It seemed to me that Google bought Nest just to get a copy of the data. You're right, it's even more useful if they get everyone to associate that data with their G+ account.
Great! All we needed -- a Druish princess!
Finally! A name for this phenomenon. I was going to call it "NPR headline writing style," but "Betteridge's law of headlines" will do fine.
Now he can tell us why we should turn back regulation on smoking and give big banks even more money.
And what a crock -- that Koreans would crash a plane because of a respect of hierarchy. This is just racist. Sorry, I take that back. It's just stupid.
The police have 48 hours to charge you with a crime after your arrest.
You can be charged with resisting arrest, but you can't be arrested for resisting arrest (you're already under arrest).
Besides, arresting officers don't make the charges -- especially before/during arrest. They need to poke around in your stuff to find (or plant) drugs or something else that will stick, or hang you with your own words in the interrogation.
I presume they're writing Robert Ludlum novels. At least "24" fan-fiction.
1. Music was better back in my day.
2. Pull up your pants.
3. Get off of my lawn!
It's in the 7th Amendment. Getting the powers that be to agree to the terms of the Constitution and its amendments seems to be the issue at hand.
Of course they aren't connected to the internet. They're connected to each other by unencrypted radio links.
Is that a 7" tablet in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
Because then you wouldn't have had the scene where the audience gets to see the whales transported to the tanks.
To which you might say -- why didn't they just use shields to hold the water/whale solution in place?
To which I say that's not a very interesting time-travelly solution, and smacks of the "reverse the polarity and run it through the deflector beam" panacea.
A safe bet, this.
"What a wonder is USENET; such wholesale production of conjecture from such a trifling investment in fact." -- Carl S. Gutekunst