If your sperm was swimming in crap, you must have been REALLY confused on how to properly get your wife pregnant!
I tend to use mine for just a few years before the style either bores me or my usage pattern changes enough to warrant an upgrade.
Informative, but one place you fail miserably is at bulleting points:
Dan Rather Reports had a episode on this I watched a few weeks ago. I'm just a layman, but I was under the impression that there was intermingling of different bee colonies whenever bees are trucked in from different parts of the country. They noted this as one of the ways problems with one bee colony can spread faster (like an airport phenomenon).
Perhaps there is no genetic mixture when different colonies are pollinating the same orchards?
Lots of sites I frequent use it and it's a *terrible* UI model for browsing and commenting on forums. It's slow, has a clunky UI, lacks features, and even WORSE they scrub comments religiously if you even remotely criticize the parent site or any of its prinicipals. I'm assuming Disqus is presenting hosts with a ridiculously cheap package for anyone to think it's a good idea.
Unless it's another Total Information Awareness tool and they don't *care* about how usable it is...
You're all talking abotu CONSTRUCTION. I'm talking about DESIGN.
Pretty funny coming from a guy who didn't bother reading the article.
Copying files isn't a new technology. Neither is copying a recipe for meth in a secluded trailer.
That all sounds grand in Libertarian Heaven, but the reality is letting them go down would have been a devastating impact on the economy and probably enough to make recession far worse. BTW, I don't know if any of those links made the point but the estimated costs for social services for all those laid off employees would have been over $100 BILLION.
It's not about absolute prevention. Making it illegal keeps it off the books and out of the catalogs. The casual buyers no longer have access. It also deters bigger monied interests from investing in improving the technology enough to make them practical. I don't know much about these 3D weapons, but from the results that activist was getting, it'll take more than a guy tuning a printer in his basement to make them practical. This is a case where prohibition can have a real impact, especially when it's focused on creating some technology from being created.
It's like an orgy of reach-arounds with you all congratulating each other on your witticisms.
They don't call it the Red(neck) Planet for nuthin'
Yo mama so fat, if she was any bigger she'd start fusing hydrogen.
ha! cute story!
What is the range for a drone that can:
1. carry a decent-sized package
2. travel far enough away from a routing center to make building a drone network across a city viable
3. not be a nuisance in terms of noise, pollution, etc.
4. not be a danger to some curious 5 year old sitting on her porch
5. not be so expensive that building a drone network becomes impractical
I can't imagine that the costs can compete with bike messengers in congested cities or vans in sparse suburbs