..vertizement. Much clever! Wow. Such ninja!
Addicts. Sad but true.
...and invest in robotics/automation. You won't need a job.
..literally hundreds of others crossed the border illegally. USA USA USA!
And why did I have to be not logged in? Why? Why?
..will just use this as an excuse to hold your money even longer. Thanks Obama.
Paint it white.
Have a beer eh!
I recommend this documentary about dolphins, but is also related
In it's like okay, in my opinion, man.
Doesn't matter if you are on the "up and up". Things can be taken out of context. Might as well not give them ANY ammo to use. They say to always exercise your right to be silent. This is a preemptive way to do that.
I think you would be stupid not to try and keep your personal information away from strangers. Also make sure to kill your RFID chips in your credit cards. But for the rest of you, ignorance is bliss. Enjoy.
Most people won't use their devices if there is no connectivity. Just start building theaters with built-in Faraday Cage technology.
Iunno, I found it ironic that when Flash first came out, it was a way to create and inbed animation and sound into a website with very little weight. I actually used to make Flash sites actually smaller than HTML ones with raster graphics.
Then everyone decided to make Flash sites really heavy. Instead of going the route I thought it would go. The computers and the internet back then were too slow to handle those sites.
Now that we have the bandwidth and computing power, everyone seems to be bashing on Flash. When it is the best developer tool for vector based animation around. It's all backwardsy to me. I didn't expect it to be such a big deal that Adobe bought Macromedia.
If that iPhone was downloading illegal music/movies I bet they would find it in no time.
A gang using 3D printers. Hardcore. Must have been a gang from Utah. Only white people live here.
I had a long conversation with my brother about perceived value and video games compared with the value of a blockbuster movie. I am still concerned why games are still $60 where most Bluray movies are around half the price. Big blockbuster movies HAVE to cost more than the biggest game.
How are game publishers getting away with the $60 price tag?
Can an artist make a "Cover Song" of his/her song out of contract of a big record label, I wonder why artists haven't thought of this. Or do record companies own everything an artist does while in contract?