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Google bringing back Morse Code and integrating it into mobile.
I like the idea of the concept, its very slick and simple…
Although, not sure about the learning curve for it. I wouldn’t mind taking a stab at it, but I’d probably need to switch back to regular keyboard until I get the hang of it.
Finally, after many reboots/uninstalls/pain & suffering, I got my Motorola Triumph to be seen by the adb. Turns out, you can’t really use the Motorola dev drivers. Instead, you’re better off using the extracted drivers from here:
Also, got the Touchpad to work with adb as well, however, that fix was WAY simplier:
Well, looks like I can finally move forward with testing stuff with Android projects now.
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Oh my gosh folks. THIS JUST GOT FREAKING REAL. Apparently, they will be listening to Hollywood and other representatives in FAVOR of the bill, but they are refusing to listen to representatives OPPOSED to the bill when they have the hearings. THEY ARE ALREADY CENSORING by disallowing opponents of the bill!
What. On Earth.
Yeah, apparently a representative from Google was allowed to speak… She blantenly told them that they’d be breaking the Internet as it stands…
And they totally didn’t listen to her. #douchebags
Seems like our only hope is the president’s veto. He better follow through on his earlier statement that he’d veto it if it reaches him.
And if by whatever freak of nature happens that he DOES let it through. Courts better realize that when the entertainment industry abuses it, there would be cases of them violating Free Speech by infringing the rights of user-generated content (for instance, if they blocked all of YouTube).
Of course, its always a matter of “when” for the entertainment sector, not “if”. Given their bad track record of hampering innovation through abusing power… :\
Let’s just hope that they’re not given the chance with SOPA / Protect IP.
And for the record, I’m all for the entertainment industry protecting their intellectual property and proprietary works. However, I am entirely against them having WAY more power than any group should ever have. SOPA, in its current form, crosses that boundary beyond imagination.
Who do you have in your Google+ circles? This seems like a nice geeky lineup to me. Vote Karen Hallion’s shirt design up at 604Republic to see it print.