Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch Worries Researchers
This is what happens when people forget that our little planet is like a big house. When you "dump" your garbage, it's just getting moved from one room to another, unless you recycle it.
A History of Early Text Adventure Games
I always get the egg from the nest up in the tree outside the house first.
Pirate Bay Trial Ends In Jail Sentences
My own view is that as a society we should be encouraging people "to work", rather than "have worked", copyright protections encourages people to stop working and live of their past actions. Look at some of the old rock bands going around, they make money of "Performance" (the present) rather than "recordings" (the past)
You have it backwards. People work to get paid. If you know you'll never ever get any compensation for your hard work, you'll not do "it" whatever it is. This is basic human behavior.
I grew up in a communist society where the person working diligently in a factory gets paid the exact same amount as the person who smokes and reads papers all day. Guess how much work everyone eventually strived toward?
If I know that after spending a year making some cool app that I will never receive a penny of compensation for it, I won't do it out of practicality. Even if I may be motivated by "good of humanity" arguments or just fame and recognition among my peers, I still have to bring food to the table, so to speak.
Steve Jobs Issues Update On His Health
Or is it a new euphemism for cancer now?
You know, such as when some bigshot gets fired, the press release usually says so and so resigned to "spend more time with family."
Data Recovered From DVD Leads To Conviction, 24-Year Sentence
"Our analysis showed there to be damage to the lead-in section of the data," Keith Gnagey, vice president of professional services for i365, said in an e-mail statement about the recovery effort. That meant any attempt "with normal playing software would not be able to get past the beginning of the data."
That's like the directory tree being messed up but the data being intact.
I can't believe the other "two local data recovery firms" got stumped by this simple problem.