from the ping-me-when-the-patient-is-asleep dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Medical Daily reports: 'Video conferences may be known for putting people to sleep, but never like this. Dr. Thomas Hemmerling and his team of McGill's Department of Anesthesia achieved a world first on August 30, 2010, when they treated patients undergoing thyroid gland surgery in Italy remotely from Montreal. The approach is part of new technological advancements, known as 'Teleanesthesia', and it involves a team of engineers, researchers and anesthesiologists who will ultimately apply the drugs intravenously which are then controlled remotely through an automated system.'"
This is why I don't like service bundles.
They ban you for a group/blog/whatever violation, and suddenly you lose access to your email, profile, etc. etc.
So I do use gmail, but I use a different account for google groups, and a different account for App Domain.
It's the only way to defend yourself from their free, unmonitored, unsupported, 100% auto-managed services.
The phone was rapidly bricked which means after he goofed, he did the right thing: he reported it to Apple.
I wanted to know the details of the $10,000 trade and the article was far too thin on that part of the story.