Try wikipedia on npr funding. Seems that "pretty much government funded" is 11.3%. So no.
Second that. Would add Phantastes by the same.
I spent a weekend listening to a string theorist explain multiple universes. I felt much the same way.
Agree 100%. Toss in SmartGWT, especially if you are doing business apps.
I use GWT with Smart GWT (I think it was GWT EXT or something like that). The Smart GWT guys sell their enterprisey stuff too but I have had little trouble using Google RPC solution with SmartGWT. Recommend it.
I know that this particular article references php in the server. But if you are more accustomed to java then I have truly enjoyed GWT with SmartGWT. The SmartGWT guys offer a paid version, but I just mashed together Google's RPC with SmartGWT's widgits. Check the showcase , if you are interested.
I think the fact that bacteria have been shown to exchange genetic material directly instead of through random mutations makes this comic less apropos. Link
Luckily you can be a Christian and still sin. So Christian nation it still may be.
Just goes to show, doesn't it. It's the quiet ones who do carpentry you got to watch out for
Ha! I see what you did there. Not sure he was quiet though.
Thanks for that, now I can get to work.
tetrahedrassface writes "When I was very young, my dad took me on a trip to his parents' farm. He wanted to show me 'The Crater.' We walked a long way through second generation hardwoods and finally stood on the rim of a hole that has no equal in this area. As I grew up, I became more interested in The Crater, and would always tell friends about it. It is roughly 1,200 feet across and 120 feet deep, and has a strange vibe about it. When you walk up to it, you feel like something really big happened here. Either the mother of all caves is down there, or a large object smashed into this place a long, long time ago. I bought aerial photos when I was twelve and later sent images from GIS to a geologist at a local university. He pretty much laughed me out of his office, saying that it was a sinkhole. He did wish me luck, however. It may be sinkhole. Who knows? Last week I borrowed a metal detector and went poking around, and have found the strangest shrapnel pieces I have ever seen. They are composed of a metal that reacts strongly to acids. The largest piece so far reacted with tap water and dish-washing detergent. My second trip today yielded lots of strange new pieces of metal, and hopefully, one day the truth will be known. Backyard science is so much fun. And who knows; if it is indeed a cave, maybe Cerberus resides there."
Enter GWT w/ Smart GWT. Don't look back, you'll cry at how much time you wasted.
Look who's living in 1995.
I believe XKCD had a relevant comic. Can't find it now though, (too lazy to look). I'm with you, I've started 'STALKER, Shadow of Chernobyl'. Got if for like $5 on Steam over Xmas.
http://www.langpop.com/ begs to differ.