Yeah! Serves them right for taking part in extracurricular activities!!
Nope, 1 sentence is really all it takes, because the first sentence has this gem:
"based entirely on the assumption that the Internet and active networks are not in conflict with object-oriented languages"
This is like saying, "The American highway system is based entirely on the assumption that roads are not in conflict with CD players."
Humanized says that users will be able to program their own commands for Enso in future versions."There are two initial Enso products, which can be downloaded at humanized.com. One, called Enso Launcher, allows you to launch programs and switch among windows via typed commands. The other, called Enso Words, allows you to do spell-checking, even when the program you're using doesn't include that capability, and to look up the meaning of words. Both products also include a simple calculator and the ability to launch Google searches.
"Has the world gone mad? At this time last year Sony was sitting comfortably on top of the gaming console hill. Nintendo rolled the dice with the Wii and it seems to have come up seven for the company, while Sony is constantly betting the hard eight and losing chips by the handful.
Sony still sits atop the gaming heap, but may not be resting all that comfortably these days. It's interesting that the first few PS3 consoles sold in the US came with a Blu-Ray copy of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby because Sony is now a bit like Will Ferrell's Ricky, seeing that competitor coming up fast from behind. Instead of a gay French NASCAR driver, it's an Italian plumber coming by way of Japan, Sony's home turf.
An in-depth look at exactly how it happened."