I say we harness the power of the atom from a circular trajectory. It's the only way to be positive.
Well, obviously, you need both. You'd like a GNSS (a system of navigation satellites) to help you navigate. But how will the satellites navigate themselves? They need an additional GSNS (system for navigation of satellites).
This is Microsoft. Their software never fails.
Given how much money the US has saved, other countries would have to lose almost million of them on US soil.
sudo killall politicians
If I go to a general store, I can't pay with US dollars. Are they not real money?
Over a hundred comments and still no mention of Mozilla Persona / BrowserID. It's the best of both worlds, saving you from having your own authentication system (and users from having another password to remember), while still not giving personal data to Google. It's dead simple to implement, why don't more websites do it?
You can leave the profile empty, and enter a false name.
That still doesn't explain the outrage over YouTube - Gmail - G+ integration. All the accounts are with Google, and they know everything from all three services. So does NSA. And don't think thay can't identify if you log to their different services with different accounts but with the same IP address.
Wait, let me get this straight. Logging in with Google using the old mechanism is fine. Logging in with Google using Google+ is bad. I've always thought that the outrage is about giving your data to Google, but that's not the case here? Basically, it's just "Everything Google does is great, but strap a non-alphanumeric character to the name, and it's the spawn of Satan"?
Care to share your definition of "real money"? Money can only be something that people value above its production cost, which makes the existence of "real money" impossible.
You mean the Moops?
Yeah, there must be an agency in the US that stores all telephone call logs. Oh, wait...
GWB was especially incompetent for a president, yet he still was elected twice. I don't know how much this was caused by his patriotic speeches and how much by his father's, but he certainly wouldn't be in office if he spent the war money on something like a nationalized power distribution system.
The summarization of the summary of the summary comes into play again. The funny thing is, if you try to spend extra money on infrastructure like roads, power generation and distribution or healthcare, people will no longer vote for you. If you spend the money on war, you can play the "patriot" and "fear" cards, and they will love you.