It blows my mind how many "scientifically" minded people there are on Slashdot, and yet, so many people who are scared to think outside of the box. I guess that's the problem with overspecialization.
Adobe's RTMFP has had this ability for years now, and they've since developed it further to include peer-to-peer rebroadcasting.
Except... it requires Flash, which is a dirty word around these parts.
Nice. Except that to really use RTMFP for peer to peer connections outside your LAN you have to cough up $40,000 for Flash Media Server Enterprise.
Most, if not all, GM plants are engineered so that they don't produce pollen. That's why farmers need to buy new seeds every year. This is done in order to prevent flux of engineered material to nature.
Bullshit. They're engineered like that so you have to keep buying their product. Wake up.
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