Multi layered packaging (such as ketchup bottles or juice cartons) is already notoriously difficult to recycle. Can't imagine this helps... At least you can rinse out the leftover ketchup.
We have one at work that we can use for personal items.
from The Office
I expect there to be outrage here on slashdot. But think about it. How is this really different from, lets say, Lockheed Martin designing the F-35 and storing all the design data associated with it. Sure, they're not a "private cloud vendor", but they're probably running a bunch of servers for this purpose. So "top secret cloud" is already happening.
Here is a blog from the developer: http://vonger.cn/
Judging from the entries this thing looks real enough
Umm, I'm pretty sure it has to be the other way around. Why would they smuggle cigarettes INTO Russia.... They are much cheaper there compared to Lithuania.....
Unless of course this is another attempt at tarnishing the reputation of a country that is unfortunate enough to border Russia. They already claimed many of the key Maidan activists were prepared in special training camps in Lithuania, which seems unlikely.
This is an interesting point actually. Different map projections really do affect the way countries (and especially big countries) look like on the map.
Whether this should have an impact on how the Scottish view their potential independence I don't know....
Well, that kind of makes sense since both Virgin Galactic and Bitcoin are something akin to vapour-ware... Full of promises but nothing substantial yet.
This isn't really anything new. Here's another example of similar technology by Festo used in materials handling/sorting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVUx_0VN5PQ
Ummmm, what about the most important features of the arduino: digital I/O pins, analog input and PWM output? It looks like there might be some in the picture, but the specs don't mention anything at all...
Oh, cmon. Is this reddit? Are we supposed to get the CCTV records and look through to try and identify the shooter?
Sure this is front page news... But why on slashdot?
Right.... And what are you going to do when this thing runs out of petrol 10 miles down the road...
It is understandable that they want to automate the work of bar staff. After all they work in a very noisy, dirty and smelly environment, unsuitable for human workers.
ROS is a really good framework. And the best thing is that it's open-source so even if WG will go down ROS will continue to exist