I don’t know about you but if I saw a giant black ball floating down the street, or sharing an elevator with me, and have it playing back the sounds of that environment I’d be more than a little freaked out.
Words are funny things where individual words can mean different things to different people but there is another bunch of people who should just take themselves off of the Internet and never speak again.
Well one can definitely say that Windows is no longer the exclusive playground of hackers and other malcontents with less than desirable intentions as we have seen with the supposedly impervious Macs being hit with malware.
With arguments that are reminiscent of the same one’s used by printer companies like HP coffee machine maker, and coffee pod supplier, Keurig has announced that the next generation of their coffee machines will come with some sort of DRM that is meant to lock out third party coffee pod suppliers.
As just about any individual blogger will tell you the success of their work depends entirely on them and their ability to market themselves. I know when it comes to myself there has been more than a few times that a very good friend of mine who is in the marketing business has had to kick me in the butt to do a better marketing job.
There has been a lot of talk recently around the InterWebs about the quality of video streaming that customers of both Comcast and Verizon are experiencing, or more like the lack of service.
When you talk bandwidth speed in the U.S. the talk will invariably move to Google and its 1GB fiber project that is slowly spreading to more cities. Just about everyone who talks about these mythical speed for the average person gets this dreamy look in their eyes and anticipatory drool will start forming around their lips.
It seems that the U.S. Navy is looking to a not too far distant point in their stealth drone program where these Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) drone aircraft could be flying protection detail for navy pilots.