Wow, this is really evil
Burning the skin of a grapefruit with a laser may be ok, but here are some questions:
1) With the laser burns, it may be possible to cover up blemishes or signs of mold or rot on the skin of a fruit.
2) What happens with apples, potatoes, carrots, pears, and other fruits and vegetables where its good to eat the skin? I don't want some artificial chemical imprinted into the skins that I would normally eat.
I always know a label is there, I know to take it off. For fruits and vegetables with skins that are supposed to removed, the label is not a problem because I peel off the skin.
So this technology does not really solve anything, and it becomes an inconvenience.
I would happily buy them from Amazon, if Amazon had up to date Ubuntu CD's. Its especially useful when you need a DVD and don't want to wait
This makes me want to cancel my iphone
The blog listing is really about "Dear Microsoft: Hire me to organize codeplex for you. Keep me on retainer forever to advise you on this"
I have a master's degree in computer science.
I believe that it depends on how strong and detailed your undergraduate experience is. The coursework for a master's degree provides one with a very good education, with deep knowledge in specific topics. Many undergrad programs just scratch the surface.
In the computer science field, many employers would rather outsource than hire an entry level graduate. A master's degree and the knowledge that comes with helps you out against the competition.
1300 enemy vs 100 of our guys?
Sounds like a victory
He sound a little angry.
"He says 'if your reaction to this crate of magic is "Hm. I wonder how we'd go about suing someone who 'did this' with our IP?" instead of, "Holy crap, clearly, this is the freaking future of entertainment," it's probably time to put some ramen on your Visa and start making stuff up for your LinkedIn page."
is actually more amusing than the underlying article.
In case anyone cares, I resisted this plague.
Circuit City had the worst customer service of any the electronic stores.
Even when you got help they were idiots. I won't shed a tear for them, especially
when their competitors do a better job.
I am just waiting for the liquidation sale.
Why don't you forgo internet access and just immerse yourself in the experience?
What we anticipate seldom occurs; what we least expect generally happens. -- Bengamin Disraeli