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Comment: HEOA (Score 1) 1797

by eNygma-x (#37817266) Attached to: Ron Paul Wants To End the Federal Student Loan Program
The other problem is how the Government uses this money to turn colleges into copyright police. A lot of people try to portray Ron Paul as a crazy man. (BTW a lot of his supporters are crazy... but not Ron Paul) But look at the candidates.... out of all of them which one do you actually see putting government back in control of the people other than Ron Paul?

Comment: Colleges will be giving G+ a push. (Score 1) 360

by eNygma-x (#37121846) Attached to: Facebook Says That Google+ Has No Users
A lot of colleges are switching their email go Google services. So I predict soon students will be switching to Google Plus. And I will say... most of the incoming students haven't even heard of Google + yet. But they got real excited after I told them about the video chat with 10 people at once. Most of them have been using ooVoo.
PlayStation (Games)

Sony May Charge For PlayStation Network 212

Posted by Soulskill
from the i'm-sure-that-will-be-popular dept.
In an interview with IGN, Sony's VP of marketing, Peter Dille, responded to a question about the PlayStation Network by saying that the company is considering charging for the service. He said, "It's been our philosophy not to charge for it from launch up until now, but Kaz recently went on the record as saying that's something we're looking at. I can confirm that as well. That's something that we're actively thinking about. What's the best way to approach that if we were to do that? You know, no announcements at this point in time, but it's something we're thinking about." This follows news of a customer survey from last month that listed possibilities for subscription-based PSN features.
NASA

Dying Man Shares Unseen Challenger Video 266

Posted by Soulskill
from the new-perspective-on-an-old-tragedy dept.
longacre writes "An amateur video of the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger explosion has been made public for the first time. The Florida man who filmed it from his front yard on his new Betamax camcorder turned the tape over to an educational organization a week before he died this past December. The Space Exploration Archive has since published the video into the public domain in time for the 24th anniversary of the catastrophe. Despite being shot from about 70 miles from Cape Canaveral, the shuttle and the explosion can be seen quite clearly. It is unclear why he never shared the footage with NASA or the media. NASA officials say they were not aware of the video, but are interested in examining it now that it has been made available."

IF I HAD A MINE SHAFT, I don't think I would just abandon it. There's got to be a better way. -- Jack Handley, The New Mexican, 1988.

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