Maybe he's not a fish research. Maybe he's a seal behaviorist. Or maybe he wants the cute seals to stay well fed.
This is not a practical bike. "Even on smooth pavement, your vision goes blurry because you're vibrating so hard," Collin said to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter back in 2012 when he was only 15 -- and already building wooden bicycles. Collin's wooden bikes are far from the first ones. Wikipedia says, "The first bicycles recorded, known variously as velocipedes, dandy horses, or hobby horses, were constructed from wood, starting in 1817."
You know what else those early bicycles were called? "Boneshakers."
This seems like Maker/DIY gone terribly wrong. Why would a nerd be interested in this news?
Media agent says that a professional community not currently in bondage to ^w^w^w parasitized by ^w^w served by agent representation needs vitally to be served by agent representation, and by a completely unrelated stroke of luck, media agent is available to help.
Thanks. I was afraid I wasn't going to get my daily dose of advertising masquerading as news.
You're missing the (unstated) part that anything a "legitimate" politician says will be immune to this. Because, you know, they're legitimate. Just ask 'em.
Do you really think a politician would enact a law restricting what THEY do? Law is for little people.
From the Mel Brooks documentary, History of the Googleplex, Part I:
Count De Money - I have come on the most urgent of business. It is said that the shareholders are revolting!
King Larry - You said it! They stink on ice.
"It is not life as we know or understand it. Yet it is obviously alive, it exists"
--Spock, "Operation -- Annihilate!"
This hasn't happened in a while, as far as I can tell. Does this mean that crypto's going to be locked up like it was back in the days of 40-bit SSL?"
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DMCA effectively authorizes disclosure. Problem fucking solved.
Sorry, if it comes to a pissing match between EU law and US law for a US-based company hosting on US-based servers and infrastructure, EU law won't even come in second place.
I suspect that's by design. Sick and sad, but true nonetheless.
If you want your rights to be protected, don't use US-based services. You're just voluntarily surrendering all your rights if you do.
But the DMCA itself is quite applicable to youtube.com, an American company primarily operating within US borders.
I suppose EU member state citizens can post their videos on video sites outside of US-hosted ones, but if they choose to play in the DMCA's playground, they can't be surprised when they turn out to be susceptible to DMCA bullying.
No one doing this shit ever believes they'll wind up in jail or bankrupt. It's like the Dilbert, where PHB insists that even if he winds up being wrong in the end, at least he's right at first.
Sadly, the difference is that a Kerbal may have survived that mishap that killed Enterprise's co-pilot, just because they're unbelievably durable little (simulated) chaps.
"It's only wrong when someone else does it."
I have no idea why I have to say it out loud. Hypocrites don't believe they're hypocrites. Frankly, they don't believe in hypocrisy. What they want, they deserve. What anyone else wants, is either irrelevant (if it doesn't interfere with what they want) or evil (if it does interfere with what they want).
Say what you will about unvarnished greed. At least it's internally consistent.