We cannot renounce the use of force otherwise a peaceful reunification would be impossible - China's Jhian Xemin on Taiwan
BOOK PUBLISHERS IN THE US are bending over backwards to find ways to get Americans to look at books when they are too lazy to actually read them.
Harper Collins is digitally creating video versions for books iPhones and other electronic gadgets.
The first person to get a video book made is Jeff Jarvis, whose book, What Would Google Do?, will be available in all the other formats. The video apparently features Jarvis waffling on for 23 minutes on what his book is about, rather than actually reading the thing. Sounds more like an advert to us. µ
Uses 20 percent less power than traditional systems
It's becoming more prevalent in car research and development
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