I'm kind of surprised that nobody has yet created a botnet to mine bitcoins.
Good point, facebook never opens things up.
For the love of all that is holy, somebody mod this guy up.
From TFA: "IBM, Apple, Microsoft, and Oracle were all very close: 44th, 46th, 47th, and 49th, respectively."
I'll need a list of office phones that I can dial. Thanks.
Just because a browser doesn't pass the acid test 100% doesn't make it a bad browser. The acid tests (especially acid 3) are designed to test for odd edge cases to make sure the spec is implemented properly. It'd be pretty rare to actually run into any of these cases on your standard website. It's also worth mentioning that some of the tests perform differently based on your computers speed (test 26 for example). Even though it passes that particular test, it may have not done it in the recommended time frame.
You employ web standards terribly! Good work!
Multiple cups of coffee have now been consumed. My actions completely contradict what I said. I tip both the pizza guy and a my bartender. Though having said that, considering how simple my order usually is (black coffee), I don't think a tip is needed.
If they're expecting tips, then maybe they should be paid the $2.33 an hour (in Wisconsin) a tipped employee makes.
I frequently drive 5mph over the speed limit in cities, and 10mph over the speed limit on highways. However, regardless of how fast I wish to go, I always leave plenty of room between me and the car ahead of me. It's courteous and much safer. But what really grinds my gears is when some asshole pulls into the space that I'm purposely leaving open.
From the article: "HiRISE scientists say the frost is likely water frost instead of of CO2 frost because temperatures at this latitude probably do not get cold enough for carbon dioxide to condense."
...bastard. Clearly we need more resources allocated towards this.
They're looking for anything they can to bust Wikileaks/Assange. By the way, I'm surprised no one has commented on how outrages it is that the government is spending US tax dollars this way.
I'd really like to see a short story written in the point of view from Voyager 1...
Kind of interesting to think, get ~500,000 people to shell out $1.55. Micro donations could fund the future of science.