"The good news is that Google has so far left many of the links up."
How is that good news? If the studio wants a link to their own Facebook page for a movie removed from search results, DO IT. Google should comply with the idiotic requests. I would imagine the response would be similar to those newspaper sites that have requested their stuff be removed from Google News: traffic dives and they change their tune rather quickly. IMO, the best way to show the stupidity of the DMCA is to plainly demonstrate it to the content creators.
Although macrophages also attacked blood cells expressing CD47 when mice were given the antibody, the researchers found that the decrease in blood cells was short-lived; the animals turned up production of new blood cells to replace those they lost from the treatment...
Seems to me the customer has a right to be pissed off if the company is screwing him around and then insulting him on top of it.
I have a piece of spam I've saved because it made me laugh:
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That was from "Departament879@fbi.com" Like the FBI has a
The author of the proposal, Philip Gerrie, is a bee keeper and is (was) even president of the local association.
Evidently, his abhorrence of "treating [pets] as commodities and expendable" doesn't extend to stealing bees' honey and selling it for his profit, nor to manipulating the bees social structure and ecology, as is required of any successful bee keeper.
I think that's about right and if I had mod points I'd give you some. I've been an Opera devotee for 12-13 years. Opera has always been pretty good at memory management, IMO, but nowadays, it uses as much as the next browser. Right now, 6 tabs open for the last 2 hrs and I'm sitting at about 512 megs used. Of course, it doesn't seem to be as big a deal when systems are built with 6-8 gigs minimum as the standard. Even so, I'm still relentlessly concerned about every spare resource my rig uses.
The circumstances that contributed to the failings at Fukushima are not similar to the situation surrounding nuclear plants in Switzerland or Germany. This is nonsense.
They want to improve their use of renewables, awesome. They should keep the nuke plants while boosting efforts on wind, solar, and hydro. Ramping up reliance on fossil-fueled energy while waiting for those other technologies to get to where we need them to be is foolish.
The cost of feathers has risen, even down is up!