In the future everything will be manufactured by robots.
Fine, fine, but where will the robots be made? And as for slave labor, well, there's always some job that won't be done with robots - the fact is that we have a long way to go before robots are cheaper to replace than kids. If we ever somehow pass that line (we won't) then I guess we can turn the poor into Soylent Green.
I'm confident the technology exists to keep something dry, in 2010.
I, for one, am quite happy with my "roof", as it's called.
Actually I've just been granted a patent on the 'roof' and so...
Oh. Wrong kind of Texas story. Sorry.
I think this is another Google's April First joke
No, it's legit. I've already tested it out mysef, and it worked as advertised. Sadly, I accidentally used the new Google Docs feature that allows you to upload ANYTHING to upload myself, so now I can't see the people waving. Hmm.
Software production is assumed to be a line function, but it is run like a staff function. -- Paul Licker