I used to have a hard copy of General Electric's BASIC and FORTRAN manuals, until a weasel (who claimed to be a preacher!) stole them. I felt a little better when was busted for stealing TVs.
Rather, the Constitution lays out the rights that the citizens give the government.
It helps to have a job you love and are committed to. The biggest issue that I have found is that I need to be vigilant to keep my work out of my personal time.
We are down to one part-time sysadmin, and she does a terrific job. I've seen lousy sysadmins, and know well to appreciate a good one. Now if only management appreciated her as well!
Whatever happened to the network version of Hearts that used to be included with Windows?
mernil writes with this snippet from Reuters: "According to a draft regulation drawn up by the European Commission and seen by Reuters, suppliers may be allowed to require that distributors have a 'brick-and-mortar' shop before they can sell online. The proposed rules would replace existing guidelines exempting companies from strict EU competition rules under certain circumstances. Those rules expire at the end of May."
You're plooking too hard, you're plooking too hard, you're plooking too hard on meeeeeee
MessedRocker writes "I have at least a few USB flash drives around that I haven't needed since I got my 16GB flash drive, a 40GB external hard drive which I haven't needed since I upgraded to 500GB, and a couple of SATA hard drives I have pulled out of laptops which are either as large or smaller than the one I have in my laptop now. Furthermore, I don't really know anyone who needs any hard drives or flash drives. What should I do with my small, obsolete storage devices?"
It wasn't even the shock wave that caused Challenger to disintegrate, it was the sudden deviation from its course while under Max-Q. Trying to separate quickly from the stack would have been just as bad. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle_Challenger_disaster
dhart writes: "Within only a few days of opening a new customer feedback website, Dell has discovered the feature most requested (by a wide margin!) as an option on all new Dell PCs: Pre-installed Linux. I believe they'll have a harder time now with the tired old mantra "there's no customer demand for Linux"."
CowardICE writes: There is a new release of Blender (free 3d animation and modeling tool) that has way a way cool sculpting tool that even the totally artistically retarded (ie me) can use to create realistic looking monster heads. The new blender also has a lot of other improvements and lots of nice videos showing the new features.