What I do is seek a contract, then through my own LLC provide a solo 401(k), provide my own healthcare, etc. My benefits won't vanish on someone else's whim, and I have access to all the funds offered by my favorite investment manager. Plus my clients don't have to supply the benefits they would otherwise offer, and only have to pay for the hours I work (and I only have to be around when there is work).
Then again, there's kind of a seller's market for people with multiple computer science degrees, so YMMV. Maybe I wouldn't be saying this if finding contracts were harder.
Check out the code, it's amazing that it works at all.
Are you sure you aren't trying to read the minified version?
While I switched to Linux long before Windows got this feature, you might find the misnamed Magnifier useful:
Those are just the ones you hear about because they're the ones who gloat.
Compare to Whitey Bulger, who actually did keep a low profile, and it almost worked.
Hell, if they made one that worked on Verizon I'd buy it and use the SIM in my Galaxy Nexus for a few days just to play with it.
If Microsoft were serious about Windows Phone, they'd push harder to get it on the largest US network. Right now the only WP on Verizon is the HTC Trophy, which is two years old and doesn't do LTE.