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Ghostery does, though.

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Given the error message I received I think yes to the first :)

RECEIVED MESSAGE "Quota Exceeded. Please see http://code.google.com/apis/websearch.

HUMAN READABLE: "Mountainview, we have a problem."

ADVICE: A quota error indicates a temporary overload due to high demand. Please retry later.

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There's one here: http://www.copyright.gov/onlinesp/agents/n/news_ycomb.pdf

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Interesting--there is an email address listed. Wonder what happens if you email your notification there? Presumably, if you do, you are in compliance with the statute, regardless of the no-email policy, so they would have to do the takedown.

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Is that a childs' handwriting?

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It might have just been filled out on a tablet.

When I had to fill out all my job paperwork for my new job, I used pdfpen on my iPad for everything, and it looks like it was written by a toddler in crayon.

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Why would you do that? I would bin any application that looked that way automatically.

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It was an offer letter, not an application; and was sent to me on a Friday, and needed to be returned the same day (and I didn't have access to a printer).

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It doesn't sound like he was filling out an application. It sounds like he had the job and was just filling out HR paperwork for benefits and taxes and such.

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Potential law suit for disability discrimination?

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Or a field which requires fine motor skills.

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Yes, that's a good point. Some jobs have intrinsic requirements for which no reasonable adjustment can be made, and thus legal discrimination happens.

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Bob Iger (CEO of Disney) also joined Apple's board shortly after Steve's passing.

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In this case, GO Transit runs a commuter rail network (on the surface) so underground bombings shouldn't be a concern.

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OK - we have left luggage in large train stations but all bags are subject to security inspections. They have to go through a TSA body scan ;)

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Having access to Google Maps... there's a Starbucks (and Panera) basically next door. Granted the area isn't all that walkable and "next door" is still kind of far without a car.

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This project was clearly around before Autobahn (May 27 blog post vs June 8 start date) and according to the Chrome Web Store it has more users (785 vs 409).

http://danmaz74.me/2012/05/27/save-time-on-hacker-neww-mark-...

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E-mail is pretty crucial to me, and some MobileMe users couldn't access their mail for days.

http://www.macworld.co.uk/macsoftware/news/?RSS&NewsID=2...

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If you don't mind hosting it yourself it looks like you can buy VAG Rundschrift as a downloadable web font from MyFonts.com.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/vag-rundschrift/

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It's claimed the system will offer 12mbps or more to each passenger via ViaSat-1, which should offer 140 Gbps total throughput ("the highest capacity satellite in the world" with "more capacity than all current North American satellites combined")

http://www.viasat.com/news/new-exede-internet-for-commercial...

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