I wonder why Larry Sanger could possibly have an interest in making WP look problematic.
It takes a single quote from a review about a particular company's book/app -- it's not a statement in the Book Review's voice. Of course the interviewee wants to make "programmers" look bad - it makes his work look better by comparison. Not that it isn't amazing by any standards, but...
It's the only CD I ever owned where I could hear the engineers turning the mikes down in the middle, because it had just gotten Way Too Loud.
Reposting my accidentally-anonymous question from earlier:
You've released some (all?) of your music under the CC-BY-NC license. What are some of the coolest things you've seen done by other people with your songs?
Oops, that was me. Reposting.
No, but you can remove pictures you don't want on the ribbon.
Without the spoiler, I would venture to guess that despite being given all the clues, around 80% of the audience would fall to one of the many misdirections and identify the wrong actor as the killer.
Heck, when I did it, my daughter thought it was me until the ultimate reveal.
Be warned -- JWASM's Wikipedia article was nominated for deletion, as it was thought that notability was not sufficiently asserted. The flame war there might spill over here as well.
"12 months a year, every day of the school year"?
Has anyone implemented Go in Go yet?
Somebody nominated Khan Noonien Singh for deletion -- a year later, it was a Featured Article.
Should be instructive to compare the number of grey hairs now and in 8 years. With this shot, you actually can count them...
Ah, good, someone got it.
No, you don't want a Beowulf forest, because then you have to worry about Grendel showing up.