Interestingly enough 50,706 pounds is amlost exactly 23,000 Kg. Leading me to believe that the Kg was the original unit of the study
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its commonly known among most gamers that microsoft did indeed had an agreement with netflix. If MS got their way the disks would never have existed, they were sort of to work around the contract with MS
ISPs should be required to hand over subscriber details but ONLY after the copyright holder has shown proof that was sharing at
how about after a legally obtained warrant has been given to the ISP by a law enforcement officer
you could, you know, not do this. I know, perish the thought that you don't take advantage of a hack or bug or whatever. But if the game was ruined, you could just stop doing it and enjoy the game again
he kilo prefix is derived from the Greek word ("chilioi"), meaning thousand. It was originally adopted by Antoine Lavoisier and his group in 1795, and introduced into the metric system in France with its establishment in 1799.
So while "SI" wasn't around. It was already as established standard
everyone else had a well established standard for "kilo" well before computers were invented
at that volume its more a pressure wave that anything else. No living thing will hear it as their ears (and their skulls) would have shattered before any sensation would have been registered
why does the It industry get special treatment. I thought the IT industry was one of the industries that wanted to use established standards the most for interoperability. Then you say the the IT industry want to go against the established standard for something that is really really really insignificant and you would all get used to it in about 2 months after the switch
What's the logic behind concurrent sentences. 2 concurrent 20 year sentences is for all intents and purposes the same as one 20 year sentence. SO he basically got away with one of the crimes with no punishment. If its because 40 years for these 2 crimes is too harsh, then logically 20 years is too harsh for 1 and the law needs to be changed. Can someone explain the logic to me
how about a system that give the front door key to anyone that looks under the welcome mat?
There are 42 other countries in North America http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_North_American_countries_and_territories
why do you need to identify "your" copy. There can be effectively infinite copies so identifying who owns which one is pointless.
About proving you have the rights, I thought we lived in a society where the accuser has to prove their case, not the accused. So "they" should have to prove that you don't have a licence.
the ability to watch the military or police without fear of them beating you half to death just for watching
just leave a pinhole in the cloak and put a camera there. then wear a hud that displays the image.
If someone looks straight at you in the right direction, they might see a tiny floating black dot. Even if they do notice it, they will most likely believe its dust or something