Which is why I've tied a monitor to the ceiling, playing a video of what my screen looks like while I'm working, and have my google glasses propped up on top of my head looking up.
I'd love to hear how people performed CPR in the 1700s. Did they have a clue what they were doing or were they just beating the Devil out of the man?
Jude was a member of a team of people who worked out compression frequency and breathing and then demonstrated that it worked on humans as an alternative to cutting them open and massaging their heart by hand.
Prior to that, people just blew air into you, then pushed on your chest to push the air out or moved your arms and chest around to get air in and out of your lungs. They didn't even think about trying to get your heart to beat for you, except maybe by accident.
Just issue everyone a new set of fingerprints.
Although, I do like to imagine some of the rage typists are actually holding in the [Shift] key...
THANKS FOR TELLING ME ABOUT CAPS LOCK1 NOW I DON'T HAVE TO HOLD THE SHIFT KEY ANYMORE1
Don't swap the control and alt keys, please. I have to press ^A, ^X, ^C and those are going to be absolutely awkward if the keys are right under each other. Put it where the capslock key is now, so ^A is just shifting my fingers a key left.
because they didn't think MPEG-LA's pool charged enough
Of course it didn't charge enough! Why join a patent pool and get some tiny fraction of some fraction of revenue, when you can just sue directly and demand 5% of the revenue from the source?
The Sewing Machine Patent Combine worked because there were three patent holders. When there are 3000 patent holders, all of them want their 5% and the system breaks down completely.
The airspace above your property is public, and not an extension of your property.
Only above X feet: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
That's OK, the troll has probably already filed for patents on using some other encryption algorithm they didn't invent with some other communications protocol they didn't invent, that was originally designed to be able to use the algorithm in the way they claim they invented.
Better yet would be if the vendors just took care of it, of course, but given their lack of motivation and alacrity
Perhaps the first step could be to hack the execs' phones and make them send text messages out to all the employees telling them that this patch needs to be pushed ASAP.
Is that like the login form AT&T used for a while to pretend it was all mobile-6-point-oh-like where the password field was a plain text box with a script that turned the letters you typed into dots after you type the next letter?
There's a reason that all the major browsers don't autofill forms until you tell it to.
I'm pretty fucked if anyone wants to pwn my Sprint HTC Evo 4G.
At this point, HL3 (or even just "HL2 episode 3") is going to become Valve's Daikatana or Duke Nukem Forever. Just following on from the end of Hl2e2 is going to be a huge hurdle (their writer must be at least this good in order to get on this ride) never mind whatever Source engine technology they want to show off.
I think that Newell sees only two possibilities: 1) they never make the game or 2) they make the game and everyone hates it.
Single 39.6% tax threshold: $41320
Married 39.6% tax threshold: $46850
In order for this to be a tax ADVANTAGE for two earners, the 39.6% threshold would have to be at least $82640. This is actually a penalty, since if both spouses make $40k, before they married their taxes each would have been below 39.6%, now that they're married, nearly all of the second spouse's income is taxed at the higher rate.
Especially the % for "things dropped into the body". How often do human surgeons drop something in the body? My guess is that the issue in the robot case, the surgery has to be paused while a human scrubs in to fish the object out.
You also get tax breaks for the marriage thing
Standard deduction, single: $6300
Standard deduction, married filing jointly: $12600
The only tax break you get is if your wife is a stay-at-home mom where you can double your tax deduction. Of course, then she runs the risk of losing all her credits etc from having no income.
if you have kids, you get those breaks too
You get those breaks as a single parent too.