.
17 year old, reporting in. Had my email address since I was 3. Didn't know what it was until I was 9. Used it upon turning 12.
That'd be about 60 songs, fortunately
I highly doubt that they'll allow me to store my 70GB of music on one of their servers....
don't have 1
I'm a senior in first-year Calculus, and let me say that this is a great idea. Calculus is in fact, mostly algebra, as I have seen. As long as it's not what's called "CPM Algebra" which I had to deal with in 10th grade. So, as long as it's a good curriculum, YES.
I can't imagine the reaction of the guys that found them. "ohh lookie here, I wonder what'es insid-BODIES" or perhaps it was more like "Oh look, he has a gold rolex"
I just got the same email. I hope to JEEBUS that they're telling the truth.
I guess I would have to agree, if I saw my bank posting things everywhere on Facebook and Twitter about me being a member of theirs, I might be slightly annoyed, even though it's more like one of those "technologically-oblivious but still over-concerned" arguments that people like my parents use. Still I suppose it's better to be safe, because no doubt there's *someone* that would overreact. Oh yeah, and following laws and contracts is good too.
Because we know that Google has the guts to be controversial and do this, while Apple probably wouldn't.