From my interpretation of what's actually in the CITA program, this is no different than what's currently available in Apple's Find My iPhone capability. Allow the user to remotely lock (i.e. set a PIN) or wipe a device, and remove the pin and/or
It seems to me that all the armchair conspiracy theorists here are over-reacting.
You kids need to get off my lawn....
Even if the Cunningham project doesn't meet some arbitrary criteria for the first internet crowdsourced project, there's always Project Gutenberg, started in 1971.
But she insists on having the 1's...
just give her every other byte.
Vertex has a very generous patient assistance program for this drug. It's *free* for those without insurance and who make less than $150k/year, and for others there's a generous co-pay assistance program. This drug will be available for everyone who needs it. We've spent 10 years and I don't even know how many hundreds of millions of dollars developing this drug, and helping save lives is what keeps us motivated every day.
of course, I don't speak for Vertex.
Ho! "in the mist" of global warming. That's funny. Mist is a phenomenon of small droplets suspended in air. The word you're looking for is 'midst'.
I don't believe such a thing can possibly exist.
Of course they can. Here: 7, 3. I've just given you two *totally* random numbers.
I occasionally have to use vim to edit the Makefile for emacs.
I once had to read The Simarillion for a class. It was my first exposure to the fantasy genre and I was quite confused, although I had already *not* read so many books for that class I had to continue. I slogged through literally the first quarter of the book before the scales suddenly fell off my eyes and suddenly I grokked it.
I closed the book, reopened it to the first page and breezed through the whole thing. It's still one of my favorites.
A girl's got to have her standards.
Yeah, irregardless of the fact that I should be use to reading this sort of thing by now, it literally made my head explode when I read it.
There. Fixed that for you.
Riches cover a multitude of woes. -- Menander