What is the point?
What is the point?
As a teacher I know that my students sure don't read scarcely anything.
Do you remember limits in your study of math?
Let us assume the number of readers is rapidly approaching zero.
The effect on prices of books is clear:
Each book will approach the price point of precisely $ infinity.99
And make sure that nobody can steal it. Isn't that the point?
Rick, If I had a recording of me talking with 3 terrorists planning to blow up some federal building, would I not be able to use it? Would I be liable to arrest for hidden recording?
As a public high school teacher I have often thought of hiding a video camera doing constant recording of class. I have been assaulted several times and kids often curse me out. Yet, because I am in Illinois I can't legally do this??
Brent Jones [at] brentjones . org
just watch out for those guys who grab you from the drains you walk over
He = Mr iPad
If we defeat him on this WiFi issue then we Republicans will sweep the next election.
Long live CHAOS.
It looks like Kool Aid but the flavor is very strangeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
So she could not use the device. Security should have fingerprint, strong password, challenge question and voice recognition.
Einsteins that I met on the way to this planet.
The guy who learned to JUMP to hyperspace and not accelerate into it.
Google Toolbar Tracks Browsing Even After Users Choose "Disable" -
down there right now playing poker and smoking weed
and 1 cent to read it. Money goes to retire the national debt.
Also shouldn't we email users every 30 days (at random) REPLY to a spam message with misinformation. Slashdot em to hell.
The US Air Force has posted the video evidence on YouTube. The Soviets are going to the World Court to seek damages for infringement of copyright of said video.
Give me liberty or give me death. I will take Linux.
I regret that I have but one life to give for my addiction to operating systems.
Live free or die with MS.
"Necessity is the mother of invention" is a silly proverb. "Necessity is the mother of futile dodges" is much nearer the truth. -- Alfred North Whitehead