This is a clever, but predictable evolution in design production.
Let's say we agree the "official" name has probably been replaced by something way more crafty in light 0f the incident.
The Feather actuation procedure (FAP), or fapping, per conversacronyming.
Thanks for nothing Roy Scheider
A society as diverse and populated as ours would crumble without a universal way to settle accounts. How would Walmart pay its Chinese suppliers? It is no accident all major empires in written and remembered history evolved past the barter system.
All that and money is how we keep score.
Instead of dragging my browsing speed down to tortoise level and asking me to like it while watching your adds,
try making me benefit, even subtly, from viewing your auditions to separate me from the paper in my wallet.
I can guaranfuckingtee you the engineers considered this event. Their take at the time? " Nobody is going to pull the feather actuator prematurely!"
It is one of those times.
Nike and Apple have agreed to settle in a class action lawsuit alleging that the two sold the Nike FuelBand fitness tracker in spite of knowing that the device’s biometrics measurements were inaccurate.
Based on the wording in the summary, I expected it to be about the "tracking" part. I was guessing that the band doesn't actually log any thing locally, so it can't be said to track anything on its own. I have no idea if that's the case or not.
So in other words, like many, many things sold under the guise of being healthful,
these products are about as scientifically helpful as the mood ring.
The guy who believes in the juice cleanse is getting mocked by the other guy who believes in an invisible overlord in the sky.
The quandary is, as always, whether or not you continue the faith in your governors to make that d3cision for you.
and they were created by legislation spawned by powerful corporations successfully suppressing competition,
would you be wrong taking the sweets?
losing money to another company is not an issue unless you are using unfair competitive practises.
This is, of course, the backbone argument against Uber in many municipalities. Commercial Taxicabs are subject to many rules and regulations that Uber is not.
I don't think Uber is ignoring the regulations as much as they're challenging whether or not they have a right to exist.
Bone & muscle density loss, circulation problems, and some yet undiscovered detrimental effects are all strong arguments for three things:
expand space exploration programs by artificial intelligence, continued extended human weightlessness studies, and experimentation with artificial gravity via a centrifuge system.