Explained xkcd has a gif that combines most of the individual 'time' comics: http://www.explainxkcd.com/wiki/index.php?title=1190:_Time
I'd think for the debates to be a false dilemma it would have to be possible for a third party candidate to get elected.
Posted this last debate but, still relevant. Logical Fallacy Bingo
I'll be playing Logical Fallacy Bingo against my friends. I personally expect it to be a fast bingo game.
With the goal of allowing people alive today to live much, much longer. Like the Manhattan Beach Project is working on, but with more funding.
Silicon Valley should not only care that there are millions unemployed they should continue working to find better ways to make money off the fact that millions are unemployed. That's the type of caring you were asking about, right?
This will true until someone post the data on the pirate bay.
No it's true, source: http://www.theonion.com/video/cias-facebook-program-dramatically-cut-agencys-cos,19753/
surveyork writes "''Mozilla today officially released Firefox 4 Beta 9 and it's a big improvement over previous betas and a parsec beyond the Firefox 3.6.x experience. At this stage, after months of development, Mozilla developers are clearly nearing the end of this development marathon.' After Firefox beta 9, a beta 10 and a single RC are scheduled (this road map can change, of course). The main features of Firefox beta 9 are IndexedDB and tabs on titlebar (just like Chrome and Opera). IndexedDB allows sites to store data on your computer (with your prior authorization). Tabs on titlebar is self-explanatory. Old-schoolers can always turn on the 'show menu bar' to get their familiar GUI back. Oh, and Fx beta 9 is fast and starts fast. Firefox beta 9 available here and in lots of official mirrors."
Can't enslave rocks? Do you think the rocks volunteered to be part of the pyramids?
Shadowrun http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadowrun_(2007_video_game) had this feature. In my experience it was generally the PC players who had the advantage.
gyrogeerloose writes "In yet another of what's become an almost predictable cycle of events, Apple today reversed its rejection of the 'Ulysses Seen' web comic, admitting, 'We made a mistake.' The comic is now available in the App Store — just in time for Bloomsday, June 16. The comic's author, Robert Berry, is pleased, and adds that Apple 'never acted as a censor, never told us what we could or could not say. ... We didn't believe these were good guidelines for art, but respected their rights to sell content that met their guidelines at their own store. Apple is not a museum or a library for new content then, so much as they are a grocer.'"
The movie looks great...