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Today's Lighter TVs Mean Much Less E-Waste

TheChromaticOrb Metric vs Imperial (197 comments)

So, what's the metric equivalent of a cell phone?

more than 3 years ago

US Citizen Visiting Thailand Arrested For Blog Posting

TheChromaticOrb Re:Screw anyone who dismissed privacy. (456 comments)

No, this is why human rights and freedom of speech are important. If you want privacy, don't make public statements (like posting on a blog).

more than 3 years ago

Robots Retrieve Your Books At U. Chicago's $81 Million Library

TheChromaticOrb Re:Why? (202 comments)

Kindle and other e-readers on the market today do not feel like a book. It does provide similar and enhanced functionality but it's just not the same experience.

more than 3 years ago

Robots Retrieve Your Books At U. Chicago's $81 Million Library

TheChromaticOrb Why? (202 comments)

We're a few years away from having e-paper that feels like a book and can hold as many as you need for a couple of weeks. Why does this library need to store more physical copies of printed books? When all is set and done they'll be left with maintaining a useless robot...

more than 3 years ago

Subpoena Sought For Browsed News Articles

TheChromaticOrb Exactly! (172 comments)

After all things added, it should all fit on a single truck.

... or was it a series of tubes?

more than 6 years ago


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