Woman's Voice Restored After Larynx Transplant
Considering that he lacks a jaw, I would say no.
Kodak's 1975 Digital Camera
One of my high school teachers, a fairly forward-minded guy, had one of those Apple cameras. It was AWFUL. The photos were extremely washed out, and the color gamut was all messed up. Anyone unfortunate to be in the frame would up looking like a vampire, with washed out skin tones and red eyes.
Technology Changes To Kill Netbooks?
This is just wishful thinking on the part of the manufacturers. "Consumers want power! They want specialization!" No, that's almost exactly the opposite of what consumers want, which is low cost and flexibility. Rather, uber-powerful, single purpose devices are the manufacturer's wet dream. They've been pushing that idea since the '90s, and if anything, the opposite has happened. Phones and gaming consoles are now more like general-purpose PCs than ever.
If netbooks die, it won't be due to "technology changes," it'll be due to Microsoft and Intel doing everything in their power to kill them off, despite high consumer demand. This is a short-sighted, greedy move on their part, and if they don't offer what consumers want, then someone else will move in that will. This is why I think Chrome OS, despite its simplicity, will be huge. If nothing else, it'll light a fire under Microsoft's and Intel's feet.
Did Chicago Lose Olympic Bid Due To US Passport Control?
Or even easier: Fly to Mexico and jump the border. I find it interesting that legitimate visitors have such a hard time getting into the country when our southern border is Swiss cheese.
Solving Obama's BlackBerry Dilemma
The money would be well worth it. We're in the Information Age, and presidents can't be cut off from the world forever. Someone has to keep them connected, and it might as well be RIM. That equals a fat government contract for many years to come.
Personality Testing For Employment
Well, what about people who do have that sort of personality? What are they supposed to do, starve?
What's the point of education and experience if it all comes down to your natural personality and who you know?
Maybe we should give out the personality tests before we let people into education. "Sorry, we know you want to be an Engineer, and you could be great at it, but you're just not bubbly enough. You'll have to settle for after hours janitor."
There's a boss fight in Phantom Hourglass that takes place in second person view.
Awkward, but fun.