I agree - that's why I said "If... safely and securely". Privacy concerns in this respect wouldn't worry me. Living in the UK I'm aiming to go to several Olympic events in 2012 - and I'd much rather know that there was no way anything was getting in to the stadium that shouldn't be there.
If the technology is out there to do this safely and securely, how could it possibly be a bad thing. These being used at major gatherings - Olympics, Superbowl, World Cup - all round the world these should be able to be used given the current state of the world we live in.
Yeah - you've got to feel sorry for those poor probation officers. If they are really unlucky Mr Soloway will visit
That's OK - they'll be after you twice as badly as after me - you used the 'T' word twice.
You can't use the word 'Troll' or the Tolkien estate will be after you all.
Would the suit be filed under "Moogle" or "Gosoft"?
of Mickey Mouse research?
Well, I am. I'm surprised that those who spent the time staring into a mirror didn't have lowered self-esteem. Haven't we recently discussed cameras that make people better-looking because 90% of people don't like the way they look?
Mind you, if you'd put me in this study I'd have had a cat-nap. It's amazing how much better that can make you feel about things.
My wife got all excited by this story. She'd always told me that there were pixies on the moon.
2 feet per pixel? Is that 2 left feet, 2 right feet or one of each? I guess it would depend on whether the astronauts were taking giant steps or jumping at the time.
His removal is a wikid (wicked) act
Well, we only use semaphore when we need to transmit something really urgent. The rest of the time we wait for the next ice-age and carve our messages into the landscape by diverting the flow where we need it.
Besides that - real criminals don't smoke, that's just in the movies.
Morse Code? What kind of cyber-criminal pussy are you. Go back to your Mom's house and continue pwning your own box.
Us real cyber-criminals use semaphore - and that's for transferring the data bit-by-bit as well as just talking to eech other.
Seriously! What company is going to pay an extra 10% (guessed figure) on top of the cost so they can have a nice comfy room for their data-rats?
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he'll invite himself over for dinner. - Calvin Keegan