The companies said they made the decision after deciding that WikiLeaks’ publication of secret U.S. diplomatic cables provided to it by a whistleblower violated their terms of service, though the site has not been charged with a crime.
Of course, no one knows for sure if there will be any tomorrow for the 41 “patients” who are spending part of eternity in Cryonics Institute storage units and the 59 at Alcor. If anyone has even been revived from frozen slumber, they’re not talking.
“[It’s] a big wake up call for us. You gotta patch vulnerabilities, you need cyber defense technologies … a few people who did patch their systems and have the latest versions of technologies were not affected,” Clark said.
Even woefully underpaid automotive bloggers can afford a $1,000 mid-’80s Nissan 300ZX in less-than-stellar condition – which we’re seriously considering. After all, a bonus of not paying $10k for a cherry example of a classic car is that you can drive it like you’re a teenager.
Although Google did not specify details on the phone or its plans to sell it, numerous sources have fleshed out the picture. The handset is designed by Google, made by hardware partner HTC, is running Android 2.1, and is called the Nexus One, according to multiple sources including the Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Daring Fireball, and leaked photos. The phone will be sold online by Google itself, the AllThingsD reports.
Of course even if the deal is accepted and Microsoft lays down a cool $44.6 billion to acquire Yahoo, it would likely be some time before Flickr users see any changes. As it stands most are just waiting to see what happens. As Xenolon says, “it’s not that I’m worried that the sky is falling or anything like that, I just don’t like the idea. Period.”
For more about the Contour line of cameras, visit the Contour website.
Source: Instituto Colombiano de Geología y Minería (INGEOMINAS) http://www.ingeominas.gov.co//
Open, audience-controlled access to museum collections is new. While MOAC is free to the public, access to many large museum websites has typically been limited and subscription based.
The RIAA doesn’t quite say MP3s ripped from one’s own music collection are illegal, but instead refers to them as “unauthorized copies.”
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*Star Command *is from War Balloon Games, and the team of developers list X-Com as its major influence. It’s no secret that X-Com holds a Top 10 slot in my heart when it comes to games, so I took a visit to the team’s Kickstarter page to read more and watch the intro video. It took all of about 5 seconds after the video finished for me to kick in my own funds to help this team bring this game to life (and get some Backer bonus game items to boot).
Apple had $215 billion in cash and other liquid investments outside the U.S. in June, up from $187 billion last September. The company says it would pay a 33% tax rate on part of that income if it repatriated the money, suggesting it paid a single-digit rate abroad. Mr. Cook told The Washington Post recently that the company won’t bring the money back “until there’s a fair rate.”
Women who use the injected contraceptive Depo-Provera have a higher rate of sexually transmitted diseases, U.S. researchers reported.
Khosla Ventures is the largest equity holder, with 15.5 percent of common stock, 73.2 percent of series 1 preferred stock, and 72.9 percent of junior preferred stock. CEO Debra Chrapaty, formerly the CIO of Zynga, is still listed as CEO on the bankruptcy forms.
In honor of the enterprise’s half-decade, they have released this highlight reel of some of RiffTrax’s best moments, mocking everything from Titanic to Highlander. But with dozens upon dozens of films wittily eviscerated, the folks behind RiffTrax have produced so many great one-liners that a true highlight reel could stretch on into a full two-hour film. (In fact, there’s easily a half-hour zinger-filled clip special in just the riffs done during the first Twilight movie, but that’s neither here nor there.)
Somsak said the “honest mistake” occurred in the implementation of the various components of the PDA.
1Update: 11/05/18 8:47 am ET. This story has been updated to include two additional gubernatorial races MoveOn shared with WIRED after publication.
The media’s lightweight treatment of professional psychics is a deadly serious matter to Randi. “People like Sylvia Browne have a very high profile, and she’s always going to be on Montel Williams and she’s going to be on Larry King,” he says. “And they know what’s going on, they’re smart people. They know what’s going on and they don’t care.”
Speaking of DownThemAll, Lunascape sadly does not support Firefox add-ons even though the website advertises that it does. (If there’s some way to lash Firefox add-ons onto this, please let me know in the comments!)
“The attack itself stopped once the forums went offline, but our host won’t let the forums back online until we can solve our problem,” McKiernan said.
“(Online trading) is a pain in the butt,” said deadhead Mike Hassler, who maintains Deadtrade.com, a site for trading soundboard CD-Rs. “The quality isn’t as good, it takes forever and you’re always losing the connection.”
How did the official Streamy webcast go so wrong? The Streamy website, in a myth-busting post “about what went wrong and how to ensure that those mistakes are never repeated,” said “the streakers, nudity and other impromptu interruptions of the show were neither planned, nor scripted, nor approved. We are working to identity those responsible and to hold them accountable for their actions.” The organization also vows that the Streamy Awards will return in 2011.
Not without Justin’s father, however. Greg Rigling drove them across the country in a van, with the 10-foot satellite dish strapped to a trailer. Then he spent two days driving around Nevada’s mountains helping them get a signal.
When you consider the nagging privacy risks of online advertising, you may find comfort in the thought of a vast, abstract company like Pepsi or Nike viewing you as just one data point among millions. What, after all, do you have to hide from Pepsi? And why should that corporate megalith care about your secrets out of countless potential Pepsi drinkers? But an upcoming study has dissipated that delusion. It shows that ad-targeting can not only track you at the personal, individual level but also that it doesn’t take a corporation’s resources to seize upon that surveillance tool—just time, determination, and about a thousand dollars.
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Below: This one shows traffic into and out of Atlanta. Keep in mind that Delta operates the world’s largest hub here.
The project is expected to last years and cost tens of millions of dollars — a bill that Google is footing. It’s something Google can easily afford, given the nearly 8-year-old company has already amassed nearly $10 billion in cash.
The new player software, available as a download from Microsoft’s website, includes a section called Services that will offer users access to a number of subscription media sites, including music service pressplay and movies-on-demand service Intertainer.