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Please please please do a let's play of Child of Light.
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I have mixed emotions about these "condolence payments" - they aren't a bad thing, but they hardly seem like enough?
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Another step closer to our robot overlords. Can't you hear Arnold "give me your clothes..."
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If the government wants information on Americans, that it can't legally gather, they'll just buy it from the Chinese.
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You can't fight city hall - but this guy flicked them the most amazing bird!
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My son would like to respectfully request that you get the next video in this series out soon!
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My Hotmail t-shirt - source:... heck if I can remember.
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As MEMS devices common in smartphones (accelerometers, position/angle/gyro detection), it seems reasonable that we could start building large arrays of identical devices, and measure very small differences in output and timing across the array. Would that be useful? Would it produce any additional accuracy or other information that a single MEMS structure would not give us? Or would any extra info just be useless noise?
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so via smartphone multi sense (accelerometers, position/angle/gyro detection) networked communities may have a great positive impact to e.g. forecast trafic chaos (and offer individual solutions to get out of rush hour stress: intelligent trafic) ?
Maybe combined with smart car solutions (e.g. FIAT et all) reduce fuel consumption and by this CO2 footprint and polution?
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You know, whenever I hear that some new supercomputer is going to be used to "run simulations over our nation's nuclear arsenal", I just assume that is code for "NSA internet code-breaking."
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    Software Development, 2011 - present
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    Software Development, 1996 - 2011
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