EJamming is showing off the technology at this week’s Demo 07 conference in Palm Desert, California. When eJamming Audiio debuts, the company will also launch a community website where musicians can meet up and schedule online jam sessions.
The third person was Nima Golestaneh, who was pardoned by Obama as part of a prisoner swap with Iran.
Obviously, people are discussing this Evan hunt on more secure channels beside facebook and twitter. I was involved in one in particular where the 2323Borders clue was discovered. I took the initiative and drove from San Diego to Vegas through the night and then spent the day hanging around Borders. I understand that it was my own decision, and I am not upset about going. I am upset that someone tipped off Evan with an email. It means that there is a good chance that there was a mole. I would have been fine if Evan just did not show up, but it is worse that I was ratted out. — DT
Hall is a distant cousin of Rusty’s on one side. On the other, Hall claims to be a descendent of “Devil Anse” Hatfield — as in those Hatfields, the ones from the bloody Hatfield-McCoy feud, with the sites where they shot at each other or were buried dotting the surrounding hollers. More than a century later, Hall looks and acts like a calm, khaki-wearing suburban dad, who is seriously stoked when @SiriouslySusan follows BitSource on Twitter. He grew up near Pikeville, but left for a software career in Lexington, where he found himself ironing out the more ornate twists in his Appalachian lilt; it brings stigma even in the central part of the state, not to mention West Coast conferences. “I’m trying to sound smart and sell tech,” he says.
Marconi refused to specify where it would eliminate the jobs, other than to say about 1,500 cuts would be in Britain. It employs 55,000 people, about 20,000 of them in Britain.
“Knowing I’d get endless grief about it, I stuck a white Apple decal on the front of it to lessen the snide comments,” he explained.
Days after being named among the Top 25 Women on the Web, Mari Matsunaga, designer of the i-mode phone, is still nowhere to be found.
The first game from this new agreement, Sally’s Salon, is due for release on July 25th, and will appear both on RealNetwork’s casual game site and Lifetime’s site.
But critics worry that by removing the reference to review and disposition, FCC staff will no longer have the authority to review and act on informal complaints.
A Shanghai police spokeswoman said she had no information on the case and suggested it was being handled by a district bureau. However, no such case had been registered in Shanghai’s Huangpu district, where the site has its offices.
2. The latest iPad comes with the Dictation feature. It’s not Siri, but a child who can form sentences and pose questions can easily submit his or her queries to Google with two taps of the Dictation button – one to start the recording and one to end it. I’ve seen first-hand how a 5 year old child takes to the Dictation feature to find what he wants to watch (in this case, Thomas the Train videos and songs). It’s a powerful feature that begs to be pushed further.
When I first saw the Hobbit trailer, I was pretty excited. My inner fan-boy erupted with a huge roar of approval. So much of it is right: the dwarves, Martin Freeman as Bilbo, comedy, a cool battle with the trolls, the foreshadowing of the ring, and almost all the rest looks wonderful. Then there is the song, which just nailed it for me. Wonderful, except …
Obermayer’s “John Doe” revealed the motive for his leak in a lengthy statement published last month, stating that the secret offshore accounts weren’t just being used to evade taxes but to commit other more serious crimes.
This fascinating *Popular Mechanics *article dives deep into the illicit wood trade, which can be as profitable as heroin, and “contributes to the annual destruction of more than 32 million wooded acres — an area nearly the size of New York state.”
Entrants are invited to submit the most unlikely, yet still plausible, terrorist attack scenarios they can come up with. Your goal: Cause terror. Make the American people notice. Inflict lasting damage on the U.S. economy. Change the political landscape, or the culture. The more grandiose the goal, the better. Assume an attacker profile on the order of 9/11: 20 to 30 unskilled people, and about $500,000 with which to buy skills, equipment, etc.
President Trump doubles-down on his stern warning to North Korea and Hollywood liberals take to Twitter to slam the president. Singer and songwriter Joy Villa, who made headlines on the red carpet of this year’s Grammy Awards where she wore a dress with Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan on it, defended the president’s handling of North Korea telling the FOX Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria, “I think that it’s very much in his characteristic to be very strong and back up America. And truly, if North Korea is a big threat, which it does sound like it is a threat, he needs to say, ‘no, knock it off, that’s not going to happen, you’re not going to bully us, we’re America. And if you do try to attack us we’re going to attack you first so stop.’”
The transmission station is normally a vast, buzzing jungle of electrical equipment stretching over 20 acres, the size of more than a dozen football fields. But as Zaychenko came out of the building into the freezing night air, the atmosphere was eerier than ever before: The three tank-sized transformers arrayed alongside the building, responsible for about a fifth of the capital’s electrical capacity, had gone entirely silent. Until then Zaychenko had been mechanically ticking through an emergency mental checklist. As he ran past the paralyzed machines, the thought entered his mind for the first time: The hackers had struck again.