Actually AZW has long been cracked. It was initially done to create DRM-free copies that Amazon could not revoke (remember the incident with 1984?). Of course, there are those who use it to share ebooks without permission to do so. There is even a plugin that integrates into Calibre to strip DRM out of your books,
Is it really that friggin' difficult to read the summary? 'They shared their activity between each other and she noticed he was active at 1-2AM, when he was supposed to be home.' She didn't gain access to his location, he gained access to the fact that he was moving around. Presumably on most days, he would be asleep, as opposed to being active.
"I've lost count how many times I've walked into BestBuy..."
Why would you ever walk into a store when you could get what you want off of Amazon?
>However, all it would take would be one person who could change the software to no longer require the malware and share that with the others.
Funny, I seem to recall there being a light version of Kazaa without all the malware and stuff.
Perhaps it would have only gone 36 hours without the laser, but they were able to extend operational life by 33%. That's not chump change. Maybe what's limiting the use right now is cooling for the laser system?
Ironically, the actress who played Po would go on to portray a lesbian in a British TV drama.
Apple themselves readily admit their own mistakes.
"You're holding it wrong." "Just avoid holding it that way." "Upon investigation, we were stunned to find that the formula we use to calculate how many bars of signal strength to display is totally wrong."
It depends on the state. The North Carolina legislature, for example, has just thrown out any climate models that don't solely rely on historical data.
Handy advice for all those laid off engineers around Silicon Valley I guess.
Or Mir, which has hosted 8 of the 10 longest spaceflights.
You've been reading too much To Serve Man; humans aren't spam.
Oh, you mean British citizens also don't want to be held accountable for their government's actions, just like American citizens? Who knew?
Apparently now they need to get a return warrant.
Because it would have totally been not suspicious if the server that was seized by the FBI was returned by some unknown guys in t-shirts and jeans?
He's more than welcome to innovate. The issue is whether or not his modifications violated the terms of his dorm lease, which is ehy residence hall officials want to talk to him. For example, if you sign a lease contract that says you can't drill holes into the walls, and then your landlord heard from folks that you did that anyway, do you expect to be let off the hook for the damages because you've come up with a revolutionary new way of line-drying your laundry?