Ummm...Hawaii has had it for 40+ years. Just as one example.
Maybe they were testing it?
They should talk to Joe McMoneagle, the remote viewer who worked for the US government's psychic spying program. I believe it was he who revealed the Soviet's new Typhoon-class submarine (hello Red October!) before anyone else knew it existed. I think Joe would take his money.
It's "Clever Girl". Goddamn it! I hate this hacker crap!
Although it would give us a way to get rid of our overstocks of horsemeat....
Don't say that in front of Burger King.
My take on Flouride: There is a warning on the back of toothpaste that says "If ingested, seek IMMEDIATE medical assistance." Toothpaste with out Flouride? No such warning. Also, realize that Flouride is a byproduct of Phosphate mining--essentially hazardous waste.
Why does the parent have to be scored a 5 already? I want to moderate it up some more!
Along with the Space Herpes. Just Sayin'
I say this with no due respect--Fuck that language. 800 lines of Job Control Language to write "Hello World". Yeah, no.
If groklaw is correct, and this is tantamount to evidence disposal, then IBM's lawyers should be all over this. I rarely side with IBM these days, but I'm really rooting for them to do the right thing (vaporize SCO).
I think you mean Non-Euclidean architechture. You can turn-in your Lovecraft membership card at the door.
Yes, but it's not just "kinda versatile". It can replace just about every petroleum product out there. Food, clothing, building materials, plastics, paper, blah, blah blah... Hemp for victory. We should be growing it here...not importing it from Canada.
Or the physicists that said heavier-than-air flight was impossible, right up until the Wright brothers achieved it.
Nerdfest writes "Venturebeat is reporting that a successfully funded Kickstarter project for a portable phone charger that works with both Apple and Android devices has been canceled because Apple wouldn't let the creators license its Lightning connector. Quoting: 'Edison Junior, the technology and design lab behind the POP portable power station, is returning the full $139,170 in funding it received from Kickstarter backers to develop the device. Unfortunately, Apple has refused to give the project permission to license the Lightning charger in a device that includes multiple charging options. ... "We didn’t get a yes or a no up front," Siminoff said. "But as we kept going back and forth it was clear that it was getting harder. Then, when we saw that they weren’t even going to allow a Lightning connector and a 30-pin connector together, we knew it was over." He also said that, while Apple is a private company and can do whatever it wishes, it should watch out. "When you do things that are bad for the customer I think it will be bad for them.”''" Update: 12/21 22:16 GMT by S : Apple has relented. A spokesman for the company told Ars, "Our technical specifications provide clear guidelines for developing accessories and they are available to MFi licensees for free. We support accessories that integrate USB and Lightning connectors, but there were technical issues that prevented accessories from integrating 30-pin and Lightning connectors so our guidelines did not allow this. We have been working to resolve this and have updated our guidelines to allow accessories to integrate both 30-pin and Lightning connectors to support charging."
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