I bet he feels dumb for posting this article now, eh?
Sounds like a pretty reasonable guy.
Is this system actually relying on MAC addresses rather than SSID's? Otherwise how can a system like this rely on a property that is often left set to the factory default or could change at any time?
Also, I guess this relies on the Google Toolbar to work since I assume there's no way for a browser to collect information about nearby SSID's (or even your SSID), right?
By the way, the above questions aren't me being worried about any of this. I'm just curious about how the system works.
It would be like standing in front of the Death Star's planet-killing laser. How's that?
He's saying it's your fault you were even there. You should have been at home, perhaps hiding in a closet.
That sounds more like a phobia than common sense precautions. Sure, some of the things you mention you do while driving are just good common sense but saying in on holidays or making sure you live near your job seem a little excessive. So if someone invites you to a New Years Eve party you actually say no because you're worried about getting in an accident? Sounds paranoid to me and your letting your desire for a perfect driving record interfere with your social life.
Not that I wish any harm on you but wouldn't it be ironic if a drunk driver crashed into your living room on New Years Eve while you were home alone watching the ball drop?
I was horribly scarred by a guy back in the 80's when he showed me a fax of Linus using his blanket to snap Lucy's clothes off and then fucking her.
Removing the "fundamental force" label from gravity is an insult and shows just how little respect these young physicists have for the universe. Next thing you know they'll be ignoring it completely while they sit all smug in their floating universities.
The new image is 2.4 arc-minutes wide according to hubblesite.org
So now that Geocities is shutting down does that mean your marriage will be annulled? Check the TOS. I'm pretty sure it does.
No, actually I thought...glass.
Is this some bullshit attempt by Intel at a viral marketing campaign? There is ZERO science behind this and the other "shape-shifting" video they released. Glass spheres manipulated by electric fields? What? That makes no sense at all.
First the guy waves some rather mundane-looking actuators in front of the camera like they're somehow related to this idea. Then he wows the audience by holding up two different blocks of material and making the controversial statement that each has the same amount of material in them. HOLY SHIT!! WHAT!?!
Seriously, what is going on here? Why are they pushing this silly concept so hard?
Sorry, but this stuff angers me because so many people are eating it up like it's real science.