It's not bribery, it's free speech!
Depends on how it's framed. If they write the bill so it's all about finding out who orders Telemundo so they can be deported I think it would get a lot of support.
I just picture some low income student showing up in a red shirt to a room full of grinning SOBs in yellow and blue.
True, it's more like a ponzi scheme where the last people to buy in get stuck with the inevitable losses.
If you think it will take an hour, say it will that three, then when it takes two you're a genius for getting it done so fast.
Using the amazing "fingers" brain interface device.
Also still 1,500$. I can't find that much money in the hardware, so where did it go?
That there is such a thing as the Taiwanese Fair Trade Commission.
The cost of implementing strong encryption is the time it takes and the CPU cycles to run it. There has never been a high dollar cost that I am aware of other then these two factors. The former issue is alleviated through a standard frame-work, of which there are already a great many. The later can not be reduced, and can be a significant factor on virtual environments where CPU time is at a premium.
There's no need to fight, you BOTH suck.
Locate a black hole and start shooting monkeys at it! "Science can not progress without heaps [of monkeys]"
Depends on if they get Pixar to make the movie first.
It's now a redundant (meaning duplicated) department. This does not mean the games will stop, it means that they will be made by Disney.
Seems we could write a simple gTalk/gMail client that just sent random chatter back and forth. Get enough of them going and it would be near impossible to filter out the noise.