The music is from (fairly sure) the movie Sunshine.
Just make sure he doesn't believe that copyrighting his game designs will yield money in the future.
I see Fry narrowing his eyes.
...so they can deny your claim and get you turned into soylent faster! Go future, go!
First 2015 post?
You just shout "SLICE! CHOP! SLICE!" at it and it makes fruit slicing noises and tells you afterwards how well you did. When you're not using it, it quietly keeps a compressed log of human presence information and keyword flags that get sent to Amazon's supercustomers. Just like the Kinect, but no Xbox required. Awesome innovation.
...are gradually replacing computer operators, even on communities like Slashdot, because time and aging and dying and stuff. Those gadget users who don't understand GPOS's and don't want to...they want stuff like this. To me, it looks like a waste of time, but maybe they'll make some money. Not with my help, though.
The advantage is that all of the Google maps-based map pages you see embedded at various sites will now be configured the same way, and any pins you've stuck in or any other notes you've made will now be consistent across sites. The disadvantage is that now sites don't have a means of utilizing a Google map without their customers being tracked by Google.
They haven't been signed in to Google. This change will force users of pages that utilize Google maps to auth to Google in order to display the result.
Funny, I discovered Youtube ads had invaded my FireTV YouTube client after updating last night. I was also previously unaware youtube was forcing ads. Adblock FTW.
This is the same country that inspired 1984 and V For Vendetta, so it seems there's a long running propensity for criminal overreach.
Time for popcorn!!!
Anybody with a brain knows this has been going on for years.
You are a WIT, my friend. Have you considered stand-up comedy? Good thing you posted anonymously, because that kind of blazing display of wordsmithery is likely to make you some enemies.
Only hipsters use the term "hipster" derisively. It's fun to watch.