I think this is a really stupid move on the part of News Corp, now they're just gonna deprive themselves of the advertising revenue that Cablevision customers brought to Hulu. Meanwhile, torrents still exist, and the downloaded shows tend to have the ads cut out...
When some people get bored, they drink...
No WWAN. Less space than an Eee PC. Lame.
No flash. Less space than an Eee PC. Lame.
What I'm most surprised about is that no one has developed a gyro/motion sensor that would fit into the advance cartridge slot to make games more Wii like.
Oh but they have...
This was a third-party accessory, and because of this only homebrew could take advantage of it. It's not mentioned in the article, but there were versions for both Slot1 and Slot2. There were several homebrew games written that took advantage of this. It seems like the company that made this went out of business unfortunately.
Of the $13.8 billion that Americans contributed to Mexican drug traffickers in 2004-05, about 62 percent, or $8.6 billion, comes from marijuana consumption.
So according to the article it's 62%, not 75%. Of course, 47.3% of statistics are made up on the spot.
I highly doubt anyone besides the drug pushers themselves knows exactly what the real percentage of profits from cannabis is, but there's no doubt it's significant, being the most popular illegal drug in the United States by far.
Oops, replied to the wrong post.
(These are actual experiences by people who took ibogaine. Some of these people were hardcore drug addicts, others just curious psychonauts.)
If you are seriously addicted to drugs (especially opiates), the best cure is not more more of the drug, but ibogaine (which ironically is itself Schedule 1).
Except that most of the profits (thought to be more than 75%) that the drug cartels make are not from narcotics, but from cannabis. The only real way to seriously cripple the Mexican drug cartels and minimize the violence is to completely legalize cannabis (better yet, all soft, nonaddictive drugs) in the United States (where the vast majority of their market is in), and let the legal, taxed, free market steal the cartels' business. After all, what stoner would want to buy crappy Mexican schwag from shady dealers when he can get high-quality product from the local coffeeshop, or just grow it in his back yard?
Apple will probably just throw the CD in with the computer sale, they are not required to install it but to at least give the customer a CD. Sure, the software will be unusable in Mac OS X but that way they're compliant with the law.
Actually I'm surprised Sony started installing it, not just diving the customer a CD.
So THAT'S why Maggie Simpson is always a baby! Even when they show the Simpsons in the future!
T-Mobile in the USA does just this with their Hotspot@Home service. You need to have a compatible handset with WiFi. The service costs about $10 a month and lets you make unlimited calls while you are on your WiFi network or T-mobile's WiFi hotspots in coffeeshops and such.
iPhones have had remote wipe for a year now, since the 2.0 update.
OK, thanks for clearing that up.