I don't even know what they do. Do they search... the web?
In short: yes.
I agree that trackballs are the way to go, but I have to put in a plug for the Microsoft Trackball Explorer. It's far more comfortable (for me, anyway) to use my index or middle finger on the ball, and the five buttons are all quite easy to reach.
If only they still made them...
"According to the Wall Street Journal under the agreement, which is expected to be signed today, DirecTV will market a bundled package of Current's broadband and VOIP services under the DirecTV brand.... According to the report, DirecTV has yet to determine pricing, but says TV, Internet and phone services packages will be competitive with those offered by phone companies.
The files were later replaced with scanned images."Many of the details in the documents, which FTC lawyers filed electronically, were not meant to be released publicly, but words intended to be redacted were actually just electronically shaded black. The words could be searched, copied, pasted and read in versions downloaded from court computer servers.
"Today's robots are very primitive, capable of understanding only a few simple instructions such as 'go left', 'go right', and 'build car'." --John Sladek