I liked Scottie
Maybe she will pop up elsewhere.
Lets hope it doesn't start by attacking rubber seals.
Plenty of biological material was left on the surface in jettison bags during the apollo missions. Its going to be interesting when those bags get retrieved. In fact I wonder if it justifies a sample return mission right now.
Yeah, given that launch sites tend to be on coastal areas.
But the wheels aren't failing. The skin on the wheels is failing but the wheels will work fine with structure alone.
Any proposal in which users hand over their private keys to a third party (such as a webmail provider) should be assumed to be done with the blessing of, or at the request of, law enforcement or intelligence agencies
Where did it say in there that users would hand over private keys to a third party?
Doctorow succeeds partly due to self promotion, but that will only work for a few prominent authors. Not everybody can be an editor on boing boing.
So create your own e-book and associated infrastructure.
DRM's e-books (like on Amazon) are hard to lend out or re-sell. Prices are lower but more books are sold. Taking geography out of the distribution equation means that more books can be sold, without physically shipping a supply to every corner of the planet. Simpllfying the supply chain doesn't have to mean that the producer gets less money.
Isn't that because it is burning rubber? All the burns with that engine type are dirty.
Paper eliminates itself over time but I would agree that content from Amazon is not immune to fiddling in the back end.
Come on. Nobody buys reading material from shops any more. The only bookshops which remain in my city sell junk. But I don't like the idea of buying everything through Amazon either.
Bomb belts really should have grounding points.