Shut up, Eric Cartman.
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Look, a nice retrospective on a news site is nice once in a while. But with too many of these "X years ago, Y happened" posts detract from Slashdot's credibility as a news site. Repeat, news is what's going on, not what happened years ago.
Is this a HL2 mod? A new game created using the Source engine? Some new non-Source game that is a remake of HL2?
You mean Slashdot's Idle section?
When they said that the $599.99 price tag for the PS3 was justified, that people would work longer hours to own it, it didn't increase their profits. But national productivity did increase by 7%.
I'm going to have to try this with beer. For science, of course.
With insights like that, you could be a Hollywood screenwriter! Let's see, there's one about dinosaurs we can put you on!
Gosh, doesn't the submitter realize that Slashdotters are computer geeks and not biology geeks? Use analogies we can understand, like comparing this "hiding" virus to a rootkit or something.
It feels good to know that the court upholds my right to drawl "BRAAAAAIIINNNNSSSSSSSSS"
They had this technology twenty years ago. It mainly consisted of Rain Man memorizing license plate numbers.
What has Chuck Norris's phone survived?
Of the email advertisements I get for Viagra, those with Canadian URLs do seems to be a bit cheaper.
When I read the headline, I thought it was an interview with the guy in the Goatse picture.