Fully agree with point 12!
You shouldn't try to tell her what she has to do - you can't predict what she will face anyway.
Tell her instead what she will likely want to hear from you, that nobody else could tell her: about you, your life, your past, your setbacks, your delights, your thoughts, your fears - anything!
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Fully agree with point 12!
I used the same password all over. Fortunately I now know better.
Not only Facebook, but the end-users also could save a lot of electricity by not using Facebook at all. People should get out and have a real social life.
Wouldn't the air-inlet-rips at the bottom and the fan at the top act like a vacuum cleaner and fill the can with dust? I would let the fan spin backwards: suck clean air from the top and eject the cold air at the bottom.
As more than 90% of all e-mails are spam-mails, will the NSA & Co. also collect all of that trash? Or have they good filters at hand to avoid filling their storage capacities with junk? What filters are they employing? If their filters are good, and the monitor *all* national and/or worldwide traffic, they could do us all a big favour and filter out that junk! Or even better: identify and eliminate the sources of this nuisance. Thanks in advance!
Apache isn't below 50%. What counts, are "active sites", not parked domains or similar (see Netcraft). Numbers for active sites fluctuate much less and show us a more realistic picture. Apache is still at 53,62%.
And no, IIS is not the winner, but a distant second with only 11,78% market share. Considering, IIS had once 38% (october 2007), IIS is the biggest looser so far.
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No way NeXT had a pathetic 320x240 4000 color display. NeXT started with a 1120x832 grayscale display. The 4000-color display was an Amiga-thing.
If not a botnet, maybe he's running Google.
No, the unit "m", which stands for "meter", cannot be omitted - it's central to the measurement. While the copula "per" could be omitted. Even "mph" has the unit "m", where it stands for "miles". Otherwise you americans would write "ph" ("per hour"), which means nothing.
I thought the same. The unit is "km" per hour (therefore "kmh"), while "k" alone only means a thousand of those units. So "kph" means "a thousand of nothing per hour".
I still use Homesite too.
You should look mirabyte Web Architect, if you're in search of a more recent tool.
I still use Homesite too - I'm used to it.
If you're in search of something more recent, try mirabyte Web Architect.
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