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Stan Lee Media and Disney Battle For Ownership of Marvel Characters

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:59
An anonymous reader writes "Stan Lee Media and The Walt Disney Co. have taken their arguments to the U.S. Court of Appeals over who owns the rights (and profits) to Marvel characters. Though Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Stan Lee Media (no longer associated with Stan Lee, himself) still claims copyright of the characters."

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Stan Lee Media and Disney Battle For Ownership of Marvel Characters

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:59
An anonymous reader writes "Stan Lee Media and The Walt Disney Co. have taken their arguments to the U.S. Court of Appeals over who owns the rights (and profits) to Marvel characters. Though Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Stan Lee Media (no longer associated with Stan Lee, himself) still claims copyright of the characters."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Stan Lee Media and Disney Battle For Ownership of Marvel Characters

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:59
An anonymous reader writes "Stan Lee Media and The Walt Disney Co. have taken their arguments to the U.S. Court of Appeals over who owns the rights (and profits) to Marvel characters. Though Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Stan Lee Media (no longer associated with Stan Lee, himself) still claims copyright of the characters."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Stan Lee Media and Disney Battle For Ownership of Marvel Characters

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:59
An anonymous reader writes "Stan Lee Media and The Walt Disney Co. have taken their arguments to the U.S. Court of Appeals over who owns the rights (and profits) to Marvel characters. Though Disney bought Marvel in 2009, Stan Lee Media (no longer associated with Stan Lee, himself) still claims copyright of the characters."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








The Age Kids Have to Be Before You Can Legally Leave Them Home Alone

LifeHacker.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:55

When is a child old enough to stay at home alone? While a kid's maturity level should definitely come into play, some states have age restrictions—or at least guidelines—for how old is old enough to be unsupervised.

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YouTube Considering an Ad-Free, Subscription-Based Version

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:39
Walking The Walk writes YouTube is looking at creating a paid-subscription model that would allow users to skip the ads on their videos. (A more condensed summary from CBC.) No firm date has been announced, and it sounds like tentative steps right now, but YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki did mention that ad-enabled music videos would still be offered.

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What Are Caffeine Jitters – And How Do You Get Rid Of Them?

LifeHacker.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:30

Too much caffeine, whether from coffee, tea, or energy drink, can ruin your day. Here's why your daily jolt makes you jittery, and what you can do to get rid of an unwanted buzz.

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Datenbankwebportal by uwelinke

Freelancer.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 13:19
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Apple Pay Competitor CurrentC Breached

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:51
tranquilidad writes "As previously discussed on Slashdot, CurrentC is a consortium of merchants attempting to create a "more secure" payment system. Some controversy surrounds CurrentC's requirements regarding the personal information required, their purchase-tracking intentions and retail stores blocking NFC in apparent support of CurrentC. Now news breaks that CurrentC has already been breached. CurrentC has issued the standard response, "We take the security of our users' information extremely seriously."

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Register Private Name Servers on VPS and point domain to VPS by JoshWebmasterPro

Freelancer.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:36
I have just purchased a VPS from HostGator and need Private Name Servers setup and one of my domain names to point to that server and have it working with cPanel. This should be a very quick project for anyone who has done it before... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: DNS, Linux, VPS)
Categories: Freelance, Linux

Save up to 25% on Airfare by Canceling and Rebooking Within 24 Hours

LifeHacker.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:30

Plane ticket prices fluctuate wildly—often within the same day. Hopper found that two out of three ticket prices drop at some point within 24 hours and you can save an average of $67 using the little-known free cancellation policy.

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Freelancer.com - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:25
Hi , Pleasse provide me email server where i can send daily 12lacks emails and min 60% inbox delivery (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Email Marketing, Internet Marketing, Linux)
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Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

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Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Researchers At Brown University Shattered a Quantum Wave Function

Slashdot.org - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:08
Jason Koebler writes: A team of physicists based at Brown University has succeeded in shattering a quantum wave function. That near-mythical representation of indeterminate reality, in which an unmeasured particle is able to occupy many states simultaneously, can be dissected into many parts. This dissection, which is described this week in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics, has the potential to turn how we view the quantum world on its head. Specifically, they found it's possible to take a wave function and isolate it into different parts. So, if our electron has some probability of being in position (x1,y1,z1) and another probability of being in position (x2,y2,z2), those two probabilities can be isolated from each other, cordoned off like quantum crime scenes.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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