Anthony Watson, CEO of Bitreserve, has seen “a lot of activity around the Euro” on their financial platform this week. In addition to digital currency, people are looking at other fiat currencies, gold, oil and even investing in cell phone minutes through Bitreserve.
You also may need to overlook the old issue of copyright law before you download that Looney Tunes graphic.
The International Olympic Committee has released guidelines on how athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London may engage in social media, an effort clearly designed to avoid the sort of confusion that occurred nearly 18 months ago in Vancouver.
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Gilsdorf: Any memorable disagreements with fans about a fact or an opinion about one of the gems from the ’80s you resurrect?
To get to it, try the following link. If it doesn’t work, head for Sprint.com, then click “Sprint PCS Phones” and enter your ZIP. $199 with a two-year contractual deathgrip.
While the resurgence in TouchPad interest may be a promising sign for HP, the company’s flip-flopping decision process isn’t serving its public image.
Today we celebrate the birthday of Neil deGrasse Tyson! Let’s face it, there are a lot of smart people doing important things out there and Tyson is certainly one of them, but it takes a whole other kind of person to show passion for the education of the masses rather than sneer at the people intellectually below them. In a time and place where science remains continuously on trial, astrophysicist and Hayden Planetarium Director Dr. Tyson’s dedication as a science communicator makes him a person worthy of celebrating.
Walesa: Communism is a monopolistic system, economically and politically. The system suppresses individual initiative, and the 21st century is all about individualism and freedom. The development of technology supported these directions. When I was fighting communism, there was rapid development of satellite television and cell phones, and communism, to survive, would have to block all these information devices.
Did I get a word in edgewise during this interview? No. But it’s quite alright, as Boll touched on every topic that I’d hoped he would. The entire, unexpurgated, uncensored transcript of the phone call is below.
“Until this can be resolved, we’re going to continue having these knee-jerk reactions to threats of ‘cyberwar’ and no real positive action will result.”
In a Dec. 8 deposition for Kirsch’s lawsuit, Katz denied working with a former business partner until he was shown a signed contract, said he didn’t know who was working at Fax.com anymore, and didn’t know he was the CEO until reminded by his lawyer.
I”ll leave you with this priceless photo of GeekMom Jessamyn’s holiday cookie project. Who needs snowmen and tree shapes? She and her son opted for zombie cookies. Very clever indeed (and if you mess up the frosting, it just adds to the effect).
Donnelly has long criticized free-trade policies for killing American jobs. He accused Carrier, an air conditioner and furnace maker, and its parent company of exploiting $3-an-hour workers when it announced plans to wind down operations in Indiana and move to Mexico.
Customers who have a valid Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, commonly used by those enrolled in government-assistance programs like Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, can enroll in Amazon’s Prime service, which normally costs $10.99 a month or $99 per year, for $5.99 per month with an option to cancel at any time.
Even after looking at the website and re-reading the article that you posted (Few Takers for CD Settlement Cash, Jan. 7, 2002), I am still a little hesitant to complete this form. I would be very interested in knowing if other Wired readers have given their information to this site.
“Every applicant these days is looking at the company’s culture, and it’s hard to be different when everyone’s giving out free food,” says Bisciglia. “We wanted to find a new way to show the world that we are quirky and fun.” The company already gives out free food, and will buy you a bicycle when you get hired on, but Bisciglia decided to make the application process as fun as working at the company.
The Paris-based group said the latest detainee, Son Hong Pham, is a doctor and sales rep for a pharmaceutical company. Pham was arrested after he translated an article titled “What is Democracy?” and posted it online late last month. The document had originally appeared on the American Embassy’s website in Hanoi.
Visse said that there was nothing special about this 10 percent: The messaging failure wasn’t affecting one geographical area more than another, for instance. “To the customer, it will look random,” he said.
The phone is the center of the Samsung universe, so we can expect a successor to last year’s Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note 9 (or, who knows, maybe we’ll call it the Note X) probably won’t be a major departure from last year’s phone, but we’re looking for improvements to the camera, battery, and pen support. After a leak on Samsung’s own website, we also know that Samsung plans to introduce a new smartwatch, called the Galaxy Watch.
The guidelines’ author, Major Ray Ceralde, cited the Pentagon’s take-out pizza orders as an example of potentially damaging information that a blog might leak. Days later, the Army issued a “fact sheet” which seemed to back away from the rules – without officially retracting them.
“It’s very simple you pay $50 a year for annual membership and you save hundreds of dollars,” Lore said.