Did I just step out of a time machine?
Nailed it with the Dilbert comic. I mean *nobody* jumped on the SQL database bandwagon fad.
and injure innocent bystanders. What have you got?
If you want to create your own OS, no one is stopping you. If you want to use android, you have to agree to the terms of the license.
Why don't they change the background to some pattern rather than solid black? Wouldn't that eliminate the problem where you strap something on your side and it doesn't show?
I'm surprised no on has mentioned telomeres as it appears they may be related to lifespan: http://www.science20.com/curious_cub/telomeres_and_lifespan-86000
Interesting -- out of curiousity, in what country?
Not sure if you're being serious, but you have conflated 'it's a privilege' with 'no rights while driving'. You need a license to drive and getting that license takes away some of your rights, but not all of them. The Supreme Court has upheld fourth amendment rights for drivers, e.g. : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizona_v._Gant That being said, I hope this guy sues the hell out of someone to get this fixed.
I have one of these and image quality is terrible. The grass in my lawn comes out pink. In real life it's green.
I checked wikipedia, and evidently the Mac has something called a "Sudden Motion Sensor", it goes on the say that some Thinkpads and TravelMates have a very similar technology. Which leads to the question, is there *ANY* such sensor on a desktop computer?