... it was written in Ada, so nobody knows what to do with it anyway.
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Yes, but Siri exists in the cloud, and everybody knows that when it's cloudy, you can't see the sun.
This also explains why she is so sure it's raining when Zooey "I'm so Quirky" asks about it.
"It's not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas. "
"Marketing is what you do when your product is no good."
"The rally in Citi Field on Sunday was sponsored by a rabbinical group, Ichud Hakehillos Letohar Hamachane, that is linked to a software company that sells Internet filtering software to Orthodox Jews. "
Check out Wilma Flintstone's vacuum cleaner.
Or perhaps Bedrock was located on Crete?
If only that had been mentioned in the summary!
Looks like this one didn't get over the
I signed up for "Human-Computer Interaction" on 29 December. It's been indefinitely on hold since 6 March.
Can't say I'm terribly impressed with what they've done so far
I don't have an iDevice and don't want one, but a couple days ago I had to load iTunes just to get a specific music release that wasn't available anywhere else. Sure I could have scoured TPB, but I wanted to make an effort to be a paying customer. Aside from the music company being dicks and only releasing to iTunes, how would a "PC Free" solution have helped me in any way?
Site name is codecademy.com (no first "a" in the "academy" part).
How could anybody have looked at the Plantronics video and NOT thought it would come across as an advertisement? Paid or not, there was nothing in there but promotion.
I'd have thought the days or "hey, I just got a video camera, I'm going to shoot videos of everything that crosses my path" would have come and gone in the late 20th century.
Slashdot TV is not a hammer, and everything you see in the viewfinder is not a nail.
That was thousands of years ago. The Mayans have had plenty of time to work on their anti-aliasing algorithms.
I'm pretty sure the math doesn't go anywhere. It's not Brigadoon.
In fact I'm going to take the URL and put it in my calendar for next June.
Will report back
Ordnance is explosives. An ordinance is a law. And what kind of a businessman opens any establishment without checking on local regulations and restrictions?
I have a Gorgar. He knows seven words, You Me Beat Got Hurt Gorgar Speaks.
I even got a Gorgar inspired tattoo - www.flickr.com/photos/larrymac/1593723048/