Who were these "one million disadvantaged middle-school students" compared to in order to determine that there was a "persistent decline in reading and math scores"?
You want a control group? With sociological studies you're lucky they actually measured real people and not proxies... control groups are asking for way too much.
So in a way, they created the _modern_ smartphone.
...and you do, because they're reading everything... how would YOU respond?
What support does it need to add? It should be acting exactly like a generic x86 machine; the new OS should be written to support it as a matter of course.
I mean, sure, the fancy stuff (mouse pointer integration, cut-and-paste between VM and host, etc.) are nice, but it's not as if they're necessary.
It's really quite trivial on a mechanical level to convert literally any gasoline vehicle to run on methane. They get less mileage per unit of mass, but the output is of course vastly cleaner, the crankcase lubricant lasts longer, and so on. The fuel can be stored in relatively inexpensive tanks compared to hydrogen, or of course compared to the energy density of batteries. Propane conversions are common in off-roading. Range becomes an issue, but I see a lot of Jeeps with conversions up here in the sticks. Gas will work at any right-side-up angle even when the tank is mostly empty, unlike gasoline.
Or, of course, you can use the fischer-tropsch process to turn the methane into actual gasoline and not have to bother converting the vehicles.
So, does additional patent infringement occur when those children reproduce?
What if instead of humans, they were some other species and a third-party human caused them to reproduce -- would that third party human be liable?
Normally, a legal remedy for claims of patent infringement is for the infringing party to cease infringing. Would that be ethical -- or even possible (if, for example, the modified organisms escaped into the wild) -- in this situation?
And if you want a version of Android that doesn't do this -- that actually does try to reverse-engineer the binary blobs instead -- then you want to support Replicant (although it works on fewer devices than Cyanogenmod right now).
So tell whoever manages the LibreOffice pkgsrc package to get his ass in gear. (Or if there isn't such a package, get your ass in gear making one!)
Tell me, do you personally change your own locks and personally cut the corresponding keys
I do. All it takes is a screwdriver, you know. Some of the newer locks (e.g. Kwikset SmartKey) are even designed to be easily re-keyed by the owner.
I remember back on 2004. My girlfriend in Japan had 100/100Mb fibre and it cost her about ÃÂ£20/month.
I don't believe you (about the "girlfriend" part, not the "fiber" part).
Yeah, but voters are getting big government anyway! It's just that it's the even worse kind of big government -- the kind that spends all its money unaccountably on the military-industrial complex (and increasingly, the prison-industrial complex) instead of providing services to constituents.
There are more than two parties. The trick is that you have to care about them at the local level first in order for them to become relevant at the national level later.
How'd you get a blank post past the lameness filter?