Seems like they licked it.
But they were always right before when they said:
The weather will be better or worse or it will stay as it is.
"...University of Washington to bring the deep sea online..."
I'd prefer if they'd bring the high mountains online, there are millions of people there every year, in the deep seas not so much.
"This libraries, holy damn. As a kid, my mom would take me to the library, and I'd get physical books. Was that convenient? Hell yes. I loved every minute of it, from the smell of the library to the heft of the book in my hands."
You mean the smell of mold spores and the billions of bacteria from previous readers, who not only took it to the toilet, but also licked their thumbs before turning every single page?
No thanks. I prefer illegally downloading a sterile copy.
http://popcorntime.se/ is dead already.
"So how does a 40 year old computer system get replaced and only doubles the number of flights capable of being tracked?"
VMS simulators are not that fast, after all only planes and trains and a few factories use it.
"sharing their disappointment over the newly discovered Apple flaw."
They also don't get hired by banks and other serious businesses, it ain't a 'bank flaw'.
It was just a bad idea to get a tattoo and now you pay for it.
Reality catches up. I had a nightmare once, where Microsoft Clippy and Bob were following me around.
"But there may be a solution to the disparity that is much simpler than targeted recruitment efforts"
The Bruce Jenner method?
Since nobody drinks tapwater anyway, it doesn't really matter.
" Its near-future design would also be able to avoid glare even when the high beam is in use, detecting up-coming vehicles and disabling the range of light that is directed at it."
Very near 'future' indeed. My 2 year old VW Golf has that feature. Benz has had it for years.
Unfortunately the AI has a tell, his hard-disk lights flash when he's bluffing.
"...technique called Subgraph Augmented Non-negative Tensor Factorization (SANTF)"
Obviously nobody speaks french there or they would have used a last word beginning with 'e' so that it spells SANTE which means 'health' in french.
"In the US there are plenty of legal codes that do not allow a criminal to make money from their crimes, such as a mass murderer making money from publishing a autobiography"
Sure, for _convicted_ criminals, not those who commit suicide before any trial.
I'd like a search that actually searches exactly what I type and not what it thinks I might mean.
Including punctuation exactly as I type it instead of ignoring it.