Nice! Except suddenly the defense lawyer for every lawsuit that RIAA brings up will be requesting that information.
Seriously - they have to have been in about a hundred movies. And all over the place.
Maybe it's time for the Psychological research people to join the 21st century and make some new digital inkblots?
I'm with you on that.
Been wanting one since the movie Hackers came out back in the mid-90s - which Zero Cool used. Loved the idea, have looked for years yet nothing has ever quite done it.
The explosion Tuesday night at Paypal's network operations center in San Jose shattered a window and forced the evacuation of 26 employees, according to local media reports. Law enforcement officials said they "have suspicions" about what may have caused the blast, but did not detail them. The investigation team included members of the local police bomb squad."
Intellipedia uses MediaWiki as the wiki engine. Wikipedia also has a page on Intellipedia.The office of U.S. intelligence czar John Negroponte announced Intellipedia, which allows intelligence analysts and other officials to collaboratively add and edit content on the government's classified Intelink Web much like its more famous namesake on the World Wide Web.
A "top secret" Intellipedia system, currently available to the 16 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community, has grown to more than 28,000 pages and 3,600 registered users since its introduction on April 17. Less restrictive versions exist for "secret" and "sensitive but unclassified" material.
From the article: Broward Supervisor of Elections spokeswoman Mary Cooney said it's not uncommon for screens on heavily used machines to slip out of sync, making votes register incorrectly. Poll workers are trained to recalibrate them on the spot — essentially, to realign the video screen with the electronics inside. The 15-step process is outlined in the poll-workers manual.
I take it these 'poll workers' who 'correct' faulty machines are trained and explicitly non-partisan technicians? Or not."