Your Next Online Order Could Be Delivered To Your Car's Trunk
Just think, this allows an additional way to access your car without you needing to be there. That couldn't possibly be abused by paranoid/corrupt/curious law enforcement/neighbors/competitors.
High Court Rules Detention of David Miranda Was Lawful
Uncle-grandpa seems more fitting in this case.
FLOSS Codecs Emerge Victorious In Wikimedia Vote
So you're still installing RealPlayer and VivoActive players on all of your machines because they were once the de facto encoding formats? Oh that's right, some people remember the late 90s and the debacle of having to transcode over and over again every time there's a new "best" video or audio format.
'The Color Run' Violates Agreement With College Photographer, Then Sues Him
The Problem With How We Think Of Surveillance
You give them your data the same way you give the road your tires. There's some strange expectation that the rest of your vehicle isn't being consumed / sold / exploited when you do so.
Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
The problem with your math is that 99% of users aren't active contributors when the site works properly. A great deal of them are suddenly up in arms when it's actively broken. People are posting angrily instead of constructively due to the mangling of the site. And it's many of the typical lurkers, AKA the viewership. If people could moderate the beta as -1 off-topic, troll, or flamebait they would all be correct.
Why We Think There's a Multiverse, Not Just Our Universe
Or the one about the guy talking to Himself and things started existing.
Daily Pot Use Tied To Age of First Psychotic Episode
Which is strange since Ohio is a French interpretation of an Iroquois word, and not Spanish.
Utilities Fight Back Against Solar Energy
He's pointed out that there's more energy produced during the artificially expensive peak hours. Supply and demand doesn't bear out their pricing energy higher during the day. If it did, the going rate during the day compared the decreased value at night suggests the 5 stored during the day should net him roughly double what it costs to use it at night. The utility isn't doing him any favors holding onto valuable energy during the day in lieu of him using having his own storage, just based on their own pricing.
Scientists Extract RSA Key From GnuPG Using Sound of CPU
So just play John Cage's 4'33" on repeat, and sue them for pirating music.
Movie Review: Ender's Game
This is the first time I've heard the Book of Mormon referred to as a short story.
Ars Test Drives the "Netflix For Books"
It's like a library, but we charge money for it.
The Cognitive Cost of Poverty
It's not the plural, but it is the antiderivative.
Xerox Confirms To David Kriesel Number Mangling Occuring On Factory Settings
Soylent Green is people too!
Open Source Drug Discovery Prompts a Fundamental Heart Failure Breakthrough
The traditional way is append the word "herbal" onto anything to avoid having to disclose the contents.
Massachusetts Enacts 6.25% Sales Tax On "Prewritten" Software Consulting
1. Declare laws to be software
2. Problem reduces to an existing one
Biologists Program E. Coli To Patrol For Pathogens
I take it you've experienced Taco Bell firsthand.
Apple Files Trademark For "iWatch" In Japan
1946 called, on their technology.
U.S. Army Block Access To The Guardian's Website Over NSA Leaks
How else do you have thought-crime if you don't allow the maintained "classified" nature of information that's public?