I know the technology isn't exactly cutting edge, but I'm surprised I didn't see railroads being mentioned as a possibility. Here's a flickr album showing them being moved without a problem http://www.flickr.com/photos/10372533@N06/2468920475/ Run them on trains to as close to where they're going to go as possible, then air lift them to their final destinations, simple as that.
I wonder if any of the info will be considered public info, and if so, how many of the satellites up there will be considered "non existent".
I can't connect, it says "error establishing database connection", I'm gonna guess this is another instance of a server overloading thanks to the amount of people connecting from a link on slashdot. Maybe once there's a few more new stories posted, people will stop looking at this one for long enough for me to load the images.
I wonder if SCO told their buyer that Linux (all of it) is part of the sale? They probably said "yea, this guy with a blue blanket and a red and black striped shirt who calls himself Linus is gonna try to tell you that Linux isn't ours to sell, yea, just ignore him".
What ever happened to the good old days when AVG was free?
"...the researchers used 'techniques similar to how Polaroid sunglasses filter away reflected sunlight to reduce glare..." Funny, I didn't even know Polaroid made sunglasses, here I thought they only made photography stuff. I assume the writer meant Polarized sunglasses?