i assume someone will make a dock/line out cable with a built in dac, since the lighting port support digital audi out
micro is way better for one reason: its unsquishable. not a month goes by that one of my 200 blackberry users don't need a replacement mini usb charger because they rolled over it with their office chair.
Short jokes are the lowest form of humor.
isn't the container format specified by h264, basically a quicktime container?
my library (the new york public library) has thousands of ebooks. Most are currently in PDF format, but ePub is becoming very common (the PDFs are ok to use, the epubs are just like the purchased books from the Sony store). My wife uses her the nypl.org website to download them to her sony reader. They do not work (as far as I am aware) on the kindle, but are supposed to work in the nook as well. Its super convenient. The books expire in something like 20-21 days. The biggest snafu is that they only can lend out $num of copies at a time, but you can 'reserve' them like regular books. I'm thinking of getting the nook once it becomes widely available, because of the ease of the whole system.
Additionally, most larger library systems will allow out of area residents to purchase a membership for the use of materials. I think the NYPL charges $100 for the privilege, which may or may not be worth it depending on what one likes to read and how much.
um, oh bondage, up yours was X-Ray Specs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Ray_Spex). Never went mainstream, was an awesome album
it doesn't, at least on the Droid variant, support remote wipe, making it against the regulations for most company's exchange/activesync policies. Even my company which allows users to have nearly whatever they want) will not allow android because of this
actually, i know for a fact, the primary applications used at Madoff were custom Lotus Notes Apps. That alone should prove malice.
ferrets can be litterbox trained, and don't really need cages once trained. though, in my experience it helps to give them multiple litterbox options, since they have a natural tendency to poop in corners.
to a certain extent, I think you are correct. That being said as an "Information Scientist" of sorts (cough *MLIS*), there is a certain amount of 'real' science going on in both fields, by which i mean, rather than inventing new tools, or refining them, research is actually being done on new theories, which will, indeed, turn into new or improved tools.