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What kinds of devices have we been interacting with for centuries? That's what I'd like to know.
The nipples of your mother. The only intuitive interface in the world.
See http://allthingsnuclear.org/tagged/fission_stories for a growing collection of incidents that almost went wrong.
A U.S. geek appears to have accidentally written history simply by having sex.
Fixed that for you.
Panama? I only see an image of Africa and Asia.
See?! That proves it's photoshopped, They even forgot to put in parts of America.
One obvious difference - in the NASA image, clouds have no shadow, in the russian one they do. That makes the NASA image look flat, and the russian one jump out in 3D. Why that is, I'm not sure.
The Russian image is taken at the day-night border, where the sunlight comes from the side, while the NASA image is taken around noon. The shadows make the landscape much more visible. Spy satellite images are often taken in the morning or late afternoon for the same reason.
St. Andreas is not the only possible area of a quake. In the Washington area there is more tension building up:
The streetview service is not illegal in Germany. Google voluntarily pixels houses if people living there demand it. They don't have to. Other services like sightwalk.de do it without for years.
==> so it's hosted in Denmark now!
I recommend that the 4498 unrelated sites should do likewise, and find a hosting provider with a spine.
the hostingprovider has a spine and was danish from the beginning. The serverhoster (serverloft) has no spine and is located in Germany.