Is that a good thing? Well, maybe for the average user, for a period of time. But when you block ads on the web, you prevent content providers from earning any revenue from them. If we all did that, our favorite sites would have to find other sources of revenue, or stop supplying content altogether.
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I don't want to speculate about the motivations for this review to be on slashdot but this seems to be a recurring theme: to inflame the audience with polarizing subjects and what more polarizing now than "who is more to blame for the Iraq mishaps: 43rd or 44th?".
But between this and the monstrosity that attempt to change the target audience that Beta was the most visible aspect we (the loyalty audience) will sure be needing a new home very soon.
However, these electronics will continue to operate normally until at least September, when the deactivations should actually begin. Until then, the system will only mount a database with information on the equipment in use in Brazil.
This is a new low, blatant lies in the summary only for cheap country based hate and some pageviews. Good job!
Lab test results on hapless mice have resulted in the destruction of colon tumors without making the mice sick. The PPAR-gamma compound is expected to be especially useful in combating treatment-resistant types of cancer.""I made a calculation error and used a lot more than I should have. And my cells died," Schaefer said. A colleague overheard her complaining. "The co-author on my paper said,' Did I hear you say you killed some cancer?' I said 'Oh', and took a closer look." They ran several tests and found the compound killed "pretty much every epithelial tumor cell lines we have seen."
Outspoken DPP takes on Blair and Reid over fear-driven legal response to threat
Clare Dyer, legal editor
Wednesday January 24, 2007
We warn the reader in advance that the proof presented here depends on a clever but highly unmotivated trick. -- Howard Anton, "Elementary Linear Algebra"