top Federal Government Removes 7 Americans From No-Fly List
... the government has until
January of this year to deal with remaining six in that group.
I guess they're a little late then
:) about a month and a half ago
top Run Netflix On OpenSUSE
Editors!?! We don't need no stinkin' editors!
top How an Astronaut Falling Into a Black Hole Would Die Part 2
would seem that verbs enter a black hole, temporarily escape, and are again swallowed by said black hole.
top Exxon Charged With Illegally Dumping Waste In Pennsylvania
"The inspectors discovered a plug removed from a tank, allowing the wastewater to run onto the ground, polluting a nearby stream."
... “There was no intentional, reckless or negligent misconduct by XTO.”'
Not intentional.... okay.
Not reckless nor negligent?! I think someone needs to check the meaning of those words in a non-lawyer dictionary.
top Ohio State Introduces Massive Open Online Calculus
Is are a free English and grammar course too?
top Why Are We Still Talking About LucasArts' Old Adventure Games?
Outlaws was a great game.
Unfortunately, It just so happened to come out very close to the time the Quake changed the face of the FPS genre, and many people missed out on it. about a year and a half ago
top Groupon Still Losing Money, CEO Is Fired And Leaks Final Email
Put out enough and you're bound to get some return.
she said! about a year and a half ago
top Another Java Exploit For Sale
You mean the redundancy issues?
top Google Brings the Dead Sea Scrolls To the Digital Age
"...at a quality never seen before.'"
With the exception of when I saw them at the Royal Ontario Museum.
At a quality never seen before *online* maybe
top Samsung Claims iPad Mini, iPad 4, New iPod Touch Also Infringe Patents
Samsung: 'Apple's looking at me!!!!'
Apple: 'Am not!' Samsung: 'Are too!' Apple: 'Am not!' Samsung: 'Are too!' Apple: 'Am not!' Samsung: 'Are too!' Apple: 'Am not!' Samsung: 'Are too!' ...
Previously from our last episode:
Apple: 'Samsung's looking at me!!!!'
Samsung: 'Am not!' Apple: 'Are too!' Samsung: 'Am not!' Apple: 'Are too!' Samsung: 'Am not!' Apple: 'Are too!' Samsung: 'Am not!' Apple: 'Are too!'
top Facebook Confirms Data Breach
I used to have a very common name. So common that according to the latest census there are 40,000 of me walking around the United States (first and last name). I have met myself (first,
middle and last) four times and the second time I met myself I was 19
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt? That's my name, too!
top The Case For Targeted Ads
... do what television advertisers do and display ads based on the typical demographic based on the subject matter?
top Converting RSS Feeds To a Dynamic 3D Scene In 120 Lines of Code
But 3D is the new 2D.
I'm just waiting for some advancements in augmented reality, so that I can see the world around me in 3D!
top Samsung Galaxy S3 Face Unlock Tricked By Photograph
Last I checked on my Samsung Galaxy SII (with ICS 4.0.3), the "Face Unlock" feature was aptly labeled as "Low Security, Experimental".
The only item marked as "High Security" is the password option.
I don't have an S3, but from what I've read the UI/OS version is pretty close at the moment (4.0.3 vs. 4.0.4). And I do believe, correct me if I'm wrong, that "Face Unlock" is still labeled the same.
top Backdoor Found In China-Made US Military Chip?
subversion can there be than to convince the enemy to hire you to build their weapon's systems components?
top Depressed People Surf the Web Differently
Wouldn't they drown then?
top Disney Research Can Turn Nearly Any Surface Into a Touch Screen
Sounds a little mickey mouse to me....
top UT Dallas Professor Captures the Mobile Interactions of 175 Texas Teens
I think the problem lies with the headline for the article:
"UT Dallas Professor Captures the Mobile Interactions of 175 Texas Teens"
Makes it sound like the Professor built some sort of tower and/or monitoring device and took the information against the will/knowledge of the Blackberry recipient.
A better (truthful?) headline would have read:
"UT Dallas Professor Studies the Mobile Interactions of 175 Texas Teens"