>>>Scalia is an asshole
That may be but he has consistently applied the laws as written. (Unlike that other justice: Sotomayor who ignores that law & makes random decisions based on her beliefs.) If you don't like the laws don't blame the judges who merely enforce them. Blame the Congress for producing bad law.
The judiciary doesn't enforce the law. The executive enforces the law. The judiciary interprets the law. In other words, the judiciary takes the law as written as well as an actual set of facts; then, based on belief, determines how the law applies to the set of facts. Thus, interprets. As justices, this is true of both Sotomayor and Scalia.
But it may be able to answer a lot of questions asked by, say, a phone support caller.
Or better yet, questions posed from a phone marketer. I would certainly consider purchasing a product that was able to engage a telemarketer for a non-trivial length of time without committing me to buy something from that telemarketer.
Maybe CmdrTaco will only reveal the IPs of those criticizing slashdot
We love CmdrTaco!
Don't even need to get that far...
Considering that the fastest space vehicles ever created took 3 months to travel a mere 8 light *minutes* (somewhere around one-16000th the speed of light), the assumption that we will ever reach even a significant fraction of the speed of light with a vehicle created anytime in the conceivable future is a bit of an overstretch to say the *least*.
No problem... A quick application of Moore's Law and we should be ready for launch in about 30 years.
it's not dead...
It's pinin' for the fjords.
does it run Linux?
More importantly, could you set up a sufficiently large Beowulf cluster of these things to light, say, 1/2 the earth at any given time?
Part of the magic of meatspace board games is losing the bits and pieces.
You can't do that on an iPad.
Well... you could; you just have to take a hammer to the iPad first.
The solution to a problem changes the nature of the problem. -- Peer