Slashbots seem to contradict this with pretty much every comment. Example: a circle-jerk of narcissist STEM-guys who believe they're better than everyone else because of their infatuation of IT.
Unless you've used the same password for gmail as for whichever site has been hacked, it shouldn't matter. I found my gmail address, but the password had never been used at Google. The problem is if you've reused the password on a bunch of sites where your email address can be used as login.
The incentive is of course to get a better map. I'm happy to report bugs in software I use, as long as it isn't too inconvenient.
Reporting errors in Google Maps used to be fairly simple, if you knew how, but the constant changes in the UI makes it difficult. When they first introduced bicycle maps, there were quite a few grave errors initially (up/down a stairway, along a motorway where bicycling is prohibited). They were fixed pretty soon after I reported them.
After messing around in Maps for a while (web version), I see that it's still easy enough to report errors. Just click the speech bubble.
Lots of people with high IQ are far from brilliant. It's only a test result, it doesn't tap into your brain. The supposed verification of an IQ test is actual academic achievement; when high IQ people have low academic achievement, it might just as well mean the test is flawed.
Wow, "2, interesting" for this childish nonsense. Slashdot really is failing hard these days.
England imposed hefty student fees quite recently. There were riots, of course, but they led to nothing (except the arrest of a number of looters).
Few adults can hear sounds above 18kHz. I remember making tone generators in Pascal as a kid, beeping out audible 22kHz notes that my older brother and my dad couldn't hear. Later on, I'd try similar programs on my mobile phone, but the damn device couldn't generate tones above 16.5kHz. Poor hardware, I thought, until I tried it on my 16 years old nephew.
Grasshoppers aren't nearly that high pitched.
And in this case a right wing think tank also claim they should cut down forests for a laugh and be unwilling to do the right thing even when forced by the government.
I remember reading Junkscience.com's own 'global temperatures'. They had marked temperature differences between summer and winter. Someone ought to tell them the globe is, well, globe-shaped.
It's not exactly a trustworthy source of anything.
The quote doesn't support your claim, dude. Lurn 2 reed.
You're right. Nothing ever is Apple's fault.
The thing is, a normal 1080p 22" screen or 2560x1440 27" screen sucks at text rendering. Just look at any modern phone, and see how beautifully text is rendered. Now look back at your monitor. Even with all sorts of anti-aliasing magic, whether you're on Windows, OS X or X11, it just does not look good. 2560x1440 on a 13" monitor is just about acceptable. Sadly, the industry has been pushing multi-media and 1080p instead of pushing the boundaries, which is why any old computer can run all the new games today, and no one needs to buy a new PC for anything.
Also, what you're looking for is a tiling window manager.
Probably, but since Norway imports both meat and vegetables, it just doesn't matter.
Yes, if local sheep were the realistic alternative, but they're not. The infrastructure for transporting sheep is the same as for vegetables. The army doesn't do sheep farming.