"Oh, you only fight the fights you can win? You fight the fights that need fighting!" - A.J. (The American President)
It's to bad about Cosmos 1. They believe the problem was during the rocket staging part of the launch. The concept seemed quiet interesting - having the spacecraft get "propelled by the pressure of sunlight".
Survey says... I only have one question - who would actually admit that kind of stuff on a survey? Plus, who on earth thought up that survey in the first place? Not that the results aren't interesting - says a lot about IT in large size corporations. However, if there are "10% of firms never changed their central administrative passwords" that means that 90% of the companies do change the administrative passwords. Which when you think about it is a rather significant percentage. But that kind of information doesn't make headlines.
Either someone is making this up or there are some really confussed people out there. I am just not sure which.
Another reason I don't eat meat. It's like going to Sea World to pick out your lunch. ::shudder::