A link that's not Slashdotted (yet).
I agree with the publisher, but I'm afraid we're going to have to go far down the rabbit hole before the majority give up their pirate ways.
I think the problem isn't having as many sensitive sensors as possible. It's integrating their output into a larger sensor framework.
And what about ALL the people who go to work every day? Are they being creative for a paycheck? Or is this argument the exclusive domain of artists?
Wonder if BEAM is being used behind the scenes?
Do Nations Have the Right To Kill Enemy Hackers?
I mandate that all enemy computers, be like the consoles in Star Trek. "Take THAT enemy combatant! *ZZZAAPPP!*".
So with this printer will I be able to create nano-spy-bugs?
Today they've launched their latest product, continuing along the same line of hiding cutting edge open source security tools in plain sight
I'll be impressed when they come out with the Pwn Condom.
"I just listened to a fascinating podcast with Valve's economist-in-residence, Yanis Varoufakis, about the unusual structure of the workplace at Valve where there is no hierarchy or bosses.
Can't remember the book, but there was a Brazilian oil company that had a similar structure.
"Code.org has released infographics and a video to explain why students should be taught to code in school.
I'm sure I'm going to offend quite a few, but in the grand scheme of things, why that particular set of skills? We could be teaching people other, just as important, fields, so why single out coding?
Studies show that Western urban children grow up so closed off in man-made environments that their brains never form a deep or complex connection to the natural world.
So what does their study say about "western" who have been raised rural?
Hey, things are new if you've never seen them before!
Just wait till you all grow up and discover cougars.
How about putting close at hand the tools to make a better, more educated post? Note Spellcheckers, and Wikipedia are close by. Wolfram Alpha for another, although none are integrated. Grammar and math checkers next.