In the first 12 hours of it being on Kickstarter, it passed the halfway mark, pretty much guaranteeing its funding. What would you make with one of these if you had one, and how do you think this is going to change the Amateur Radio landscape?
By the way, I don't know exactly who you are. But you're my friend, and Slashdot emails me every time you post something here. So, hi.
That's good, you had me worried.
Didn't you mean to say, "more surveillance for the same amount of money"?
Isn't it a bit late to be posting the list of celebrations?
Coral doesn't have the static content for most of the pages, but I'm working on that.
You broke it in the process, you wrote CD0 where the 0 is the number 0 and not the letter O. Look closer.
Not that close, creep.
There's your readable version. Seriously, why don't the editors or even the submitters do this?
See, but Amtrak won't make a profit until they can run on time, and get to their destination in a reasonable amount of time. This requires high-speed tracks, and separate passenger/rail trackway.
Besides - public transit doesn't exist in order to make a profit. Government isn't about making money. It's about the boring stuff - sewers and roads and social services - that everyone needs but aren't any fun to do.
Other studies of library filtering logs, including my own I conducted in 2000 for Dangerous Access 2000 found similar results. I've added Bennett's study to my table of filtering effectiveness tests A copy of Haseton's report is here. My Bradburn case page is here."
"In the face of entropy and nothingness, you kind of have to pretend it's not there if you want to keep writing good code." -- Karl Lehenbauer