Intel's ARM licence is still valid
As far as I know. Should be easy enough to verify, right?
20 posts • joined 16 Apr 2007
Isn't the act of logging into someone else's facebook account without their permission criminal? Certainly the author intended to do so, no? Just because his motives were supposedly altruistic, and that he wasn't seeking any sort of monetary gain, should that alleviate him from prosecution? Certainly he knew it was illegal, something that may not have been known by the fellow who set up the cameras in the school case example.
I haven't found a building in the US that actually has a floor labeled "13"- they all skip it, deemed unlucky.
For some reason I really enjoy asking someone to "hit 13 for me" in one of these elevators, usually in a hotel or something where someone isn't familiar with the place.
It's starting to irk my wife a bit though.
If the females self-replicate, I assume they all have identical DNA, and come from a single ancestor (from a Darwinian perspective). If that's so, where do the males come from?
The extraterrestrial explination would, of course, be Intelligent Design, since Darwin was, in fact, terrestrial. Or a terrist?
"The problem here is that by reporting this (even in a non-sensationalist manner), it puts ideas in people's heads. Parents will sit and discuss stories like this which appear in papers that their (idiot) kids would never read but who are within earshot.. next thing you know they've gone out and bought a £3 pointer and are stood at the airport perimeter egging each other on. The first plane doesn't crash, so they try another and another until something bad happens. The best thing to do about this is not to talk about."
Ah, what kind of parenting advice is this? Don't talk to your kids about [sex|drugs|gun safety|laser pointers]. That will keep them from dabbling with the <pick your favorite>. Better yet, have a discussion with your young ones. It's your responsibility to raise them, teach them. Ignore them, and they'll have a higher likelihood of participating in this sort of behavio[u]r.
I've run a keyboard through the dishwasher as well. I didn't bother removing the keys, nor bagging the connector (it was PS/2). As long as it's completely dry before plugging it back in, it's just fine. There was some noticable loss in lubrication on the keys; the action wasn't as smooth as it had been originally.
I find that good keyboards are hard to find these days. The older IBM keyboards have just the right feel, but even the newer ones aren't quite right. I've seen/felt some that are great, but they all seem to have the huge Enter key (taking up space on two rows), making the \ in the wrong spot.
The statistics don't seem to add up. Either people always, sometimes, or never use condoms. Therefore, the sum of the percentages should add up to 100, right?
What am I missing?
Also missing is other statistical indicators around the 14.9- like what's the standard deviation?
A link to the original report would be nice too.
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