I take it you didn't like Christopher Tolkien's "A History of Middle Earth", then?
Early printers used the letter 'e' to justify lines. Thus "Queen" and "Queene"
It's odd that you would bring up Shakespeare. The Quarto and Folio versions of many of his plays differ. Pericles is in the third folio, but not in the first or second folios. There are "bad quarto" versions of Romeo and Juliet, Henry V, Merry Wives of Windsor, Hamlet, and Henry VI, parts two and three. There's also a false folio. Good fodder for PhD dissertation, bad for a slashdot analogy.
It had a Norton SI of something less than 1.
But was that really so bad? A PC/XT had a Norton SI score of 1.0.
Unfortunately, the suit was not filed in the 9th district, but with the "UNITED STATES FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE COURT
That particular court is packed with judges chosen by the chief justice--so expect deference to the NSA.
If that's germane to the case at hand, yes.Otherwise it's simply a venue for resolving legal disputes.
Unless it was a IIgs, that one was actually kind of OK.
Not quite an Amiga. Not quite a Macintosh.
While the Apple II was certainly a dud by that time,
By what time?
The Apple II line was an extraordinarily long lived computer. Towards the end of its life, it was laughably obsolete. Towards the beginning, it was fairly advanced.
Exactly. the clips I showed were steadicam shots, but the important thing wasn't that they were done with a particular rig, it's that smooth moving camera shots are an important part of a film's vocabulary. There's a sequence in Joe Wright's Pride and Prejudice where the Netherfield ball is shown from the perspective of another party goer, another dancer--moving from room to room, listening in on conversations, and so on.
You can't do that with a tripod, where the camera is fixed in one position-- unless you use lots of tripods and lots of cuts, but then, the scene would lose some of its seamless qualities.
You can't really do that with a non-stabilized handheld rig-- as the attendant jerkiness would detract from the atmosphere.
I've heard inklings of the following ultra cynical argument.
Snowden went to Hong Kong not because of the city's "spirited commitment to free speech and the right of political dissent.”, but because the other secrets he knows would have the greatest value, should he need to barter them for protection and other expenses
Is it true? It doesn't need to be true. It only needs to be plausible.
You can't make these sorts of shots with a tripod.
STATEMENT FROM PHILIP NELKON (MATTEL) AS ISSUED IN DECEMBER SCRABBLE CLUB NEWS
After a great deal of heart-searching, Mattel have decided to end their 20-year relationship with Chambers. The decision was not taken lightly and we all have the utmost respect for the continual development of OSW that Chambers have masterminded over the years.
Our new partner is Harper Collins, publishers of the number one selling dictionary in the UK - Collins English Dictionary.
Sounds like old news-- though my ipad's scrabble app did update its dictionary options fairly recently. Since I'm a novice and have not yet memorized the dictionary,, I took little notice of the change.
What's in Woz's backpack He does not travel light.
At my local store, the durable goods are doing most of the crowding out. I suppose Amazon can't compete on gas ovens. They've gotten rid of a lot of the bluray/dvd backstock, it's comparable to what the Target next door has.
A server doesn't need to be a large as a touchscreen, or a keypad.