"For years radios had been operated by means of pressing buttons and turning dials; then as the technology became more sophisticated the controls were made touch-sensitive—you merely had to brush the panels with your fingers; now all you had to do was wave your hand in the general direction of the components and hope. It saved a lot of muscular expenditure, of course, but meant that you had to sit infuriatingly still if you wanted to keep listening to the same program."
As demonstrated by Terl.
Controlling music? What does Douglas Adams have to say about that?
Isn't that what got you into the secret room in Adventure?
Ah, this is obviously some strange use of the word safe that I wasn't previously aware of.
Because I'm not an Electric Sheep.
Let me guess, it was written by Oolon Colluphid.
They had to delete those tracks to make room for the new U2 album I didn't want...
The chimp didn't help his case when he threw his own feces at the judge.
I remember when The Science Channel, National Geographic, and Discovery showed actual science programming. Now they are filled with programming about loudmouth d-bags and their "dangerous" jobs, or redneck-backwoods survivors, or people doing stuff naked... I also remember when MTV played videos... Get off my lawn!
I hope it isn't the same one used by Daystrom...
... It's a swimming pool!
You're (dubiously) assuming that most
/.ers read TFA in the first place...
Stay away from the Nexus 6 -- its a killer.
Next up, Genuine People Personalities.