Why vacuum? Hydrogen is almost as light, and then you don't need to maintain a vacuum.
Not if it's a codec issue that causes Plex to refuse to recognise certain
Cooperating with the NSA to give unrestricted access to private data (aka PRISM) is completely different to complying with subpoenas. Facebook got a patent on the latter, but not the former as the headline suggests.
If you have a problem with FB giving over your data in response to legal requests then take it up with the agencies making the requests, because Facebook don't get a choice in the matter.
That's not an orbit, that's hovering on retrorockets.
That doesn't match any descriptions of hypoxia.
Why wouldn't the cars just wait at home?
If that's the case how does the US spend a higher percentage of GDP on health than the UK?
Can you show some figures about exactly how much the "fed" is "printing" each month?
Indeed. How many employees does Samsung have now? There's new jobs being made when others disappear.
HFCS is 55% fructose, compared to sucrose which is 50% fructose. So what's the big deal?
It's not uncommon to spend 30 minutes on a packed train in the London Underground. That has windows, but there's not much to see.
Musk's design document (the PDF he provided) calls for three dampeners per pylon to mitigate earthquake damage.
WebP supports animation. Unfortunately the version in Chrome doesn't.
The Google Trends comparison is interesting.
Is this a preview of what might happen to Linux distros at some point in the future? Android has had a bigger impact than anyone expected. I wouldn't be surprised if it leads to Linux becoming more marginalised (servers only) and fewer people adopting it on the desktop.