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Comment: Re:The Revolving Door Argument is Thin Anyway.... (Score 3, Insightful) 86 86

But Apple did exactly that when they brought John Sculley over from Pepsi. And it worked well at first. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J... As to Chairman Wheeler, sometimes poachers do make the best gamekeeprs.

Comment: echolocation (Score 3, Interesting) 456 456

Not just the puny human variety that lets you sense walls before you walk into them (sometimes), but actual bat- or dolphin- level perception of the world around you. Or even weirder, a lateral line might be fun too. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lateral_line

Comment: Re:It's official (Score 1) 365 365

Well, as a milkman you should have licensed one of my exclusive inventions: a semi-autonomous semi-intelligent propulsion system that not only pulls your vehicle but remembers the entire route and all the stops. It even runs on unprocessed biofuel and produces salable fertilizer as waste! May I present: Equus ferus caballus

Comment: Aha! A Private Sector solution! (Score 1) 192 192

There are three questions to consider:

Are false accusations of infringement libelous?

Besides The US and the UK, can these false accusations be viewed in any other countries anywhere else in the world?

Does Microsoft have any money?

Actually, I'm surprised this hasn't been tried before.

Algebraic symbols are used when you do not know what you are talking about. -- Philippe Schnoebelen