How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Morning Linkage...

Well, I've seen this about half a dozen times, so I guess I should mention it: BLEEX is an exoskelton, power suit sorta thing. It's really good for lugging heavy shit. That's about it. But, it's definitely a start. What it really needs to do, in the long run, is become ubiquitous- something small and light enough to be worn under clothes, with a small power supply- eventually a pocket sized one. In fifteen years, we're going to see more of these in public use.

Meanwhile, elected officials are showing some bright lights of intelligence in two places: the Senate is asking NASA if there's a way to save Hubble, and in California, they're looking at banning all paperless E-voting machines.

Now, odds are, that new phone number you got belonged to someone else once- but what happens when it's someone famous?. It's just one of those "so strange it must be true" things.

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