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"It reached my ear, from two different, possibly independent sources, that an experiment at the Tevatron is about to release some evidence of a light Higgs boson signal. Some say a three-sigma effect, others do not make explicit claims but talk of a unexpected result. That the result comes from the Tevatron is for sure, since the LHC experiments do not have nearly enough data yet to search for that elusive particle, and other particle physics experiments in the world have not nearly enough energy to produce it.""
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My wife and I just moved and decided that paying $150 for Comcast Silver + HBO + HD "Bonus" was just too much. We moved out to Portland and subscribed to Verizon ViOS and cut our "media" bill to $85/month (we got a higher tier). I got "permission" to build a sweet HTPC and hooked it up to our 46" TV.
With Hulu, Netflix, a vast library of personal DVDs on a jukebox system, and a fat pipe to the Internet, we've been doing quite well. Unfortunately we like our sports and ESPN360 isn't really there yet. When we want some background noise, Aussies rule Footie has been great, but we're really noticing the lack of NASCAR, March Madness, and are worried about actual coverage of June the World Cup. We're actually looking at satellite to at least get the World Cup without worries.
Yep, ice-9. That's what I thought at first, too. Then, while reading the article (something about eventually decreasing the density), I thought "new replacement for silicone used in breast implants". Then I combined the two and resulted with something marginally better than a plastic doll.
Creating tons of new cabinet positions, taking over GM, taking over the banking industry, calling for control over health care, etc.
There are two issues here:
-- SCO already owns copyright to Unix code ==> This has been rejected by jury
-- If SCO doesn't own then Novell is required to transfer based on contract. ==> No jury verdict here.
It is the second claim that it is filing.
Well, if that's the case then all those peering network providers are also attempting to skirt the law.
The difference lies in intention, and that was the point of my original post.
It's ironic that you say that, because Slashdot runs on free software and the scenario you're describing would be perfectly legal and ethical. Feel free to get all the Slashdot source code, fork the site to "Slashdot 2" and use Slashdot's RSS feed to populate it with stories.
Despite anyone's ability to freely copy its content Slashdot still manages to make money. Maybe you could learn something.