print "Spoken like someone who ".$string."\n";
Why don't you let Perl do the interpolation for you? You have an extra ". and
While using directional antennas will help to some extent, keep in mind that your clients will NOT have directional antennas, and will interfere with each other. A larger number of access points with lower power will help to some extent, but with this many people using the service concurrently, you may have a problem, regardless of how you do it. Also, make sure you don't use a single
2 bucks for half an hour of entertainment? The average movie costs more to see, and the value of the entertainment is highly debatable.
Yes, that's basically the appeal. An appeal that only applies to geeks and like minded people, but that's basically the appeal. It's not "mainstream". It's not sleek, not trendy, not fancy or stylish, that's not the angle. If you want to make it stylish and trendy, market it under the aspect of ever increasing vendor lock-in and telcos that want to fetter you with endless contracts, and that this is the last bastion of freedom in telcoland. The amount of people who feel more and more under surveillance is increasing, and maybe a suitable market angle would be to sell the Android as the way to display that you don't want to be part of the surveillance crowd.
Before you answer, yes, I know it's simply marketing and has no real meaning. It's what style and fancyness is for the iPhone: A sales pitch.
The problem with that line of reasoning is that when your main deterrent is a threat, that threat must never waver. If an enemy doubts your ability to carry out a threat, then the threat loses all credibility. Right now no country is willing to chance it, but if those warheads are just left to sit, then... eventually someone will take the gambit.
Well, the placebo effect works without any drugs at all. Might as well package M&Ms as painkillers. Anyone who realises that the generic an the name brand are identical will have the same effect for either.
Seems pretty straight forward.
So Doom IV will be released December 2099 and Doom V will be released right before Duke Nukem Forever. Big deal.
There, fixed that for you.
From TFA, Tennessee has a shorter wait time than most states: 48 days, instead of 306 nationally. That would be my guess as to why Tennessee.
Then just transmit the derivative of your signal with an FM transmitter.
The result will be a phase modulated radio signal.
The solution of this problem is trivial and is left as an exercise for the reader.