Both Chase and Citi offer them. I have a Citi that I use for European travel.
I sure hope the post the results on YouTube.
I like Apple's approach to standards... embrace and extend.
Entire article summarized in 3 panels: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/3/19/
Hear hear. I took a friend flying and he was literally shocked that there was no security screening. I told him he was free to feel up his own junk if he felt it was absolutely necessary, buy I wasn't doing it for him. My airline is strictly self-fondling.
Luckily there is a pretty significant movement to change that the LSA gross weight limit to 1600 lbs. A lot of the current LSAs are payload limited by this regulation, but are structurally capable of 1600 lb MTOW.
teamhasnoi writes "Back in 2004, Slashdot discussed a program that deleted your home directory on entry of a pirated serial number. Now, a new developer is using the same method to protect his software, aptly named Display Eater. In the dev's own words, "There exist several illegal cd-keys that you can use to unlock the demo program. If Display Eater detects that you are using these, it will erase something. I don't know if this is going to become Display Eater policy. If this level of piracy continues, development will stop." Is deleting user data ever acceptable, even when defending one's software from piracy?"