I read this headline, and all I can think of is Steve Jobs being questioned in a tuxedo with a top hat and a cane, like this guy: http://bit.ly/fVUUOJ
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There is no need for glider-based spacecraft. Wings are useless in space. "man-rated" launch vehicles cost something like $10k per pound to go to orbit. The extra pounds for wings are a massive waste of money and resources.
The original design--The Capsule--was the right idea! Why not build a re-usable capsule?
I have spoken with 4 Google employees, all who have given the same information.
They are moving to Mac or Linux, employee's option.
Exceptions are only given on a case-by-case basis.
This is a misconception. Most ads are sold on a cost per view basis. Cost per click is primarily a way to sell search-engine based text ads.