The NES originals are available on Wii Ware, but its nice to see that SMAS is coming to Wii.
For the record, I wasn't making it a plus point, just a point of difference between myself and a user who would type his/her search queries more slowly. Its a great feature for those who type slowly, and makes search more accessible for them.
Well, it was there... hmm.
This is definitely useful for those who type slow, but its sort of startling for those of us who type faster. Thankfully it can be disabled: http://www.google.com/preferences?hl=en
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but there is a finite number of social networking or selling websites that the world needs. Here is a collection of the eight kinds of websites that absolutely don't need to be made anymore. I'd add dating sites and anybody who uses pop-up ads myself, but I think that would eliminate half the Web.
He just has other things he is working on as well. He is likely still in contact with the White House, they may just have forgotten to add him to their registry on whitehouse.gov.
Not only is a twittering remote not a new design, its something that few will ever want to use. Sadly, its just as easy to think of an unoriginal patent that people would actually use. "An electronic device used to connect to a blogging service to deliver updates as a result of user input or the device's state due to external observations." Could be a remote, could be a mobile phone, or even a computer. Let's patent "microblog service provider"!
I find that coding can be a stress relieving activity and is by many respects my happy place. I often find myself most relaxed when I am programming, either at work or for leisure.