If you did, you should have patented it, 'cause you were way ahead of your time. The only other product doing anything like this in 2000 was Microsoft's new OWA client, which had just implemented XMLHTTPRequest to dynamically update content from the internet. This patent is a bit ahead of that in that it was being applied to display content from multiple sources, rather than just Exchange.
At 0 degrees Fahrenheit, to the human body, it becomes frickin' cold out.
At 100 degrees Fahrenheit, to the human body, it becomes frickin' hot out.
Why would humans care whether water is freezing? I have no emotion towards how water feels. When I go outside, I'm more concerned with whether I'm going to be freezing, and at 32F, it's only mildly chilly out.
What didn't he disclose? When Microsoft was his client, he let his readers know. Now he's started working with Oracle, while he's providing public opinions about an Oracle case, and again, he let his readers know.
New York State Senate releases all the software they develop under a dual GPL3/BSD license. Pas it up to them to release and let them deal with it...
It's the network path that's followed. If you published the original file on your local pc and set the tracker up for use within comcast's network, then you wouldn't be using the internet. Of course, no one outside of comcast's network, and more specifically, your comcast subnet, would be able to access it. And really, what's the point of using bt between two users? Just set up an nfs share, there's a lot less overhead.
I disagree that the Internet is anything on the other side of their connection. I'd say the Internet is anything on the other side of their Gateway, but anything on the same side of that gateway is local network.
"their WAN is part of the internet and fully connected to it"
No, it's not. If you've got Comcast as an ISP, check your computer's ip address and subnet mask. I'm sure you'll find that you're not routable from the Internet.
BT is Internet, it's just not WWW.
I'd say the Internet is a Specific network of networks. If Comcast is receiving the shows from the studios via satellite telemetry, encoding them, then distributing them to your app via their own IP based network, no Internet connection is required. You're paying separately, via your cable subscription, for this network access. I have Comcast as my ISP, but I don't have cable. I have access to the Internet, but I don't have access to this.
The NET in Net Neutrality implies Internet. When comcast is delivering you a Netflix/Hulu/Vudu etc. stream, they're pulling it from the open Internet to deliver it to you. When you're using their app, the can deliver the same content completely over their own network. You're not using the Internet, you're using Comcast's WAN, so no Internet bandwidth is being used, so it shouldn't be charged. If I'm streaming a movie from my PC to my TV, it doesn't go against my cap either, because it's using my isolated network, not the Internet.
They said it's a quad core retina though. Those would have to come from quadricorns.
How about having teachers, a month or two into the school year, evaluate their own students on how well prepared they were for that grade. You'd then apply those ratings back to their previous year's teachers. If 5th grade teacher X, Y, and Z all show that Mrs. Smith's 4th grade students were studious and knowledgeable, but Mr. Robert's were inattentive and inept, Mrs. Smith could be rated Satisfactory, and Mr. Roberts... Un. There would be bias, as teachers in the same school/district would undoubtedly know both the other teachers and what students they had had, but statistical analysis and patterns over time could eliminate much of this.
Systemic pesticides don't wash off. They enter the plant and work from the inside. Root vegetables (potatoes, carrots, radish, etc) are pretty much sponges that suck up anything in the soil, pesticides included.
This is not the same thing is a million ton of steel hurdling toward you at 60 mph
Actually, it's very much the same. The SCADA systems that control our rail system would definitely be included in this.
No one's lives are at stake here.
Yes, they are. That's the whole point of 'critical' infrastructure.
The Internet has been working fine without Governments interfering.
What Internet is it that your talking about? The only one I'm aware of was Developed By the Government. Not sure how one can develop something without interfering with it.
I guess I can no longer count on my plan to sell copies of Wonder Woman's invisible jet to make my billions.