cripple apps by denying parts of their permission request. right now its all or nothing
Lanxon writes "It's true: 'Effects of cocaine on honeybee dance behavior,' 'Fellatio by fruit bats prolongs copulation time,' and 'Are full or empty beer bottles sturdier and does their fracture-threshold suffice to break the human skull?' are all genuine scientific research papers, and all were genuinely published in journals or similar publications. Wired's presentation of a collection of the most bizarrely-named research papers contains seven other gems, including one about naval fluff and another published in The Journal of Sex Research."
my dad uses this too and would agree that it is the shit. 20$/yr is nothing. That being said, why does anyone still want a land line? Being able to reduce my cell minutes because of this device would be MONEY!
dude- whatever. if this stuff is actually needed, the person over the net will say GO TO A DOCTOR. This sounds like a GREAT idea from a cost-savings perspective, which is the only one that matters here. Often, patients go in for an appointment with a drug in mind that they just need a script for. Like if i have poison ivy, i need steroids because in the past the topical stuff hasn't worked. If I don't get it the first time then i'll have to go in a 2nd time... costing me or my insurance something like 150$ each. clearly an online person could save alot of money here
so you're saying its not even enough combinations for good encryption!
feldhaus writes "The BBC reports that the first beams for over one year have been successfully sent around the complete circumference of the Large Hadron Collider. Engineers do not yet have a stable circulating beam but they hope to by 0600 GMT on Saturday."
Can't any amount of power move the ISS just at a slower rate?
are you assuming that child C did this while it was unplugged? because otherwise he may not be as eager to play with power in the future? and with only one working hand...
Playing perfectly = keeping 100% of your money in your wallet