The only drawback I can see is that you'd want to be sitting closer to the front.. apparently the Livescribe pens can pick up from 50 feet away (15 meters). YMMV?
I sit almost in the back and have it on the auditorium setting. The recordings are perfectly fine for me. I do catch myself saying comments under my breath a bit though. I also can hear about 80%+ of questions from across the room, 100% if they are at all close. My rule of thumb is that if you cannot hear them the pen won't either.
My daughter's first pat down was about 3 years ago. She was close to a year old then. They canceled a flight, put us up in a hotel, and then put us on another airline without our luggage. The luggage stayed with the original airline. So we were flagged as a family/group of 3 adults and 2 children purchasing tickets a mere 2 hours before the flight without luggage. So everyone of us got the "royal" treatment. This was before today's molestations, so we were NOT expecting anything like this. My daughter was (thankfully) asleep in my arms as they were feeling up the wife, followed by my adult brother, followed by my 5 year old son. By this point my wife was "actively" questioning why they were patting down a five year old. Then they said they needed to "pat down the infant". She freaked. Started crying, asking what they were going to do, are you going to molest my baby, do you think we have a bomb, what is wrong with you people, etc... She was not quiet, she was crying, full blown panic. She was telling me to just get over there and help her so her baby won't get molested (they had just checked her 42 DD bra for bombs while she was still wearing it). I am on the other side waiting for them to feel up my jumblies (still with my daughter) in a very surreal, how the f*** am I supposed to get on that side of security without first GOING THROUGH SECURITY? Security stopped and there was actual silence throughout the line. No cell phone cameras though. Not really the fad for recording yet, I guess. Anyway a female TSA (was it TSA in 2008?) agent took my sleeping daughter gently to my wife and proceeded to gently pat her down in my wife's arms. They were very sensible with the daughter and really only patted down her back. I guess my wife got to them. Then they moved around my jumblies, asked me to cough, and told us to have a nice flight.
So anyway, these "searches" have been going on for a while now.
Bottom line: price your stuff according to what people can afford.
They need to price discriminate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price_discrimination). (Mathematically the only way to truly maximize their global profit is to price discriminate.) Figure out a demand curve for each market and charge the price that maximizes total profit for each market. So for India they should charge X and Brazil Y and for the US Z. They will actually charge what people can afford for each market. This assumes they can actually segment and seal their market.
This reminds me of the dude that paid almost $800 for an Xbox Box on eBay.
It is NOT the same.
He never actually got his box.
If he's buying it he won't have a landlord and he won't be a tenant, moron.
He will be a tenet to the best landlord ever, Tyler Durden. He should shave his head and stand on the stoop and wait to be invited in. I bet the view even has quite a few bank high rises in perfect view. (I would probably advise against owning a gun at this time though.)
No, they just look at the teenage girls with boobies.
They had the computer club look over the footage. I would like to see the multi monitor setup in these kids homes.
I could see the school district saying. "The computer club students were really good kids. They had straight A's before we gave them this task. I haven't really seen any of them in school since though. They must really be taking their handy work seriously."
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