from the they-can-have-it dept.
heptapod writes "Slashdot reported earlier about Google's Chrome notebook and keen-eyed readers would have noticed the lack of a caps lock key. 'According to Google, this will improve the quality of the comments, because people will not be able to write all in capital letters. I'm not a fan of the caps lock key myself. I never use it, so it can go to hell, for all I'm concerned. But taking away choice from people is not good, especially when this is not going to improve the quality of comments.'"
You're doing it wrong. If it's in your iTunes Library, and selected for sync, it'll sync.
I've sync'd Amazon purchases, CD rips, and Internet Archive downloads (concerts and movies) to my iPod with no problem
Old adaptations are pretty common--take the Osage-Orange, for example. Nothing eats it, nothings disperses the seeds anymore; the creatures that probably fed on it and spread the seeds went extinct long ago (giant ground sloths, etc). It would have likely gone extinct too, but we humans planted the tree for windbreaks and for useful wood.
from the layers-and-layers dept.
Mathiasdm writes "The Invisible Internet Project, also known as I2P, has seen its 0.7.2 release (download). I2P uses multiple encryption layers, and routing through several other computers to hide both sender and receiver of messages. On top of the network, regular services such as mail, browsing, file sharing and chatting are supported.
This release (and all of the releases since 0.7) is at the start of a new development period, in which the I2P developers wish to spread the word about the secure network. This new release includes performance improvements, a first edition of an experimental new desktop interface and security improvements (by limiting the number of tunnels a single peer can participate in)."