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Microsoft looks to have come up with a Rube Goldberg version of Pentax' elegant "Shake Reduction" SR system that's been in their DSLR bodies for years.
Cheaper than the Kindle, and OPEN. Meet those two criteria and they'll sell by the boat-load.
"If a meta-analysis is conducted by an individual or organization with a bias or predetermined desired outcome, it should be treated as highly suspect or having a high likelihood of being "junk science". From an integrity perspective, researchers with a bias should avoid meta-analysis and use a less abuse-prone (or independent) form of research."
"He was in/near my house" is not a reasonable answer to "Why the hell did you shoot that guy?".
If he was IN my house, uninvited, it IS a reasonable excuse to "shoot that guy." Period. I can logically assume he is not there to do me any favors, else he would knocked.
Give me one good instance where an uninvited, unknown person, in the middle of the night, should be allowed in a person's house without legal recourse???
In the U.S., property ownership still trumps criminals' "rights," as it should.
They probably ARE keeping a file, but not for the reason you hope. Mostly because citizens who understand the Constitution, and remember that Thomas Jefferson once said, "the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants," are a stumbling block to wider and wider police powers. That that makes them a threat.
Pay for storage AND maintenance of said storage. The ISPs shouldn't be forced to spend a dime on this, even if it does pass.
Police-only encrypted portals?
Hmmmm... sounds like a challenge.
If KDE isn't stable on your machine, then you still have crappy hardware. Or are you just editorializing?
Si vis pacem, para bellum.
At least the focus IS set to the search field. It always irked me that wikipedia requires an extra mouse-click before it's usable. Lame.
So. Android it is, then. That was an easy decision.