Really? 'cause mine's just fine, in WebOS or android. Even runs complex flash stuff respectably (as in better than some not-too-old desktops). Maybe it just seems like it's taking forever because of your slow burning syphilis, but I have no basis for comparison.
No. No it doesn't.
Anyone who offers a sale below the cost of manufacture is seriously lacking in business sense. At worst this should only have netted zero. Any model where "the more you sell, the more you lose" is just stupid. That, and if you can't make a dozen cupcakes for £6.50 (~$13!) after cost, you should really give up baking.
She was a minor at the time, so it's on his dime.
No, this is vandalism.
Can we stop calling everything "Terrorism" now?
It depends on whether or not Steve Jobs throws a hissy fit.
Guess you haven't met many CCIEs...
"verdict that, if rendered, puts all IT admins *who do their job* in danger."
Nope, that's not it. One of the main charachters in the show I'm thinking of had a deaf child. Like... still a baby, and born deaf.
Hmmm... lets see... I didn't say everyone needs to be the same, and there's a big difference between considering "being different" a dissability, and considering "not being able to do something" as being a dissability.
In regards to history, are you referring to the invention of the wheel chair and prosthetic limbs, or hearing aids, or maybe asthma inhalers, or perhaps insulin or pace makers. Wait a minute?!? Are those people just conformists! Wow they tricked me!!! I thought they just wanted to live!
I think it's laughable that people are as against having their hearing fixed as I would be against having my hearing taken away.
... of this article as I did of an episode of a TV show (ER or some similar medical show I only caught part of an episode of) where one of the main characters had a deaf child and the "specialist" they were recommended to for potential treatment asked them to consider the wonderful "gift" she had, or something like that. Like I said, I only caught part of the show, so if anyone knows the show/episode I'm talking about and has a clearer idea of what they were trying to say, feel free to chip in.
As for what exactly I think of that suggestion, and this one; It's really dumb, and likely an offensive concept to anyone who feels held back by their disability. Go "morally protest" something important and stop telling people it's questionable to want to be able to perform at a "normal" level.
Only thing I can think of is how it might mess w/ lie detector results, which are at least in part related to pulse rate...
I submit that anyone that conceivable _could_ do any damage of any significant nature through the BASIC interpreter on a C64 emulator on an iPhone has almost certainly already jail broken their phone and are already doing much wackier things. Further, if they haven't, then this provides further incentive to jailbreak.
Add to that the PR nightmare of constantly pulling the same app repeatedly, and it should make both users and developers feel increasingly gun shy about the app store.
If you have a contract to produce a certain number of albums, but you also sign over ownership of your works during the contract, then the songs you produce during your contract even if they don't make it to an album belong to Sony (or whoever).
IANAL and it depends on the fine print, but there's a good chance this guy is boned.