the next iPhone will be red!
It's 2009, man. It's time to consider discarding the printer and not replacing it. I haven't had a printer for 4 years. If you really need a hard copy, try Staples.. 10 cents per sheet.
secmartin writes "In a totally unexpected ruling, a Dutch court has decided that The Pirate Bay should block visitors from the Netherlands within 10 days or face a fine of €30,000 per defendant per day. Peter Sunde has already announced that he will appeal the ruling. Even though the defendants sent a letter explaining that they were unable to come to the hearing and provided arguments in their favor, these were ignored by the judge because they failed to appear in his court. The full text of the ruling was just published (in Dutch, PDF) by Peter Sunde, and further coverage is available at Forbes."
Ikea has them. They work well if all your cables start at one place and end in another, but a lot of times cables come out of random places and go to random places.
My bet is he had 486DX266 in his head.. meaning 486 DX2 66MHz, and then transcribed it wrong.
Awesome! I can't wait to try that with all my Commodore plastics. Thanks for the link!
A kilowatt is a unit of power. Therefore, you can power cars with kilowatts.
Boxing is a lot like ballet. Except there is no music, no choreography, and the dancers hit each other.
- Jack Handy.
Lucas123 writes "California's Secretary of State, Debra Bowen, was among a group of e-voting experts at MIT yesterday who said the nation's electronic voting systems are still not secure and many run on faulty software. Among the suggestions offered to fix the problem: use open source software, stop delivering e-voting machines to polling places weeks in advance of an election, and keep a paper trail for auditing purposes. Bowen also believes that a ubiquitous Internet voting system could not work without the use of a national ID card system."