PETA themselves euthanize plenty of animals: http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry...
The iPads weren't standalone education devices â" they were supposed to work in conjunction with another device carrying curriculum from a company named Pearson. But the district now says the combined tech didn't meet their needs, and they want their money back.
So... They didn't test the iPad / content combo to establish usability / feasibility / usefulness prior to dropping all this cash?
The ISS crew stays in their tin can for six month stints and seem to get along fine
Six months is not a year, and a year is not three.
Now, we are sending up a guy who will be there a full year, so we may see other things. Subtle (or not) effects of neurosis is almost a certainty. But such isolation could bring out more serious manifestations.
I think studies of prison inmates in isolation would probably be useful.
It might be interesting to look at studies done with long term prisoners in jails, where isolation and the effects of it, are fairly known.
My guess is that at this point, any Apple watches on Ebay are counterfeit...
This is really the dumbest of ideas. Probably what is going on is that Amazon wants to patent a bunch of random "done with a drone" type stuff to be used against other companies like the Patent Troll that is Amazon.
I wonder what HP's policy for manufacturing and sourcing are with regards to human rights?
I prefer to up my security level by using ROT13 exactly 24 times. I mean, you can't make heads nor tails of that mess of letters.
Not buying it. I think if someone wanted to unload a substantial number of bitcoins - perhaps in the $100k range - that exchange would balk.
It seems you could actually get about $259 in return for a bitcoin this morning.
That is a purported value. It's questionable if anyone would actually hand over the cash if you wanted to exchange 20 or 30 bitcoins for US dollars.
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That's a shame. Why has the Right Wing been able to take hold their? Do the majority of Australians think that way?
Here in Australia
I've heard that things like privacy and freedom are hard to come by in Australia.
I mean why would a brewery want to launch beer into space...
To brew the ultimate "ice" beer.
Companies might be willing to pay a few hundred extra for a secure tablet - but not almost two grand.
It's aimed at government.
Also initially I read the name as SuckuTablet.