“The bone loss which we know occurs during space flight occurs very rapidly,” Doty said. “This is a good chance to study that loss as it relates to osteoporosis. The rapid change gives us a better chance to see what has gone wrong.”
The “secret art,” available heretofore only at selected galleries and in the aptly titled 1995 book The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss, looks a lot like his book illustrations, but is, in a word, tweaked.
They’d win, Kim promised. Then they’d get their lawyers to recoup every penny taken from them, every penny of lost revenue, and even more for pain and suffering. He told Ortmann, “I’m going to name my boat Paid For by the FBI.”
“We have an unfortunate cycle where law enforcement gets funding based on crimes reported, but people aren’t reporting crimes because they don’t think the police have the resources,” said ESET’s Cobb. If no one reports, the police will never have the evidence to equip themselves with the resources to address these cybercrime issues.”
Michael W. McCormick, executive director and COO of the Global Business Travel Association, said Wednesday that airports will have to deploy enhanced explosive trace detention technology within 21 days and within six months add additional screening, detection dogs and other enhanced security measures.
Business software maker Oracle slumped 7.7 percent after issuing a disappointing forecast for its cloud computing business.
So take, for instance, the document that Rumsfeld’s promoting on his website. It’s a Sept. 9, 2002 summary from the Joint Chiefs’ top intelligence official confessing that U.S. assessments of Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction “rely heavily on analytic assumptions and judgment rather than hard evidence.” Rumsfeld told the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to “take a look” at the memo, because “what we don’t know about WMD … is big.”
Amazon has been gaining ground with a 24 percent share, up from 16 percent last year. Apple’s share stands at 15 percent, which also trails Google’s Chromecast streaming device at 18 percent.
Any government agency or advocacy group can use Madison to gather public feedback on legislation. It’s slated to be used in Baltimore and San Francisco, where everything from building codes to LSD laws will be open to public comment. Meanwhile, CrunchGov, a tech politics site run by the blog TechCrunch, and a lobbying firm called the Internet Association use Madison to gather policy ideas from the public.1
Adam Kent: Mount Hood is actually less mafic than many Cascade volcanoes (as it lacks a lot of basaltic output), but you are correct in one way in that Hood also lacks the evolved magmas (rhyolites) that are known from some Cascade centers (Crater Lake, Three Sisters). I am not sure what the role of the CRBG (Columbia River Basalts) has in all of this. There is no magma of the CRB type left now, (most CRB are ~15 or so million years old). However the thick sequences of the CRBG in this area could certainly influence the properties of the crust in the region, which in turn influences the ability of various magma types to move. So there could definitely be some effect.
“The site was blackholed ‘upstream’ from us,” Yeatts said. “VirtualSprockets laid out the terms of continued hosting to the Jones campaign, and they have honored the letter, but certainly not the spirit, of those terms. These problems have given VS the appearance of impropriety, despite our having nothing to do with the spam attacks, and even though we have made every effort possible to get the campaign to understand the magnitude of its mistake.”
“Sam Zell may be a loon with Tourette’s syndrome,” Weymouth jokes, “but he’s not crazy. To some degree, it is puppies and Iraq.”
“I felt sick and horrified and humiliated. I even threw up,” said Scanlon, a PhD student at the British University of Leicester who denies the exchange ever happened. She challenged Cheetah, whose real name is Charles Marlowe, to provide proof that they’d Skyped.
When Apple announced in June that it had chosen Intel to supply its next generation of microprocessors, the news sent shock waves through the computing industry.
The isoHunt litigation began in a Los Angeles federal court in 2006. In March of this year, a three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that, unlike the search engine Google, Fung does not deserve protection under U.S. copyright laws for hosting links to pirated content. That’s because Fung’s business model, the court said, was designed for the primary purpose of copyright infringement, with the majority of links on his search engines pointing to unauthorized, copyright-protected content. It was the first time a U.S. federal appeals court has ruled against a BitTorrent search engine.
Avila said he never intended to make money from the site, or to exploit FedEx in any way. He said he simply wanted to spread the word that “it’s OK to be ghetto.”
Early Monday morning, Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) troops took over the offices of Palnet, the leading Palestinian Internet service provider, shutting down the firm’s operations. The move – part of Israel’s 3-week-old “Operation Determined Path,” which has kept seven of the eight major Palestinian cities under strict curfew – reduced Internet access to a trickle in the West Bank and Gaza.
Hackers and curious computer users this week have been downloading the tweaked Mac OS X for PCs, nicknamed “OSx86,” from the BitTorrent file-distribution system.
One such blog is Everyotherthursday.com. The focus of this blog is family and fatherly values, but promoting their blog has been more complex than just a quiet father-son talk in the garage. Full disclosure, I’m one of the founders of that blog. Therefore, by linking it here I’m proving a point about viral social media. From fellow EOT founder David Binkowski, Senior Vice President, Word of Mouth Marketing at Manning, Selvage & Lee:
Jane Austen’s novels are full of very subtle action that isn’t always accompanied by dialogue. Internal monologues, a stolen glance, or just two hands silently brushing against one another can mean everything. This kind of plot progression is very common in these books, and is perfect for panel after panel of flirty looks, agonized pining, and sitting room scenes. A good artist can convey these emotions and events without any words.
After 11 years of controversy, the .XXX domain name went on general sale last week. Meant to give pornographic sites a specific home on the internet, it was finally approved earlier this year.
Shred It. Cross-shred documents that contain personal information before discarding them, and do not leave such documents lying around where maintenance workers and visitors can see them.