I recall watching Hurt Locker for free on Hulu well before its release date. I wonder if Hulu had negotiated rights or if one of the Hulu consortium backers made it available as part of a buzz marketing campaign.
...centers of children's brains. To paraphrase the original article: This is concerning because religious evangelists (including religious parents) tap into those portions of the brain long before children develop self-control, and most religions--nay, all religions--marketed to kids are high in lies and manipulation.
The data and bandwidth requirements might then be several orders of magnitude higher than for current 3D displays. I suppose, though, that that is a given, and we'll cross that bridge when we get there, as we usually do.
Oh, like you haven't.
The speed benefit of Wi-Fi is meant for device-to-device, not Internet-to-device.
No, but the Taliban does.
Quick... put a bottle cap where you dream they'll find it!
JWST will definitely be better in the infrared, but Hubble, for now, will remain the visible-wavelength champ. JWST will, however, produce some stunning false-color images bursting with a high density of stars.
Compared to the success of "Hahaha" (laughing baby) and "Charlie Bit My Finger", "David After Dentist" is only mildly successfull in terms of what is possible. If appropriate segments of "Ha ha ha" (laughing baby) were sold to Microsoft's Bing marketing, they could make MILLIONS... for obvious reasons: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5P6UU6m3cqk#t=1m24s.