Does this mean that I write on the bathroom stall "For a good time call Jenny, 867-5309", along with crudely drawn genitalia, that I now can be prosecuted for identity theft?
Same as above, typing in programs from TI-99er magazine and compute. Most of the learning came from debugging them because you most likely typed something in wrong.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, an anonymous reader writes in with news about a giant robot jellyfish. As if there weren't enough real jellyfish around to trigger our thalassophobia, researchers at Virginia Tech have created Cryo -- an eight-armed autonomous robot that mimics jelly movement with the help of a flexible silicone hat. The man-sized jellybot altogether dwarfs previous efforts, hence the upgrade from small tank to swimming pool for mock field tests. And unlike the passively propelled bots we've seen recently, Cryo runs on batteries, with the researchers hoping to better replicate the energy-efficient nature of jelly movement to eventually increase Cryo's charge cycle to months instead of hours. That's also the reason these robotic jellyfish are getting bigger -- because the larger they are, the further they can go."
If anything, a pound of aerogel would be more expensive. A pound is a pound, but the volume for a pound of super-aerogel must be the size of a barn.