Sorry for the rant...
ANGLE - Almost Native Graphics Layer Engine
Blink - Web rendering engine forked from WebKit
BoringSSL - Crypto and SSL stack derived from OpenSSL
Chrome DevTools - Set of web authoring and debugging tools
Chrome OS BIOS U-Boot replacement - Coreboot payload for booting the system super fast
Chrome OS BIOS Verified Boot
ChromeDriver - WebDriver for Chrome
Chromium Embedded Controller
Chromoting - Remotely control a distant machine
cld2 - Compact Language Detector 2
DOM Distiller - Reader mode on Chrome
GN - Meta-build system that generates NinjaBuild files
google-breakpad - Multi-platform crash reporting system
grit-i18n - Google Resource and Internationalization Tool
GYP - Generate Your Projects
hterm - Cross browser xterm compatible terminal emulator
Native Client - Sandbox for running compiled C and C++ code in the browser
open-vdiff - Open Source VCDIFF delta compression implementation
PDFium - PDF rendering engine
Platform2 - Group of system services that make up the Chromium OS platform
Sanitiser for OpenType - parse and serialize OpenType files
Servo - Debug board used for Chromium OS test and development
Skia - 2D graphic library for drawing text, geometries, and images
Swarming - Distribute tasks fast and efficiently in a heterogeneous fleet of bots
Syzygy - Windows binary transformation/optimization/instrumentation toolchain
Trace-Viewer - Frontend for chrome://tracing and Android systrace
Web Page Replay - Record live Web pages and use them for local performance testing
WebM - video/audio compression/decompression/container libraries
WebRTC - Web-based real-time communication
Apache Cordova - build native mobile apps using Web technologies
BlueZ - Official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack
Buildbot - Continuous Integration Framework
Clang - C/C++ language family compiler based on LLVM
Coreboot - fast and flexible Open Source firmware
Dart - Web programming language
Das U-Boot source code - the Universal Boot Loader
FFmpeg - multimedia library
ICU - International Components for Unicode
LLVM - Compiler infrastructure project
LevelDB - key-value storage library
Mesa 3D - OpenGL graphics library
modemmanager-next - Broadband modem support daemon
Ninja - Build system with a focus on speed
NSS - Mozilla's Networking and Cryptography library
Selenium - Tool for automated testing of webapps across many browsers
Google has filed a patent application with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) for a wrist-worn device that could destroy cancer cells in the blood. The patent application, which has the name "Nanoparticle Phoresis", describes a wearable device that "can automatically modify or destroy one or more targets in the blood that have an adverse health effect".
These targets could include enzymes, hormones, proteins, cells or other molecules that, when present in the blood, may affect a medical condition or the health of the person wearing the device. The device is able to modify or destroy the cells by transmitting energy into the blood vessels. The transmitted energy could be a radio frequency pulse, a time-varying magnetic field, an acoustic pulse, an infrared or visible light signal. This energy brings about a physical or chemical change in the targets, with the aim of reducing or eliminating adverse health effects.
Decouple from jobs, single payer -- plenty of goals to work on. But let's stop a moment and see where we have gotten in five years.
Anniversaries are a good time to pause, reflect, and take stock, and when it comes to health care reform, objective observers are going to find it easy on the ACA’s fifth anniversary to appreciate the law’s triumphs. But it’s also a good time to take a moment to acknowledge those who told Americans exactly what to expect from the Affordable Care Act – and who got the story backwards.
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