A catalytic converter has nothing to do with "knock" (pre-ignition) in an engine, it is an emissions component.
The explanation for this was that they're all clones in the "first" series, but by episode IV, attrition has lead to the need for conscripts that were non-clones. The vast majority of the troops would still be the clones though.
Correct, but misleading. The Federal law is related to the payment of debts, not payment for goods/services. Institutions MUST accept legal tender to discharge legal debts.
No worries, we all get stuff mixed up from time to time.
Which isn't what the BigIP does. F5 is a company, BigIP is a hardware load-balancing and traffic-management system. I've seen 'em, I know what they do.
No, you don't know what the hell you're talking about. The F5 BigIP does load-balancing and traffic management, it's not used for content delivery.
It ran on Solaris, not Linux. It is Windows Server end-to-end now.
Hotmail has never run on Linux. It USED to run on Solaris (which was the platform it was originally developed on before Microsoft purchased it). It was then converted to IIS over Windows Server for the front-end and Solaris for the Backend mail storage, and is now fully Windows Server based.