Pretty interesting thoughts: 'Although Google doesn't need to "win" the battle with Apple, Apple's hysteria, along with its insistence on fighting the wrong battles, means that Google has a decent chance of winning. HTML5 may be Apple's last chance to change their ways, and make decisions that aren't dictated by their desire to control the platform. If they don't, they will lose, and that would be tragic, both for Apple and for users.'
That's showing them…
'The binary comparison indicated that, if anything, adhering to the recommended vaccination schedule improved the children's cognitive development, as those kids outscored the least timely group on 12 of the 42 tests, whereas the converse didn't occur. Most of these differences vanished in the multivariate analysis, however, which suggests they weren't very robust. Still, it's anything but support for the contention that the vaccination schedule can be harmful.'
The ink used in the printers may be a technological marvel, but it remains really expensive. Wonder why they've not been able to figure out a cheaper way to produce it yet.