I'm sure that some will see this as inappropriate, but I wonder if research will eventually discover that men and women have slightly different mechanisms for location mapping in their brains...
Yes, and they're only out about 60 multimeters...
(I kid, I kid.... they're not QUITE that expensive)
Since the days of computers first came into common use there must have been tens of thousands of database programs written. There are probably thousands of database projects underway as you read these words. And somewhere today, at least one of them is failing.
Or, install an indoor repeater with a dummy load on the outdoor antenna port. The signal from the cell phone will be "captured" by the repeater, but the user won't be able to get a channel to place a call.
1) Load all 30 computers
2) Lock all 30 computers in a closet.
and it looks like us.
I only had time to skim the PDF, but I noticed that the aliens look like small children on their "merry-go-round" ships or fat old men drink beers in front of Cessnas.
They could easily blend into our culture and drink beer.
Does Mass have a seatbelt law? Is the Lt. Gov exempt from such laws? Data shows that during both bag deployments, the driver's seatbelt was unbuckled.
How about a big QR code on each door and a camera hooked up to a laptop at the way-points?
Where's that leak again?
"Stepping up the development of the Second Life Grid to everyone interested, I am proud to announce the availability of the Second Life client source code for you to download, inspect, compile, modify, and use within the guidelines of the GNU GPL version 2.
This is hardly surprising, considering the fact that Microsoft stands to lose, not gain, from net neutrality."