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"I sleep well. It's the
politicians who are to blame for failing to come to an agreement and
resorting to violence," Kalashnikov said Friday at a ceremony marking
the birth of the rifle, whose initials stand for "Avtomat Kalashnikov." [Fox News]
"For years guns have been banned in both the District of Columbia and on many campuses nationwide. As a 20-year-old intern and student, I have never felt more marginalized." [Alison Aldrich / Townhall]
DoD is looking for a wearable power supply which can last 96 hours. Look at the images posted at Argghhh! and you'll see why.
Apple says on its Web site that with proper maintenance, the iPhone battery is designed to retain up to 80% of its original capacity after 400 full charge and discharge cycles, which is slightly more than 13 months with daily charging. [IW]
Apple has revealed that it will cost iPhone users in the US at least $85.95 (£43) to replace the non-removable battery in the new handsets. The cost includes a $6.95 shipping fee to send the phone back to Apple, but users will have to pay an extra $29 if they want to borrow a replacement iPhone for three business days while the work is carried out. [vnunet]
We want to see their streets are clean and safe, their grass is green, and their birds are singing. We want to see that on television. Not in person. We don’t want to be here. We tell them that every day. It finally has settled in that we are telling the truth. Now that all those realizations and more have settled in, the dynamics here are changing in palpable ways. [Michael Yon]