I'm wearing the wrong trousers of reality.
the phrase 'jumped the shark' jumped the shark some time ago.
someone said it's like a Segway for your face - that person also refered to riding a Segway a being a 'Dork on a stick'.
Having said that, I would actually be wearing one if available - while riding a segway, with my pocket protector and a slide rule attached to belt, glasses taped together from the last bully beating.
he wrote, just before passing out on the keyboard.
huh - so thats why i keep seeing ads for cryptographic products and services.
That worked before.
I'm with you on that.
Wow, what a story. All because a guard blew off work to go see, 'Herbie Goes Bananas'.
I can't wait until we see an Ares V rocket launch with Nike etc logos emblazoned on it and the astronauts, like a nascar vehicle and driver.
Film at 11.
Since time began, the educated scholarly class have looked askance at the behavior of the mass of humanity with disdain.
The heathen, clogging up our wonderful invention with meaningless amusements when they could be educating and improving themselves.
Being horrible with names it would be handy to have an augmented reality glasses at a party to remind me who I'm talking to, what their interests are, plus I think it would be helpful for others to know me also. Of course it will eventually be used so salespersons know what your tastes are and what to push.
There were plans for a TEA laser in Scientific American Amateur Scientist column once that claimed 100KW, which sounded absolutely astounding until you realize the beam pulses are only 10 nanoSeconds long - so an ordinary amount of energy from a 6volt battery charging up a capacitor looks fantastic when expressed as power, or energy per unit of time, cuz the denominator (time) is so small
here's another comparison - Win 8 -vs- Idiocracy
The sooner we decouple from the Muslim extremists the better
Actually - if you read that blog carefully, which I did since I visit the outer banks quite often, they are, still bizarrely, regulating I guess official state reports of expected sea level rise, to be calculated a certain way. Basically, a group of coastal property owners are afraid of devaluing property from overly pessimistic predictions. Kinda like, I remember in the 80s when amazon rainforest destruction was all the rage and all these celebrities were getting on the bandwagon, each one outdoing the other saying how fast it's being destroyed and just tossing out meaningless numbers to try to get people motivated - 'they're destroying millions of acres every second!' - I can see how someone would be afraid of gw activists 'peppering' the predicted numbers to try to get a reaction, just like anti-drug crusaders make drug use sound worse than it really is.