"The scientists took bags of fallen leaves to various areas around Chernobyl and found that locations with more radiation caused the leaves to retain more than half of their original weight after almost a year." I'd certainly be toting my "bag of fallen leaves" if I were in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Of course, I would not be telling people about the where the bag lost some of its original weight. But to be honest, In places with more radiation I would think it would loose more weight. Or am I missing something?
I'll add color coding to lines joining devices to show if traffic is blocked, forwarded, or filtered today.
Am I the only one that watched the show and thought, "Neil deGrasse Tyson stole Boba Fet's ship!"?
I've been saying all along that the schools should get the geeks laid instead of the jocks. Even with this study they still won't listen.
"Second: Yes, the developing world is growing and, yes, smartphone adoption is always rocketing up and, yes, eventually feature phones will be a thing of the past. But this won't happen tomorrow.
If they get people using low end phones accustomed to FirefoxOS then they have successfully developed a market share.
I remember saying that paying for cable TV would end up pushing paid television with commercials as the only TV available. Now people are popularizing DRM loving privacy pillaging commercial filled paid online versions of the same poor quality entertainment.
The irony with that is Australians have twice the ISP quality available to them then we do in the U.S. I honestly believe Australians get the same poor speed because of all the packet filtering done on your traffic.
H2-11 should be prohibited from refueling at NASA Ames. That way they can crash, die, and people can bitch about how NASA refused to help a brother out.
"Lync does this no differently than any other enterprise communications system,” says Barry Castle". They are not lying. There have been better solutions for a long time. All of them integrate directory services (AD/LDAP) with information from everything, audio recording of phone conversations, video recording of desktop usage, real time network traffic information.
With all of the HTTP components in language API's that can be integrated into applications I'm wondering why more people don't just give up on web browsers made by others. Though I wonder how many companies would block you from accessing their site if the browser doesn't have the correct branding.
Which BIO fuel can be used to make plastics? We need to switch before oil isn't available for all of the "other things" we need it for.
net stop dnscache
Disconnect chainsaw from home network.
If you specify the same memory area in an application for your variables you open up the application for some serious illegitimate usage. It looks to me like using database triggers is pretty much the same thing. However, if someone has sufficient access to your database they could just make their own "triggers". It is a cool concept though.
They are only accepting Vorbis/FLAC audio, Theora video, in ogg containers? Or is everything good as long as the container isn't proprietary?