Yes, but I can't find any information that clarifies if the technology under the legal telegram is still the old telegraph or if it was replaced with something new.
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You're assuming the tempo doesn't change throughout the piece. This isn't true for a lot of musical pieces. This really needs a technical solution.
Wasn't there a movie in which space suits were exactly like this? I can't remember which.
Introductory wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graph_theory
He uses regular Bic ballpoint pens (he said so in his DeviantArt page) which is simply amazing. I'm actually a fan of the basic Bic pen. Considering how cheap they are, they're very reliable.
How is that not obvious even under the understanding of obviousness by the USPTO?
No idea. Mechanical energy -motion and/or sound waves- seems a more likely source of power for a phone.
...about a trip to "mars". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZo36huahoI Summary:
"Presented by David D. Levine.
In January 2010 I spent two weeks at the Mars Desert Research Station, a simulated Mars base in the Utah desert. Although the Martian conditions were simulated, the science was real, as were the isolation, hostile environment, and problems faced by the six-person crew. Although my official title was Crew Journalist, I soon found myself repairing space suits, helping to keep the habitat running, and having interplanetary adventures I'd never before imagined. My talk on the experience is profusely illustrated with photographs and has gotten rave reviews. Please see http://bentopress.com/mars/ for more information."
For that reason it is much better to use a server sent header than the meta tag.
Shouldn't he contact the Electronic Frontier Foundation? Isn't its purpose to provide advice in this cases?
That is true. Software developers don't know anything about maintaining a network and are probably a pain in the ass to support. But they do have special needs in that they need to be able to use the web freely, to try out software and keep their own up to date. They need to be able to have a nightly version of a browser updated and install the latest version of Node.js. When firewalls and policies get in the way the company is shooting itself in the foot.
Silicon can (and should) be recycled.
And where would the unobservable universe be? Unless you're thinking about antimatter being coiled up in extra spatial dimensions, everything points to there being a process by which the symmetry is broken.
I'm not sure there can be anything done to improve the "support" of PDF files by the Kindle. I think we need better tools for mungling the PDF file and returning a good combination of plain text and images.