As per the article.
Searches will continue for minors, and for those who disappear in worrying circumstances -- for example those with suicidal intent, or victims of a crime -- as they are conducted under a different procedure.
I cannot believe that someone could target children like that. My two daughters are the same age as the dead and I will have to hug and hold them for a long while tonight. My heart goes out to those parents.
You avoid having to pay for different developper licenses and losing a cut of the costs.
Then we will just have to work at getting pricing down for wireless plans.
An anonymous reader writes: The BSD Certification Group, a US-based non-profit, structures and conducts two BSD-based Unix certifications. Since launching in 2005, hundreds of certification seekers have taken exams at a variety of BSD and open source conferences around the world.
So now, instead of impatiently waiting for the next local open source conference in your reach, certification seekers now can schedule an exam locally when ready.
The BSD Certification Group continues to provide a strong community-driven effort to create standards for systems administration in the BSD community and beyond. Both the BSD Associate and BSD Professional exams are developed around published subject matter expert guidelines and the oversight of a qualified psychometrician. Link to Original Source
jjp9999 writes: "Anonymous Operations has released a file containing more than 10,000 emails from the Iranian regime. The files consist primarily of visa applications, yet were intended to point out that the "Islamic regime keeps providing money to their cyber army while they can't secure their most important mail server,” according to Anonymous." Link to Original Source
adeelarshad82 writes: Microsoft gave everyone a long glimpse of Windows 8 at the D9 conference in Southern California and immediately followed that up with Windows 8 for Tablets (and PCs) at Computex 2011 in Taipei. The last two days mark the first time Microsoft is unveiling the Windows 8 interface to the public, and the new look is a radical departure from the Windows operating systems that precede it. Windows 8 will be able to scale from touch-friendly tablets to full-blown desktops. Amongst many new features, the new interface will also support gestures, snap, pin, cloud apps, new concepts like a basket for files you'll want to share between apps and services.
CWmike writes: Caltech researchers say they have built the world's largest computational circuit based on DNA, using a technology that they said could easily scale to even greater complexity. Caltech researchers Erik Winfree and Lulu Qian published an account of their work in the June 3 issue of 'Science'. While simple DNA computational systems have been built before, this demonstration system is larger than other prototypes to date. 'The approach adopted by Qian and Winfree marks an important advance in DNA-based computations,' wrote John Reif, a professor of computer science at Duke University, in a commentary that accompanied the work. The researchers formed 130 different synthetic DNA strands that can be used to compose logic circuits. From this source material, they created one 74-molecule, four-bit circuit that can compute the square root of any number up to 15 and round down the resulting answer to the nearest integer. In their setup, the multi-layered strands of DNA are fashioned (see video) into biochemical logic gates that can perform the basic Boolean AND, OR and NOR operations executed by today's transistor-based computer processors. Like the silicon-based integrated circuits, these molecular logic gates produce binary, or on-or-off, output signals, using binary signals as inputs. Link to Original Source
RockDoctor writes: Large magnitude quake almost directly offshore from Sendai, Japan. As is normal, initial estimates of magnitude vary slightly, 6.2-6.4 quoted so far.
Parameters (at current estimate) :
Magnitude mb 6.2
Region OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Date time 2011-06-03 00:05:01.0 UTC
Location 37.37 N ; 143.99 E
Depth 13 km
No word (at time of writing) of tsunami risk. In my (geologist but not seismologist) opinion, fair to high. But they'll be ashore by now already. I don't see anything on the telly at this time. Link to Original Source