Fresca has always been marketed as a "caloria-free soft drink", hence it never had sugar in the first place.
I never heard that word before so I did a Google search on it. What I found disturbed me a lot. Does it mean that my Dr. Pepper has a sorts of sea slugs in them?
Then I realized it was a spelling error and hit myself on the head.
They lose money on every product sold, no matter what. They make money by selling a lot of them (volume!)
And that's just it. It's a publicity contest. Really, a sort of novelty. If somehow they manage to get something really special they might start doing it every year. But no matter what happens nobody gets hurt, a bunch of people get a trip to New York, and get to perform at a world famous venue.
You can, but you can still see talent through crummy recording devices. That girl is talented (well, more talented than anyone I've known or seen live as an amateur), despite the 'computer on top of some books' recording studio.
Everyone dies. That and the 2009 Farm Dere tractors on the 5AM farm report.
NASA is a very closed system. You don't just "get" to become an astronaut because you want to. It's a long and involved project.
What surprises me is that we haven't seen foreign nations with a fair amount of intellectual capital but without a real space program attempt like types of trade with private space endeavors. It could eventually work out to being on a smaller scale, and could promote a more international, global interest in space.
Who needs invisibility when they don't need to leave the house; they can just be more interesting on their cell phone.
Yes, because there isn't any service out there that lets people share the pointlessness of their lives. Otherwise, so many of its users would see marked improvements over "Going to take the dog to the vet" and spreading this banality to everyone stupid enough to click 'yes' and be added as a friend.
Or, a different way to put it: MS has difficulty because they operate under the assumption that end users will like what they produce, while Google is successful producing things that their end users will like. Rather than saying "This is what you should expect the Internet to be like", Google simplifies things and is more customer driven.
It has never crossed my mind to try another engine when I'm not getting the results I want. I simply try different terms in the Google search. After a while you get a hang of it, and it doesn't happen often.
The fist computer to be crucified will be in 2012.
While some of their work has been brilliant, actions like that make me suspect that in the end, they're pretty much assholes.
Becasue a species must watch out for themselves first.
That's exactly why we need to develop weapons like the ones mentioned in the article. Don't think for a second that dolphins don't hate humanity. We passively and innocently shoot some sonar in the water and hours later the sea creatures are fruitlessly attempting a land invasion. No attempts to communicate, no negotiate peace. Just throw themselves on our beaches to try to take a chunk out of us. Thank goodness that's all they've ever gotten.
Well, I know you'll never hear a Canadian sub coming... what with them being permanently enclosed in the West Edmonton Mall
For the Canadian sub to get out of the mall and come for you, I'd imagine it would make quite a racket.
The world is coming to an end--save your buffers!