Is that duck-typing or duck-stereotyping?
Is that duck-typing or duck-stereotyping?
I'd give it six stars for visuals, but negative 3 stars for story. Fortunately, they never let the story interfere with the action - they just used it to break it up once in a while.
Network operators and governments may have different ideas and not be so horrified by people generating their own electricity and depriving power utilities of their God given grant to gouge.
You can submit poll suggestions / ideas, Yes.
One day, this should mean a better poll-specific interface, but for now, just use the regular story-submission page. It's a bit of a kludge in our system, but submissions turned into polls don't get karma credit, the way accepted stories do -- sorry about that, and (not quite as bad as the final scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark) top men are working on it.
Upshot is that just like other submissions, and position on the page aside, we're going to run polls that the editors think are a good idea, largely drawn from reader suggestions -- that's how the site's always worked. Submit more / better polls? Aye, you betcha, please do, and have at!
Some examples and hints here: http://slashdot.org/journal/23...
And, how does this all relate to the much-feared, much-publicized "global warming"
Because those much maligned atmospheric scientists who are apparently not as good at their field as sudoko puzzle writers, PR folks and economists are involved with both.
Otherwise it has nothing at all to do with climate change.
I must note that the hottest decade on record was the same decade in which the ozone layer was most depleted
I must note that ultraviolet is not infrared, and also that your hottest decade is a bit out of date.
Nah -- wasn't me
Thus you need to consider more than one little bit, which is the easiest bit, of the long chain of effort between sand and CPU or the new material and CPU.
As for the biodegradable rant - it's not cellulose anymore and may be no more biodegradable than many plastics.
The above assumes you are being honest and are merely mistaken.
However I suspect such an embarrassing major error was actually intentional and pretended shock jock contagious stupidity in the hope of fooling people to reject something out of hand just because "green" was in the summary and thus it needs to be put down immediately for ideological reasons. If that's the case I suggest you grow up, pull your head in, and consider it in practical terms instead of fucking stupid political games.
True, but it seems string theory attracts more woo and people trying to claim it predicts something.
Will Apples be made of wormwood?
I'm sorry Mr. Johnson, your computer has termites.
The final threat for Google’s Android may be the most pernicious: What if a significant number of the people who adopted Android as their first smartphone move on to something else as they become power users? In Apple’s last two earnings calls, Tim Cook reported that the "majority" of those who switched to iPhone had owned a smartphone running Android. Apple has not specified the rate of switching, but a survey found that 16 percent of people who bought the latest iPhones previously owned Android devices; in China, that rate was 29 percent. For Google, this may not be terrible news in the short run. If Google already makes more from ads on iOS than Android, growth in iOS might actually be good for Google’s bottom line. Still, in the long run, the rise of Android switching sets up a terrible path for Google — losing the high-end of the smartphone market to the iPhone, while the low end is under greater threat from noncooperative Android players like Cyanogen which has a chance to snag as many as 1 billion handsets. Android has always been a tricky strategy concludes Manjoo; now, after finding huge success, it seems only to be getting even trickier.
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People should keep that in mind when they argue for non-free browsers over Free Software browsers such as Firefox, GNU IceCat, and others. Being free to control your Internet experience is critical, being free to decide what you want to take in is never totally in your hands when you run non-free (proprietary, user-subjugating) software. The proprietor always has the upper hand even if they don't use that power right away or in ways you don't see or understand.