Maybe he isn't into texting and other shit, and in an alternate universe without Pokemon Go he would be paying attention to the road while driving?
If we're going into alternate universes, then I like this one the best: someone else struck the pedestrian, and he was playing an ambulance game where you drive to injured people and give them medical attention. In that universe, playing the game while driving caused him to save a life!
Or they could be smart and lock out users when they're moving so fast they're obviously not on foot.
If I proposed an idea that's wrong more than half the time, the last thing I'd expect anyone to call me, is "smart." That simply isn't the right word for this idea.
Fast movement doesn't imply driving. I'll grant that if you can determine the vehicle is a bicycle or motorcycle, chances are over 50% that the driver is playing. (Motorcycle passengers are unlikely to have free hands.) But if it's basically any other type of vehicle (or if no vehicle is involved at all), you're throwing babies out more often than you're throwing out bathwater! Why would you use a word like "smart" for this?!?
But most helium is produced as a by-product of natural gas production, no? So you've got to either store it, use it, or vent it.
Sure, but being skeptical is what makes this fun.
Is it for real? Or is this another Cold Fusion announcement? It's time for a good old fashioned scientific rugby scrum.
Government procurement contracts pretty much preclude the government obtaining goods and services on the open market. Instead it must rely to a large degree on contractors and vendors who have the capability of handling all the special paperwork and requirements.
So if you're on a procurement committee you don't have much choice. Once you discard the vendors who (a) can't absorb the amount of money to be spent on schedule and (b) jump through the statutory federal contractor hoops, what you're left with is a rogues gallery of usual suspects.
In our day, there were Fine Manuals to read...
One of the problems we face today, is that some people are, believe it or not, still using Facebook. I think this will help.
> Probably not a data-entry problem. More like a file conversion problem (importing text/CSV to the spreadsheet application).
Especially via cut & paste.
> LaTex and/or TeX take time to learn.
I'm afraid that they're also quite useless for cut & paste transfer of data among documents. Their GUI tools are also _extremely_ limited.
Not if you give the whitespace back.
Oh, the wonderful conclusions the false dichotomy fallacy can take you. You can't trust the AP, therefore you CAN trust Wikileaks.
There's a word for having no inclination to respect the rights of others. It's called sociopathy. Psychologists coined that term because they needed something that sounds more scientific than "evil".
The established fact is Hillary supporters will say or do anything to get her elected.
Mr Wozniak said he would probably use the adaptor to connect his existing earphones to his next iPhone, and said that, like many other users he is attached to the accessories that he uses alongside the phone.
Anyone else spot the problem here? "His next iPhone." The guy has already made up his mind, independent of whether it's good or bad. This is the economic equivalent of someone who votes party line.
He doesn't give a single fuck, so there is no reason Apple (or anyone else) should listen to him. He has announced his irrelevancy. I'm not projecting that onto him; he's saying it!
All the funnier that he's "attached" to his nonstandard accessories. The guy is a classic lock-in victim, except with the bonus that's he's already sworn to never do anything about it.