It was never science in the first place. He used known flaws in experimentation to prove that you can make the mainstream publish anything. Which was the point he was trying to make.
8kB? Many RAM such luxury.
It's amazing what you can squeeze into 512B of RAM.
Which is clearly a desirable trait in an aerospace engineer.
This a plain BS, so what, by acquiring a trademark on "google", now google has trademark on all words terminating in oogle?
You have it bass ackwards. By acquiring a trademark on "Google", Google Inc. now has an obligation to prevent similarly-sounding similar products from existing in public lest they subsequently lose the trademark. I can empathize, but the poster basically painted a bullseye on themselves when they chose that name.
This isn't "if you can't beat them, join them", it's "BE A FLAMING ASSHOLE BECAUSE I'M COMCAST". All they need to do is price their offering at $50 or so for a year or two to kill off the municipal service, then they will be able to jack it up to $110 and watch it all burn.
Sounds perfect for Language Arts and Psych classes then.
Surely each slot is worth $20-50k or more for these expert workers.
Per annum. After all, the "maintenance costs" don't just go away...
This is not a recession, it's the new status quo. Unless the greed stops. Which it won't.
Why do people believe that preventing drug resistance is still possible? You can only switch to a drug they aren't resistant to yet, or to whose resistance they have lost.
The words are all there, but they don't make sense in that usage.
TL;DR: Classic keyboard layout optimization places commonly used keys close together to reduce finger motion, but swipe layout optimization spreads them out in order to improve recognition.
So what? There's nothing wrong with making money. There is something wrong with screwing up as badly as Sochutel did.
The real problem is that Sochutel failed to identify their acquisition as snake oil in the first place. It wasn't "security-focused", it was profit-focused from beginning to end.