Isn't it enough that you have taken "America" for your name? What about Central and South America or, who would've thought, Canada????
Man, that looks interesting. Have you got some links to further investigate this? I'd really appreciate those!
They missed the small wave he made with his fingers when he said it. Move along.
Damn. Where's Etymology-Man when you need him?
I'm interested in driving from LA to SF by the PCH. Any word on how the coverage is? I'm constrained to a GSM smartphone, so Verizon and Sprint are off the table. I know the coverage won't be good, but which one has the "less-worse" option?
Nobody made a reference to the Magi??? I'm starting to lose my faith on
So is this one more step to be independent from Google services? I don't see Apple starting their own search engine, but if they can get rid of the other Google products they use then it would let them do more things in iOS without Google having to explicitly allow it. In a kind of related rant, why does it have to be so hard to access StreetView info from an iPhone?
I had the urge to change the metro interface to the classic one in my copy of the Developer Preview and, after some googling (google is my friend indeed), I found that it only requires changing a certain value in windows registry. So this Stardock changes only that? Seems to be just a glorified way to set a registry value. Citation!
So the effects would be similar to taking isotretioin? I had a Roaccutane therapy for two years and, though it was unconfortable, it was manageable. IMHO, the benefits outweigh by far the risks, if it's cancer or Alzheimer's.
I know we all love to hate the RIAA, but the one who's being sued is the label directly. As much as I'd like to blame the RIAA directly, the one who should be recieving my hate is Warner... after all, they're also scumbags
These guys have once again proven that security through obscurity is not a sensible strategy. If the codes were published in due time, the flaw could have been found with enough time to allow for preventive measures to be deployed. (I know there are a lot of inferences in the sentence, but it seems plausible to me, taking into account what has happened with other algorithms (DES, anyone?))
CDMA is also a flagship of the US. IIRC, when the US invaded Iraq, they planned in the middle of the reconstruction ordeal to build a new cell network. Guess which standard they would choose? CDMA. In some ways it makes sense, since the leading CDMA provider and owner of most of it's patents is Qualcomm.
What I find amusing is how americans don't say that they're from the US but from their particular state when somebody asks them where they're from. For instance, when you ask someone from Europ where they're from, they will answer with their country's name, but if you ask someone from the US they would say something like "I'm from Montana" or "I live in California". It's funny if you ask me, but I believe it diminishes the feeling of national unity to call yourself from a "state" instead of your country, although they have proven me wrong a lot of times with their wicked redneck agenda... Just my two cents as a foreigner.
Don't forget Planck. He introduced quantization to make the equations match with the experimental data. He said it himself that he believed it was just a mathematical trick.
His last name is Freund, after all.