they are doing just that: http://www.quakelive.com/ but without the need for the CD
O2 are not owned by BT in any way shape or form - they bought out what used to be BT Cellnet but O2 is owned by Telefónica
Prof. Goose writes "Very interesting and detailed technical piece on the pros and cons on nuclear power.
http://www.theoildrum.com/node/2323"Technically, there appear to be no show stoppers for a considerable expansion of Nuclear Power throughout the world. It is a low carbon energy source with abundant fuel supplies. The technology works and has much potential for improvement. Whether or not a large scale expansion eventuates depends on how it competes with Coal on economic grounds and with the public on political grounds. This in turn will be determined by the performance of the nuclear industry over the next few years as these purportedly cheaper and safer plants are built.
evil_breeds writes "I've recently been offered a job to write software for a company contracting to DARPA and I'm stuck on the ethics of the situation. Take as given that the nature of the job and its benefits to me are excellent — what I'm interested in is the ethics of working for the U.S. military and what that supports, versus the net Good that some of DARPA's past work (like say, the internet) has produced. I think it's fair to suspend Godwin's Law for this discussion."