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“Significantly easier than doing things the old-fashioned way.”
Schools listened to Microsoft and they got Common Core. Now Microsoft wants to convince schools and parents that they once again know what’s best for your children.
“‘It’s a nightmare in my mind.”
“Detects its user’s movements with force sensors.”
“Concerns on this topic are very prevalent.”
“far more serious situation …”
“Someone told me when you save your first life it will change everything.”
“First of its kind within the airline industry.”
“We are going to raise people who are accustomed to surveillance.”
“Ability to increase enjoyment.”
“One cannot treat an electronic storage device like a handbag.”
And its impact on our ability to process information.
Throw and go.
“They were treating her like a felon.”
“A Message to America.”
Allegedly sought to “compromise, exploit and damage” U.S. government computer systems.
“Important that the details of any accidents be made public — so people know what the heck’s going on.”
“We want to make sure we’re answering everybody’s questions about data retention, how the things will be used.”
“Some people want to know what the hell is a Republican doing in San Francisco. I would say, it’s about time.”
“Harder to detect from orbit.”
“Perfect mix of fun and terrifying.”
“A far more challenging environment than anything in a laboratory.”
David Goldberg, a former Yahoo exec, was head of the online SurveyMonkey site.
“An effective and empowering tool.”
“Warp drive remains a dream.”
“I think it’s brilliant.”
“May also reflect those instances of racism that are covert or hidden.”
“The information is transferred only at the moment a serious accident occurs.”
“Demonstrated what was once thought impossible.”
“Overwhelming evidence connecting the amount of time TV viewing and unhealthy weight.”
“This has been one of the most sophisticated actors we’ve seen.”
“Don’t, no, no!”
“Rather like regular standard-issue M4 rifles with a pair of antennas that shoot out from the barrel.”
“It’s just incredible.”
“My friend would have lost his life if it was maybe an inch to the left.”
That was close!
“The glasswing butterfly uses an apparent chaos to reach effects that are also fascinating for us humans.”
“Think about the impact of launching such an attack on Wall Street, or maybe at the world’s busiest airports, or at large utility plants.”
“May encourage actors to use the described intrusion methods.”
“Encryption is making it harder for your government to find criminal activity.”
“Other people can use their nicknames, inappropriate names, but I can’t use my real name.”
“You’re in control of what’s saved, and you can delete it.”
Hovers with powerful magnets.
“In my day … when you told guys to ‘put your hands behind your back,’ they did it.”
“Find my phone.”
“We’re the parents of ‘Success Kid’ for goodness sake.”
“Essentially multiply combat power at decreased risk to the warfighter.”
“Our side of the story.”
Hint: It has nothing to do with any of her political positions.
“This work allowed us to develop some technologies we felt were needed for our future rovers.”
“Important implications for understanding human behavior.”
“Some absolute scum in this world.”
“…it’s mirrored in the barcode…”
“If you don’t ground them, you’ll be kicked out.”
“Motion sickness is expected to be more of an issue in self-driving vehicles.”
“Something of a black art.”
“Use of technology in our everyday lives is damaging the brain.”
“I ended up getting sucked into the stream of grisly photographs.”
This could change boxing as we now know it.
“Within a localized area, such as a tunnel or bridge, and within an entire metropolitan area.”
“Whatever happened there did not arise to anything criminal.”
“See these ghosts from the past brought back to life.”
“Nanophotonic coherent imager.”
“Smtp.gmail.com is displaying an invalid certificate.”
“It’s pretty sick.”
“Two minutes must have felt like two hours.”
“…centerfold models in tight clothes…”
“…reasons why USC wifi blows…”
“I think this is a ginned-up controversy by people who play identity politics.”
“Tablets and tantrums were thrown.”
Now, “base jump off it!”
“This system is able to guarantee up-to-the-second information about open parking spaces.”
“Some of these plans are tailored to exploit people’s mistakes.”
‘The Internet is such a powerful environment.”
The hand that holds the smartphone is a powerful thing.
“It’s not an April Fool’s joke. This is for real.”
“Did u mean to send to me?”
“I am totally shocked.”
“Happy Father’s Day to the indisputable king of Snapchat.”
“We’ll erase you from cyberspace…”
“You’re making a very reasonable assumption about the world that happens to be wrong.”
“What conversations if any the FTC or Google had with the White House.”
“Sheepdog of the future.”
“…pilots will gradually be squeezed from the cockpit altogether.”
“It was a difficult piece of puppeteering.”
May the force be with you.
“It wouldn’t start.”
“The threats continue to evolve.”
“Intelligent Speed Limiter.”
“The Cruz campaign didn’t do anything wrong.”
“Parents could use it as a teaching tool with their kids.”
“We don’t have any evidence of a specific threats.”
It’s not able to detect who is holding it – just that someone is holding it.