[00:02]That's exceedingly precious commercial information,
[00:06]and, potentially, exceedingly explosive political information
[00:10]that is like catnip to authoritarian regimes.
[00:17]Reporters tend to be part of a broadly defined social and
[00:20]cultural elite, so their work tends to reflect the conventional
[00:25]values of this elite.
[00:29]After 11 years, Sony has finally broken down by adding
[00:34]support for SD / SDHC and microSD / SDHC support in their
[00:41]digital cameras and cell phones, respectively.
[00:48]"While we know how to tell a robot to handle a specific
[00:52]error," says Dave Lavery, manager of a robotics program at
[00:56]NASA, "we can't yet give a robot enough 'common sense' to
[01:02]reliably interact with a dynamic world."
[01:09]The independent student newspaper for the University
[01:12]of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College has published a
[01:16]staff editorial apologizing for a cartoon that made a joke
[01:21]about violence against gays.
[01:26]The partisan divide on another empirical question-
[01:30]whether Earth is warming, and if so whether that is due to
[01:34]human activities-may reflect something similar.
[01:42]The most rigorous research randomly assigns patients
[01:46]to get either the experimental treatment or a standard
[01:50]treatment, or sometimes a placebo.
[01:55]Soon these long, elegant cigars became as much a
[02:00]part of the revolutionary look as facial hair and military
[02:04]fatigues, thanks to Che Guevara's pronouncement that he
[02:09]had never smoked a better cigar.
[02:15]The families of two Pittsburgh sisters working at the
[02:18]orphanage used Twitter and Facebook to spread the word
[02:22]about their plight, prompting Monday's evacuation.