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Every feature of Facebook that caused me to sign on with it when it first opened, is available through Twitter. I'm linked to everyone I know and I can give them status updates and post photos and view theirs. There is no reason for me to ever use Facebook now that I have Twitter.
Over six thousand protestors in a single day? I think you are hallucinating friend. The biggest day was 700 on the Brooklyn Bridge. After that the NYPD was careful not to perform mass arrests. I think you should probably stop spreading lies.
Funny that I don't see anyone talk about the stories themselves, just the news surrounding their acquisition... Is there some radical content in these stories, something of super-human insight or intelligence, that was supposed to be locked away for a good reason?
Considering that these are supposed to be helium balloons, and we're facing a global helium shortage - yes, this is an immoral use of the technology. It was already a matter for debate when they were going to waste helium to bring the miracle of Twitter to the earth's rural poor. They're hastening the demise of MRI machines in the name of higher bandwidth for the globe-hopping ultra-rich, that is what I call "evil."
She says in the comments, "The speeding was justified as I was in a 65 mph zone and thought I was on a 75mph zone, I always feel like I need some software to alert me when zones change
wouldn't a better name have been "ipod hair"
What I see is less power in the hands of users as all games become subscription and "early access." The developer is freed from its obligation to ever provide a finished product that actually belongs to the user, rather than being leased or sold "on spec"
cannibalization of an apple product by another apple product is a good thing.... except of course for the massive waste and human suffering involved in manufacturing the cannibalized line of products.
"having not RTFA"
if you read the article, the one milligan wrote, you will see that you are not being very score:5 insightful.
They meant to admit this to the public last week, but their press release got its letters changed around for some reason...
I think http://twitter.com/Horse_ebooks has a significantly higher success rating than 16%. Granted its tweets are not "jokes." But I hardly think "I like my coffee like I like my war - cold" qualifies as a joke. Especially since they are trying to make the AI "funny" out of any sort of context.
I'm glad that the scientific community will benefit from these good auspices. NASA's in-house seers predict this will totally compensate for the bad omen earlier this year, when seven ravens got incinerated on the launchpad.
Those aren't biomarkers for violence... they're biomarkers for self-defense! USA! USA!