Arvisp writes "According to a blog post by former Google China president Kai-Fu Lee, Apple plans to produce nearly 10 million tablets in the still-unannounced product's first year. If Lee's blog post is to be believed, Apple plans to sell nearly twice as many tablets as it did iPhones in the product's first year."
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver was one of my favorite games from the PSX / Dreamcast era. Great (for the time) graphics, decent voice acting, and a compelling storyline were enough to hook me back then, and if the series could be reimagined with updated graphics and a darker "feel" (perhaps coming close to the vibe of the God of War series) for modern consoles, I'd be pretty happy.
Oddly enough, my wife and I are taking a drive to Las Cruces, NM today - it's the closest Jack in the Box to Albuquerque - and our first "sight-seeing" stop on the way home will be the land where the Spaceport is being built!
Huxley_Dunsany writes "Hi fellow Slashdotters. I'm a 26 year old nerd who works for a well-known electronics company. My work, while emotionally rewarding, has recently become a huge source of financial stress, to the point where I'm unable to afford the house I bought a couple of years ago, and am struggling desperately to make ends meet every month. My wife has been unbelievably supportive (emotionally and financially), but is now seeing me become angry and depressed on a regular basis, and is encouraging me to take up prayer/meditation/anything to help me de-stress while we work through these difficult times. However, as a proud Atheist and logical, scientifically-minded person, I'm having a hard time finding resources that don't force me to manually separate the useful info from the spiritualist hokum. So, that's where the wisdom of the Slashdot crowd comes in — please share any tips or ideas that can help me keep my sanity (and marriage!), without forcing me into a spiritual mode that holds no appeal to me! Thanks in advance. PS I posted this in the "Enlightenment" section as a sort of meta-pun. Forgive me, I couldn't help myself!"