@Wassman: I'm working on it.
And everyone on the list from this point on should be restored.
We are aware of the problem. Our engineers are pretty much constantly working on it.
@animek02: Sorry about that. I'll add your account to the list to restore. When I'm deleting hundreds of users every day, sometimes I accidentally get a good user and don't notice.
@Alazoral: Just to play devil's advocate, do you have the Google app on your phone?
@fanboyjustin: The camera wasn't good enough to use for that. They were significantly worse than my phone camera (iPhone 4s or 5, I guess) and the wide angle made for lots of kind of weird shots.
@tmee: They're two different things that use similar technologies. FWIW, Glass isn't really augmented reality. It doesn't overlay anything on the real world, it's more of a heads-up display for your eyeball.
I did a fair amount of research on this when my hot water heater conked out earlier this year. The tankless was much more expensive than a traditional water heater at the same level of efficiency. If I was planning on staying in this house for the life of the next water heater, I would have saved a fair amount of money on the cost of operating a tankless heater vs. keeping water hot in the tank 24/7. Because the vent needs to be able to handle much hotter temperature air, I would have had to replace the ducting for a tankless.
I live in an area where that type of appliance is always gas, so YMMV with electric.
@MantaBase: I accidentally nuked you yesterday. I'll get someone to restore your stuff when the office is open tomorrow. Sorry about that. When I start deleting spammers, sometimes I get a little crazy.
He said they're going to try again in a few weeks. The barge wasn't badly damaged and they were <10% off
@Vertigus: Where are you getting your source material? Ripping vinyl?
@grorc: I know, right? What a pair of jerks.
Those guys are such jerks and Ars is like foot fungus. Work there once and it haunts you for the rest of your life.
@Dr. V: @Tailzo: Building out a queue for non-member posts is a good solution, but not something we can't get done in the short term due to constraints on the engineering team.
Edit: changed can to can't.