Sorry, my original post was unclear. I am completely uninterested in either phone, and those (plus the S4) are the only ones I've managed to find that have keyboard cases.
The problem is that the Galaxy S4 and the iPhone are basically the only two phones for which someone has bothered to make one of these. If someone were to make one for the Nexus 4/5, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
Have not managed to find a keyboard case for a single phone that I would actually consider buying. iPhone? nope. Samsung Galaxy III? Nuh uh. There exists not a single keyboard case for the Nexus 4/5. If someone makes one, I will buy it in a heartbeat.
Presumably there's a general compression algorithm that works on all data types, but Richard wrote specific optimizations for certain media types (the original goal of the project was to process music, so he probably started there).
When I read the summary, I couldn't believe that Amazon had lost over six times its revenue. Then I saw that the revenue was in billions and the net loss was in millions. Fine, $19,000 million dollars looks awkward (despite what Randall Munroe thinks), but there has to be a less confusing way to convey that information.
For 18 months you take your infant to a doctor who pumps her full of drugs, which, while curing her of a terrible disease, gives her horrible side-effects. Then the doctors tell you they think she's cured, but that they want to continue the debilitating drug regimen "just to be sure." Is it really so irrational to say, "No, screw that. My daughter's better now. No need to subject my baby to all this continual agony"? Not saying this is what happened, but since you don't know the specifics and circumstances any better than I do, how about we just forego judgement on this woman?
Yeah, but the mother presumably knows that HIV is passed through breastmilk. So it seems unlikely she would continue to breastfeed longer than absolutely necessary (which, given the existence of formula, means the kid was almost certainly never breastfed).
Post 18 months? Possible, but unless the mother was actively trying to reinfect her kid...
After 18 months? Unless the mom is Lysa Arryn...
The Washington Post story states:
Researchers confirmed through DNA sequencing that the infection in the child is not a new infection, but was the one passed from the mother.
Presumably they didn't want to pile the Slashdot Effect on top of their server woes. But a quick google search turns up: http://www.ocearch.org/profile/katharine/
is my go-to source for internet shorthand. Any reason the FBI's too good to just use that?
This is wrong. Before one "collapses" a particle's state, it actually *does* exist in all states simultaneously. See the double-slit experiment.
his initials, Paul Ingrisano