I have two questions. How old are you and how many kids do you have? My guess is the answers are "young" and "zero". So I guess I should let my 6 year old son just watch ass-to-mouth porn then. I don't think so. Contrary to your simplistic world view, there are some things that children are not ready for. Even this weekend, I was watching Phantom Menace with my oldest son (he's 6) for the first time. It led to all kinds of very difficult questions about death that he was probably only ready for 80% of ensuing discussion.
I'm currently 38 and I've had ready access to porn since I had my first 300 baud modem in 1986. I'm no prude and certainly don't think that children should be shielded from everything. But your speaking in absolutes that kids will either be ready to comprehend it or be disinterested in it just sounds pretty dumb.
His programmer had doubts, saying that the scraping and linking work he was doing was of limited value and had no commercial prospects. As he wrote in an e-mail:
This might be the first good time I can think of to use the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The mother should've sent a DMCA takedown notice to every company hosting the image including Google. Instead of going through barely monitored channels, it would have gone through the highest priority channels because if they don't respond to a DMCA takedown notice in a timely manner, they're liable for damages.
Based on the things the sick girl wrote on the images, it would seem the parents have a good case for libel against her. Many of her joking accusation are provably false and disparaging.
Any sensible move would have had them developing to a more open platform like
It came in through an ad utilizing a Java exploit. I was only 1 minor release behind on updating my JRE. Since this incident and the 45 minutes it took me to get rid of the stupid thing, I now surf with Firefox + adblock + noscript addons. It's just not worth it. I used to be OK with ads and even clicked on them occasionally but forget it now.
I have to say that was I absolutely shocked that Chrome let something like that through and that it was able to infect my system even though I never run as an admin user. Windows Security Essentials detected it but still let it infect my system and was unable to clean it out, so I ended up cleaning it out manually.
To solve, use:
210,700 / 666.66 ^ (1/36) = 1.1733775686728221274377171681115 - 1 = 17.34%.
The Web is now more critical to free speech than any other medium. It brings principles established in the U.S. Constitution, the British Magna Carta
From the Magna Carta:
If anyone who has borrowed a sum of money from Jews dies before the debt has been repaid, his heir shall pay no interest on the debt for so long as he remains under age, irrespective of whom he holds his lands. If such a debt falls into the hands of the Crown, it will take nothing except the principal sum specified in the bond.
He's right! The web is just like the Magna Carta.
People are now unreachable unless you have a prior relationship and they expect you to call them.
How do you find the phone number of your neighbor with a spotlight aimed at your window at 2:00 AM?
I'd put a towel in front of the window, go to sleep and talk to him about it in the morning.
I didn't see a single thing in your examples that led me to believe a printed phonebook is necessary. The world will be so much better off without such printed phonebooks.