Or maybe life is just an inevitable outcome when the right conditions are met? Why science has such a hardon for panspermia is beyond me.
Yes, that's just the same as being told by the government and society that you can't marry that cute redhead in Accounts Receivables because she's 5'2", or being told you're going to burn in Hell for eternity because you're over 6' tall, or being beaten up because you're exactly 5'9".
No you have not.
Sex always sells.
You feel old? Try having a three-digit account number!
(And who is this Toommy Choong guy?)
I've been using Model M's (and their Unicomp descendants) since the days of the IBM PC XT. I finally gave them up last year as they are just too loud for my small house. I'm a night owl and my wife thinks 9:00PM is staying up late. She never complained, but I knew my keyboards were keeping her awake some nights. So I reluctantly switched to quieter keyboards two years ago.
We've known this for a very long time. Longer than I've been here even.
"Makes you wonder what, exactly?"
That this is a widespread social problem and not something restricted to just the nerdy professions. Project much?
Insightful, my ass.
If he's talking about "Elevatorgate", then he's accurate, even if he's not calm about it.
Yep. Some boards have posts that last weeks.
This one also works.
This is one won't get you laughed at like the ones in the list.
Back when I processed computers to go to surplus I would DBAN the hard drives and install FreeDOS so that the guys at Surplus could show the customers that the computers would actually boot.
Copy Con > myjob.bat. Editing is for wimps.
I almost never suffer jet lag when I travel away from home. It's the trip back that gets me. Most likely it's the second time jump that does me in.