I usually check the weather forecast, and then check the aurora forecast. If those line up, I keep an eye on the sky.
This has nothing to do with distrust of the Apple, or paranoia of the NSA. It has everything to do with the recently imposed sanctions.
Not to mention if you call your voicemail.
Unless Gavin King grows some serious facial hair, Ceylon is a doomed language.
Somebody forgot to call Miss Utility! Again!
Oops - didn't mean to post that anonymously. That's my post. Really.
I have to second Basic Instructions. It is consistently hilarious.
That must be what they use to make inkjet printer ink.
What does "almost infinite" even mean?
It also comes with either a 16- or 64-core floating-point Epiphany chip.
He hated it. He quit practicing and became a sysadmin, but still maintains his license.
An ex-attorney friend of mine once observed, "We do not have a justice system. We have a legal system." It's an important thing to remember.
The tinfoil hat in me fully expects them to use this to kill the used phone market, jail breaking, and any number of other things that are consumer-unfriendly. "Oh, you lost your phone and don't qualify for a new free one yet? Sorry, you can't buy a used one from your bud. You have to buy a new one from VZW/ATT/etc." This is a solution rife with problems for the consumer.
So if you had enough of these, you could air condition your house with them?
It's Presidential Primary Season here in New Hampshire, so we get at least one call per day, and those are exempt from the Do Not Call list. Sometimes it's a recording of the candidate. Sometimes it's a supporter of one of the candidates. Sometimes it's a pollster. A lot of the time it's a supporter of a candidate posing as a pollster. Those are easy to tell because the questions are leading.