A very early linux...on a floppy disk
Excellent! More jobs for tech weenies...at the cost of turbulence.
I'm imagining a TakeNoPrisonersScript that pounds each ad with clicks, say, a dozen times. Eventually, clicks will no longer mean anything to the advertisers.
Google has better control of ads if they decide what you want to find.
Cheap if you ask me. That's about what it cost to delelop the 'affordable health care' web site.
So it's smaller than one square Rhode Island, but holds more data the the R.I. State Library?
Yes. And one of the largest targeted group of cafes purported to raise funds in the cafes for veterans, but allegedly, little of it made it to vererans' organizations.
Original posted solution sounded like a fun--if not optimal--solution. I remember an ancient Word Perfect on Windoze 3.1 being more productive than later word processors over more modern computers. Why? Software developers (I'm guilty of being one) have accelerated their gobbling of memory and processor cycles over the years so much that the poor HW folks can't keep up...despite the later's impressive results. The result: page downs are still painfully slow. But hey, I can format the document in Vulcan XML. Thanks.
It's hard to pay $1 if your FB account is under a fake name. One more way to pressure FBers to use a real name.
There they will find the Rocknest Monster and the end of the rover. (Warning: not funny unless you actually read TFA.)
At least three times I've seen an off-color joke sent in a reply-all, that included a company-wide address in the list that the sender didn't notice. Once, I similarly received an excel file with all salaries (very small company).
Except for the caberet, I say 'good riddance' to reply-all.
Hope they'll have a bio-neural interface. I'll need one really bad by then.
I swore off Lexmark permanently for their habit of dropping support for printers so quickly. In my case, I couldn't get a driver for the next version of Windoze after the printer model was dropped. Clearly it was a way to force people to buy a new model. I did...an Epson.