Thanks, Graham. Fixed.
Time for an update, then, paikinho. Thanks for the heads up!
Ha! That's awesome, very cool, and super funny, ctopher. :D In that he's brazing everything, I suspect all the gears are metal. I could be wrong.
As noted above, Silverhoney, this giveaway has concluded.
Chantallation is the winner, and she has responded. The winner was chosen via a random number at random.org. My dice are still packed away... Anyway, that's a wrap for this giveaway, but we have more in the works. A big thanks to everyone who registered in the comments. I'll be posting the announcement later on Monday, but wanted to make sure everyone who registered knew.
The winner has been notified. I'm waiting to hear back—when I do, I'll post the winner. If we don't hear back within 24 hours, we'll generate another random winner. Thanks everyone! By the by: Arcsoft is doing a significant discount on Black Friday for Simplicam. I'll post the details in the winner's announcement, but if you want one of these and didn't win, it's a great deal.
For the sake of clarity, I've always thought the hypothetical scenario they're espousing is having access to a victim's phone and seeing the people with whom the victim has been communicating. This, rather than having access to the perp's device.
That's a scary bill, LW.
Hey mhikl, I've written a ton on the subject, usually sparked by some event in Apple's antritust case or Amazon's recent negotiations with Hachette. Some of the more direct pieces on the subject: Amazon Bullies Publisher, Proving DOJ Got it Wrong on Apple Amazon Defends Its Hachette Negotiating Tactics, Suggests Hachette Customers Order Elsewhere What Amazon Didn’t Say in Its Blog Post about Hachette A search for "Hachette" on TMO shows most of our recent coverage on the topic, though not all. I wrote about it a lot during the course of Apple's trial. This was my first piece at…