Radio NZ did a 40 minute interview with evolutionary biologist Alan Cooper (the lead researcher) on Saturday. It is well worth a listen if you've got the time.
On the few occasions that the scammers have managed to get hold of me, this is a game that I have played. Normally with the assistance of a Linux or ReactOS VM (ReactOS works quite well for this because it behaves just like Windows, but the various remote access apps they want to use will fail to run correctly). So far my record is 80 minutes of pretending to be a bit wet behind the ears.
I normally perform the term computer engineer or software engineer as I think it better acknowledges that most software is an engineering problem.
Here is photo taken in 1911 of the aircraft on the ice: http://www.flickr.com/photos/statelibraryofnsw/2866625141/ (other commenter's have already mentioned how the aircraft came to be wingless).
I wonder how much it would cost to simply buy 51% of Eolas? If the shares are publicly traded, with 23 companies being sued it might even be possible for them to buy a small share parcel each without too much notice.
Eric Lawrence has already blogged on the IE Team blog in support of this approach: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2009/06/25/declaring-security.aspx so it is possible that CSP will be adopted more generally.
Interestingly enough, New Zealand already has a free trade agreement with China.
The content of the Google submission to TCF can be found here. Some of the other submission (including the Auckland District Law Society and the Radio New Zealand submissions) are worth a read.
Rangataua (820853) writes "Google has voiced its opposition to a law change that would force internet service providers to cut off "repeat copyright infringers, in appropriate circumstances". The comments were made as part of a submission (PDF) to the Copyright working group of the Telecommunications Carriers' Forum."
That would be the former member of Parliament Judith Tizard (she lost her seat during the last General Election in November). Now would be a really good time for all New Zealand based Slashdot readers to contact Steven Joyce (who is the minister for Communications and Information Technology). It would probably also be a good idea to contact your local electorate MP to voice your concern.
Try mpg123 instead:
cat <file> | mpg123 -
In both my current car (Subaru Impreza WRX) and my previous car (Mazda Lantis V6) - both manual, the fuel cut off point is 1200 RPM. I believe that cut off point in a similar auto is about 1500 RPM.