Fair enough, but Amazon's P/E is more than double that of Facebook's, and I don't hear many people calling on it...
The UWisconsin market has a great record of predicting US elections to greater accuracy than published surveys. I wouldn't discount it.
Heh, the CHP. I'm still to see one of their cars ever use the turning lights when changing lanes on the freeway. I have a friend who's a policeman and the stories he tells about drunk driving after shifts, using their badges to enter night clubs for free and other minor abuses of power are so shameful I've decided to just change the topic when he starts talking about work, or I'll lose a friend.
Yes, the only people I know who use G+ are actually Google employees.
I was "raised Catholic" (scary quotes because it didn't prevent me from becoming an atheist) and I was never told, by family nor priests, that "the host becomes Jesus". It's always been a symbol. Then again, I went to churches in relatively progressive, working class areas.
I don't think the Inquisition lacked much public support. Religion is a powerful tool to control the illiterate.
Every time a similar question arises, someone brings up Feynmann, so let's get it out of the way.
Should a landlord be liable when a tenant infringes copyrights?
Thank you, this argument is the simplest explanation of issue's core. I've read blogs of certain judges in Spain claiming for Youtube and Google to compensate musicians for their users linking to copyrighted content. Some people just can't adapt.
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It saves someone $10 a month at no cost to the other...
So happy since I moved from Comcast to local San Francisco ISP WebPass. And on top of great speed, when you call them you can tell they're people who enjoy their jobs.
I got an ExoPC Slate last year at a conference for development. Since MeeGo is a no go, I'm waiting for Android on x86 to be usable so I can finally put it to work.
Whether that's an improvement is not for you nor me to decide. Unless you're an Egyptian.
I can tell you Android runs on x86 already, albeit in an unstable state. I expect with Intel behind this, things will develop faster. Regarding the compatibility issues, Android is bytecode with only specific libraries compiled natively, and they're being ported. I imagine we'll see some sort of fat binary support for both architectures on the Android Market.
If we get android running x86 (there are already a number of people out there working towards this)
Actually, I am running Android on my x86 tablet. The speakers and touch screen don't work so you have to plug a mouse, and it's unstable, but it does run already.