And it is going to cost them.
For years Cryogenics has been a privledge available only to the wealthy. But now Cryo-Pet brings this miracle of science home to you! For the first time in history you will be able to save your favourite four legged companion for all of time.
The recipe for Roast Wild Boar looks especially delectable.
Someone isn’t happy with Jimmy Fallon and the new movie Fever Pitch. I am soooo signing this.
(via Universal Hub)
I am so sick of the “What about the children?” morons. Parents are supposed to do the parenting not the government. That’s why they are called PARENTS!!
The controversial legislation will create an official list of Web sites with publicly available material deemed “harmful to minors.” Internet providers in Utah must provide their customers with a way to disable access to sites on the list or face felony charges.
Technology companies had urged Republican Gov. Jon Huntsman not to sign the bill (click for PDF), saying it was constitutionally suspect and worded so vaguely its full impact is still unclear.
The measure, SB 260, says: “Upon request by a consumer, a service provider may not transmit material from a content provider site listed on the adult content registry.” A service provider is defined as any person or company who “provides an Internet access service to a consumer,” which could include everything from cable companies to universities, coffeeshops, and homes with open 802.11 wireless connections.
“We got four of the possible six Phobos and Deimos transits during this year’s “eclipse season” from the rover sites,” said Jim Bell of the Mars Exploration Rover Project at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
A recent photo shoot involved a transit of Deimos from the Spirit rover’s vantage point at Gusev Crater. Earlier sessions were all Phobos transits, Bell explained.
(via Boing ^2)
They call it “Sphincter“. I call it “Disgusting”.
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And Boston comes in at #43.