Adafruit is now accepting bitcoin. I think they're crazy.
You're correct. The apostrophe isn't used in English for a glottal stop, but it is used when other languages are transliterated into English, like "T'Pol".
I believe what you're looking for is here: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-Raspberry-Pi-Python-Code
The apostrophe is often used to represent a glottal stop like in the English "don't". Perhaps whatever language the "Qa'an" version comes from uses a glottal stop. Given the large number of languages and the variety of ways of representing those languages in Roman characters you end up with a great number of representations.
Most of their code is on github, https://github.com/adafruit . Did you not find it there?
Apple and Microsoft are at a patent truce. They co-own the patent holding company RockStar.
You're both right and wrong.
Right about Papua, wrong about Tasmania. Tasmania is part of Australia. (Or perhaps this is some Australian joke?)
If they don't read the slashdot stories, then they don't read the posts either. We're doomed.
What you're looking for is here: S.H.O.V.E.L.
and it is open-source.
This article is anecdotal and about Australia, but still relevant. I think it does indicate that there is some gender bias in the tech industry.
There is a bit of ambiguity in your statement. From the wikipedia on influenza, we lose about half a million people worldwide due to influenza. In the U.S. it is about 36,000 a year.
Of course, in either case it is significantly greater than the number of people lost to terrorism.
The Surface sales were bad enough. Now they're gonna get the Osborne effect too?
Most Android apps just use Dalvik bytecode, so they don't need to be ported even if the processor architecture is different. The % of ARM native Android apps is pretty low, I think.