Not sure if it's the first, check the Amsterdam canal house being printed: http://3dprintcanalhouse.com/
Oh yeah? What did the Romans ever do for us?
The Guardian to give them financial support to keep real journalism going.
Great article. This journalist waited for Sony to come with a clarification? Wow. Guess his headset can't make calls because that's what a proper journalist would do.
But doesn't an X-box need electricity and a internet connection? That's the weirdest part of the analogy to me.
"how trolls were less prominent" Remember GNAA?
What happened to two turntables and a microphone? Lots of pioneers seemed to create beats that way...
Not in disagreement with the spirit of your post, but I use the Pohosynth app a lot and loving it so wouldn't consider that as a 'go-nowhere' project. Great technology and very usable.
I'm Dutch: downloading of movies is legal here, so I have no idea what you're talking about. GP's points are still valid (in my case).
Nerd friend of mine had a QR Code on the back of the invitation. The people who knew what a QR Code was, all got rick rolled. I thought it was hillarious.
"The next day we got a call from the ISP asking if everything was okay." I wish I had customer service like that!
mjn writes "Computational media researcher Nick Montfort traces the murky origins of Zork's name. It's well known that the word was used in MIT hacker jargon around that time, but how did it get there? Candidates are the term 'zorch' from late 1950s DIY electronics slang, the use of the term as a placeholder in some early 1970s textbooks, the typo a QWERTY user would get if he typed 'work' on an AZERTY keyboard, and several uses in obscure sci-fi. No solid answers so far, though, as there are problems with many of the possible explanations that would have made MIT hackers unlikely to have run across them at the right time."
Wonder if author typed
/played in WoW and then see how much he paid per minute. It all comes down on perspective. Like others have noted: 15 dollars a month is a good deal for a hobby. Or did he scavenge eBay for trade cards for 900 dollars each?
This has good coverage: http://translate.google.com/translate?prev=hp&hl=en&js=y&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftweakers.net%2Fnieuws%2F61541%2Frechter-verbiedt-the-pirate-bay-in-nederland-update.html&sl=nl&tl=en&history_state0= (In dutch http://tweakers.net/nieuws/61541/rechter-verbiedt-the-pirate-bay-in-nederland-update.html )
Not quite sure if I understand you correctly, but according to dutch law it is legal to download music and movies. Uploading them is illegal.