I know it isn't the answer you're looking for, but i would suggest to move the mail server to Linode or similar.
I have have been through a similar story, trying to avoid being blocked as spam. If you fix this problem, new ones will appear again and again. It just isn't worth the fight IMO.
Moving to the cloud won't solve all your problems, but it will be easier.
The telcos, who connect phones to the network, promote their services using easily marketable handsets instead of competing on their own merits.
This is a horrible subversion of competition, and it destroys both markets. If handsets were sold by independant vendors, there would be a lot more room for "niche" customers, who like smaller phones, physical keyboards, long battery life or large screens for vision impaired. And if connectivity was sold in its own market, there would be room for subscriptions that don't bleed you dry when abroad, give you good coverage everywhere at a higher price or give you low price, but low coverage etc.
Instead we get just a few "one size fits all" models and subscriptions that favor the only the largest demographics.
Obligatory car analogy: If you want to buy a car, you have to get it from the oil company. Statoil have a good offer on Ford this month, but you can get a Fiat for "free" if you subscribe to BP's monthly refill service. And, of course, the car will not run if you fill it at a competing gas company.
So how do they fight back against an army of robots?
I can only see one way to do it; move the fight away from the battlefield and into the civilian world. Not exactly a desirable outcome for either side.
I agree; using antibiotics where they aren't needed is despicable.
HTML5, which eventually surpassed it to become the virtual industry standard for Web-based rich content
I would disagree. Flash is still very much the de facto standard, like it or not.
Some more detailed info: http://www.managementlab.org/files/u2/pdf/case%20studies/OticonCaseStudy_.pdf
Perl never ran on any browser.
Actually, i believe it did in one of the early vesions of IE.
Not out of the box, mind you. As far as i recall, IE at the time would run any scripts that could be executed in an interpreter that complied with MS' scripting interface (forgot the name). And there was such an interpreter for perl.
The gamers understand it's unrealistic to expect civilians not to get killed, and the best that you can really do in any war is to not go out of your way to kill them like the Nazi's did.
Last i checked, US was not at war with Pakistan, which is where (according to the summary) there are civilian casualties.
Why not go all the way and have a thermal wires in addition to electric wires in the house? Need cooling for an electric appliance? Just plug it into the cold socket. Heat for a cup of coffee? Use the hot socket.
All the heat+cold could be collected in a Stirling engine, or even go all the way back to the power plant for "recycling".
Get a digital camera, that can be triggered externally, with low (and known) latency.
Use a flash. It will 1) eliminate the need for shutter speed and 2) illuminate the scene so the camera can use a small aperture, and not need auto focus.
Use barcodes as identifying symbols - there is plenty of barcode scanning software. Turn it "sideways" if needed for further robustness against motion blur
Print the barcode on a reflective material. Then it could easily be the brightest spot in the photo - easy to identify.
This is France - not the US. Revenue is a not really something the government is working towards. Real governments (that actually function as such - and not as corporations) do exist, you know.
Look at Japan! Sure, they have probably the most strict gun control laws of any place -- even police rarely carry guns. But does that stop murders and mayhem? Nope! It just making the killings more gruesome and painful.
The statistics seem to disagree with that statement:
http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_mur_percap-crime-murders-per-capita (Japan is 3rd from the bottom)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_murder_rate (4th from the bottom)
Xbox was at a similar amount. I don't think this figure has changed much for the later consoles.