However, this is more like charging someone with armed robbery just because they were in the store at the same time it was robbed. Anyone can walk into a store you're in and rob it, just like anyone can add you to their Facebook group and act like an asshole.
Argh, replying to myself. I used UK numbers, not England only. If you quoted England numbers only, then those below are correct, the actual rate is higher in England than the US. My point that the raw numbers are meaningless stands.
No, no it's not. The USA also has something like five times the population. The raw numbers are meaningless. If you take your numbers you quoted above and divide by the population figures taken from Wikipedia, you get 0.54 per 100k for the US and
No, it isn't. You're only allowed to wrap safari in your own bling.
It would probably work fine as long as you limited yourself to web sites that haven't been updated since then. You know, text only with maybe a couple
There's this site called "Google" that helps you find stuff on the Internet. Perhaps you should try it.
No, the Wacom stuff is still an active pen; the pen is just powered by the RF field produced by the digitizer surface. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wacom#Technology
You don't have to use Google Play to distribute your app, because installing other app stores or direct downloads is a check box in the phone's settings, not a matter of jail-breaking the phone and voiding the warranty. How many times do we have to repeat this? I had a dozen Humble Bundle games installed on my phone before I even left the store or entered my google account, because I had them on the micro-SD card I brought with me when I bought the phone.
Even the cheap $30 earpiece I got from Wal-Mart tells me when it's not connected to the phone. Just this morning, I started pulling out of my driveway when it said "Lost connection." I had left the phone on my desk in the living room. If I turn it on and my phone isn't in range, it says "No phone is connected" instead of "Phone one connected" after announcing the talk time.
You know TrueCrypt has a timeout setting as well, right?
You also don't need to pay TrueCrypt every time you upgrade your drive.
"Please Note: Your Encrypt Stick license cannot be transfered to a different drive once activated"
If you had the rubber case in the first place, you wouldn't have had the kids.
Is "Thick rubber case" the modern version of Twain's barrel?
And as I was waiting to buy an e-ink reader until someone came out with one with a built-in light, I got one as soon as I found them in-stock at the local B&N. I have more than 400 books on it, mostly from Baen's web store. I can read all day without being tethered to the wall as I had been; reading for more than 5 hours on my notebook means needing a charge. I can wander into the kitchen for a drink or a snack and continue reading without having to turn on the lights.
Water found to be wet, shit to stink, and the cake is a lie.
Yes, I'm sure Samsung developed the F700 in four months.
The point is that Samsung was developing the F700 before the iPhone was revealed, but were not allowed to mention that in court after Apple brought up the F700 as an example of copying.
If you're on trial for something and the judge tells the prosecution that they're not allowed to bring up your previous conviction, that all goes out the window if you mention it while on the stand, and they can then question you on it. This is supposed to be the same thing.
Yes, you can join a guild on a guest server.