This idea is as stupid as... uhm... err... hmm.
"I say this under my own free will and have not been influenced in any way by a cybernetic organism holding my family hostage. Thank you."
can't we just stick devices in our heads to read our thoughts directly?
Sure hope no one finds out that war is an ugly business that squanders trillions of taxpayer dollars and wastes countless human lives in order to reap huge rewards for a few special interests. That would be a shame (to the few special interests).
it sure beats using our own legs and arms like a sucker
Johnny Fusion writes "The writer of the Securi Security Blog had an alarming awakening when a honeypot on port 22 on a GoDaddy-hosted VPS recorded login attempts using his GoDaddy username and password and even an attempt to login as root. It turns out the attempt was actually from within GoDaddy's network. Before he could 'alert' GoDaddy about the security breach, he got an email from GoDaddy Demanding his root login credentials. There is an update where GoDaddy explains itself and says they will change policy."
Ubiquitous surveillance, body scanners, HD spy satellites
... this is where we are today. In a few years, tiny remote controlled insects could broadcast video and sound from virtually any private place, catching our most intimate moments. Eventually, if and when we learn to read thoughts, no one will have any secrets left.
You're right. What don't these RIAA jerks get? It's almost like they are operating with their own agenda or something.
Last year we ran the story of Yves Rossy and his DIY jetwings. Yves spent $190,000 and countless hours building a set of jet-powered wings which he used to cross the English Channel. Rossy's next goal is to cross the Strait of Gibraltar, from Tangier in Morocco and Tarifa on the southwestern tip of Spain. From the article: "Using a four-cylinder jet pack and carbon fibre wings spanning over 8ft, he will jump out of a plane at 6,500 ft and cruise at 130 mph until he reaches the Spanish coast, when he will parachute to earth." Update 18:57 GMT: mytrip writes: "Yves Rossy took off from Tangiers but five minutes into an expected 15-minute flight he was obliged to ditch into the wind-swept waters."
Not so much about Second Life, but about the way in which what is happening there parallels what we have in the real world. Powerful interests consistently manipulate our world's system to benefit the interests of a tiny few at the expense of the great majority. Hopefully massive protests will stop this from happening, in both SL and in the real world.
a handful of selfish greedy people are no match for millions of selfish, greedy people
I used an automated bad joke generator
but windows 7 is at least twice as good as windows 3.1
Some king just died and his cousin needed my help and promised to repay me half a million dollars for my bank account information, which I sent of course, because I'm not an idiot. But just how the hell am I supposed to contact him now?
But what would you do to relax after a long day's work?