The walk signs already talk to pedestrians
Some might prefer a Santa tracker that's not connected to a military organization. Of course, some might not feel one connected to a giant company is necessarily preferable.
Maybe Santa will offer an app
I know, it's confusing
Here's the quote I was responding to:
"due to circumstances beyond our control,â their Dec. 27 Team America screening has also been canceled." If only I had a copy, I'd like to host a viewing party here in Austin for The Interview , which I want to see now more than ever.
About Team America, I can only guess that the Southpark people are not that big on copyright
If only I had a copy, I'd like to host a viewing party here in Austin for The Interview, which I want to see now more than ever.
Sounds about right...
To quote Mike Masnick of Techdirt:
I can't help but feel that there's a kid in a basement somewhere yelling, "OMFG, I killed a movie!"
"There's your widget, sir!"
*Drops plastic piece out of airplane window*
Sounds like it might be a good time to buy a high-end TV
Just get the model below the one with all the "smart features" and hook it up to your Mythbox
Seems like you could get a really decent "dumb" TV for a reduced price to use as a monitor.
I believe that's just sad coincidence, it's missing a third factor.
It would be ironic if she were dropped off the ladder AND her family owned the ladder factory.
Irony be tricky.
Ha, your sig
I keep telling my GF I don't want to be a citizen of California (we live in Nevada)
"Similarly, M-Lab's data shows that the problem wasn't a lack of bandwidth on the part of the ISPs (i.e., no actual technical congestion), because those same ISPs had no problem connecting to a different transit provider, Internap. So the only logical culprit was the interconnection points. There was more than enough bandwidth to go around. There's just the single bottleneck of the interconnection border router (which, again, is trivially simple to get rid of by opening up more ports)."
"Our vision is to speed up time, eventually eliminating it." -- Alex Schure