Some of the stereotypes of Germans are bizarre (or just plain ignorant), but this is an interesting and readable look at Germany, its banks, and how their differences to America and the rest of Europe (have) affect(ed) the current situation.
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1) this kid is AWESOME. give it a couple of years and he'll changing the world
2) the article overhyped. His results weren't accurate because the control (a model house) had half the number of (useful) panels and because he didn't measure watt-hour output, he measured voltage only (like measuring speed to your destination without knowing the route you took).
Summary: one obscure application of solar panels would work better with a solar tree than fixed flat panels, but we already know about an even better arrangement than a tree. In this situation, a tree might well make an interesting architectural feature.
Well, the point is that the Government can't even recognise THAT an ISP is doing it, because they can't recognise the encrypted headers to distinguish the circumventing HTTPS connections from the regular ones. (Versus e.g. TOR, where they know something's going on, but don't know what.)
Really? I can (and do) filter my Facebook posts based on groups I've set up. Google+'s permission system is more central to the experience, and all the options are in one place (e.g. letting "friends of friends" see the posts), but there doesn't strike as being THAT much more granularity.