Honestly, Microsoft... why not just build some really nice Android apps and call it a day? NIH is a sickness.
Some citations are worse than no citations. Or do you think linking to timecube guy is somehow respectable when discussing the failings of the current physics models? Any of the major news agencies are better than a site affiliated with a particular party.
Also, you make a claim, you better back it up. Not up to us to do your research for you.
Statistics are wonderful, but yours are most likely wrong. A better estimate of how many people born before computers and software existed have died would be 93%. I am using http://www.prb.org/Publication... as my main reference.
That's the second biggest GPU I've ever seen.
A representative democracy is a subset of all democracies, which are a subset of all republics. What the Federalist Papers talks about is the danger of a Direct Democracy. Seriously, read it sometimes. Don't take the word of others for what's in them.
So yes, we have a democracy. We also have a republic. Sometimes, I suspect that this right-wing talking point was created because some Republicans were tired of Democrats sounding like they're the only ones for a democracy, since their name is so close.
But even a Republic's financial solvency can be threatened by a majority of politicians out-promising each other over how many gifts they will give people in order to get elected.
Representatives handing out cash in return for elections is pretty much exactly what is happening now. No different than people directly voting for more money for them.
The fiscally conservative side of the voting block is very concerned that a numb
It shouldn't cost that much. Many planes already have data service (run thru satellites) that they sell to passengers. Shouldn't be that hard to tap into the available instrument data and send out a blurp every 10-15 seconds. Doesn't even need fancy 2-way handshaking. Just send the encrypted packets and grab them as they arrive at the NOC. Not a big deal if the occasional blurp gets missed. But, if they never get another blurp from a plane, at least they got the data right up to the point of disaster.
I'll pay on GOG.com rather than free with DRM.
That number's way too low.
So you'd ride a CitiBike home from the airport?
If only there was a more efficient way to publish information and make it available to a large group of people.
$995 will buy a lot of cab rides.
Bear in mind that many of the addicted have untreated mental health issues that prevent them from interfacing with society normally. They "cope" with their mental problems, which could be easily addressed by any number of widely available pharmaceuticals, with illicit drug use. Many of these individuals could be returned to happy, healthy, productive members of society if they were able to interface with medical professionals that could not only help them with their addiction, but also address the underlying problems that led them down the path to addiction initially. The main roadblock to identifying, treating, and ultimately healing these people is directly traceable to the criminalization of drugs.
The irony is that criminalization doesn't stop them from acquiring and using drugs, it just stops them from getting off of drugs.