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Comment Re:It's not just a picture. (Score 1) 524

No. I've already dealt with the facts that you're pretending I left out. GSV is so inefficient that whether or not you're using the flash interface, you could easily make up the difference in "time until started".

This is compounded by your own admission that any houses that look good on GSV would have to be checked out in real life. If you're already going to be driving there whether you're using GSV or not, why waste your time using something so inefficient?

So before you go accusing me of distorting the facts to validate my own conclusion, you might want to read your own arguments to date and ask yourself why they've changed so much.

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Boy Scouts Ask Open Source Community For Help 973

Lucas123 writes "The Boy Scouts of America are looking to the open-source community for help in building software to use for fundraisers, special events, and other functions, for their more than 121,000 local scout troops. Some open source advocates, who are former Boy Scouts, support the idea, despite a few reservations. According to the article, there are no plans for a scout merit badge in open source — but there has been a merit badge in computers since 1967, 'and it is possible that if the program is successful, it could eventually be used by IT-savvy scouts themselves.'"

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