beartek writes: Facebook is demanding that I provide a government issue ID for me to continue to use my Facebook identity of Googleis TheAntichrist. This scares the crap out of me!
Have Bob make a virtual machine out of the webserver. Google docs are a slippery slope - if you are a nonprofit use tech soup and gety a real Office suite!
beartek writes: "I received a notification from the IRS of a refund at an email address I had only given to dyndns.com this morning. email@example.com. I tried to call them but even though it's 10am where they are (New Hampshire), there is no one to tell. Please help me...."
Verizon has a huge billboard by my computer shop boasting of being the nations #1 4g provider... There's no 4 g for 100 miles from the sign! They are charter members of the Obfuscation Bureau!
I've compiled a few kernels...back in the day as they say. That's why god invented Ubuntu!
CWmike writes "A 'monstrous' jump in demand for Android-equipped smartphones has turned the market upside down, according to a retail pollster. Of the people who told ChangeWave Research in a mid-December survey that they planned to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days, 21% said they expected to purchase an Android phone. That number represented a 250% increase over the 6% that pegged Android as their mobile OS of choice when ChangeWave last queried consumers' plans in September. 'That change rivals anything that we've seen in the last three years of the smartphone market,' said Paul Carton, ChangeWave's director of research, adding that the sudden surge in consumer interest in Android had 'roiled' the market. 'This is an indication that Android has finally caught consumer interest,' added Carton, who cited the recent advertising campaign for the Motorola Droid smartphone as the reason why interest in Android has skyrocketed. Android's leap translated into good news for Motorola and HTC, the most prominent makers of Google-powered handsets, with the former reaping most of the benefit. Motorola's share of smartphone purchases in the next 90 days shot up from 1% in September to 13% in December. Carton tagged the company's Droid as the reason. '[It's] the first increase for Motorola we've seen in three years,' Carton said." Here is the ChangeWave report.
Amen to that;-