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Feb 15th 2010 12:49PM Thank you for this poignant and, as usual, terrifically done work.
Nov 23rd 2009 12:42PM (There doesn't appear to be a runway incursion video linked in here)
Jul 24th 2009 2:44PM I heart photography.
Jul 18th 2009 10:27PM Hope springs eternal
Jun 16th 2009 6:57PM Government programs to rebuild parts of the infrastructure paying workers with physical assets the government already has.
May 27th 2009 1:28PM It makes total sense that they target Apple: Apple not only controls the distribution of the application which Cartier claims infringes on their trademark, but Apple also has the "approval" process when is a tacit endorsement by Apple of the content of the application.
Feb 14th 2009 9:00AM @falcon You need a short course in logic: "Jailbreaking absolutely IS unlocking. You can not unlock the phone without jailbreaking it, This is a absolute fact." fails logically.
- Unlocking is absolutely jailbreaking? True (you cannot unlock a phone that has not been jailbroken (ignoring the phones that are sold from Apple which are unlocked)).
- Jailbreaking is absolutely unlocking? False (you can jailbreak a phone without unlocking it).
(You are correct that one of the reasons that jailbreaking was developed was to get an ability to unlock the phone but it definitely was not the only reason as developers wanted a way to write their own apps for the phone.)
Feb 14th 2009 8:52AM The developed an audio compression algorithm, so they _Must_ know what they're doing when it comes to visual 3d projection and user interface design. Of course.
Feb 12th 2009 1:54AM 'We had no way of knowing, I mean it's not like these things are in regular continual orbits following well understood physics...'