Well either that or we need to rethink how we measure brain activity.
After so many "Your next car" posts on Slashdot presenting anti-features like MS Windows, brain control or remote disabling systems, finally here's a story with a feature that might actually benefit being added to a car.
My goodness, what has happened to Slashdot? Have the competent admins been replaced with morons?
Several lines of dialogue, usually in this order:
"Let's hope we don't have another burn out"
"Would it help if I got out and pushed?"
"They told me they'd fixed it!"
I don't really have a single answer myself, but this is quite possibly the best
Heh, yeah I remember throwing a second I/O card into my 286, soldering up a couple of resistor ladders to the back of D-25 connectors and enjoying 8-bit stereo sound on the resultant 2 DACs plugged into LPT ports with different addresses. Oh yes.
You mean other than the fact they're a complete joke?
From the summary:
Recent research suggests that many believe we will stop using notes and coins altogether in the not-too-distant future
I am certain that research is correct. Just as it was correct 40 years ago.
Can I use it to line the inner surface of my telescope?
I vote Mos Eisley.
After all, where else would one find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy, outside of Washington that is...
apt-get/yum install celestia
The problem is that there are no license requirements for bikes, so many riders are totally unaware of the actual laws, and often highly inexperienced..
Drivers at least have to pass a test, and while there are plenty of bad drivers they should at least have some experience and understanding of the rules.
Well the solution to this is fairly clear...
So... why is it still open?
Smart TVs are almost certainly involved and if they aren't already, soon will be.
Gullible people seem quite happy to install TVs with inbuit cameras and microphones in their living rooms and connect them to the Internet. What could possibly go wrong?