That sounds good, but the Constitution is only what the Supreme Court says it is. Will it always do what it is supposed to do? I don't think so in light of its recent decisions and appointees.
designersdigest writes "Here's a head scratcher, at first glance at least: Lamebook, a hilarious advertising-supported site that lets Facebook users submit funny status updates, pictures and 'other gems' originating from the social network, is apparently suing Facebook over trademark infringement."
The race to be "First" has spawned really stupid replies that waste our time and obscure pertinent observations. Is there a solution?
I agree strongly! I got the add-on to make Firefox look as it did much earlier, with thin information bars. My hated Vista looks as much like Windoes 95 as I could manage. All the "advances" are fine, IF they can be turned OFF!
Right on, Brother. It is also one of my pet peeves... and my GF just yawns. Luckily she has other attractions below her forehead.
TRS-80's were painted silver. The stuff won't work on them properly.
This is my first post here. To get your son interested in programming is not the question; he already is. The task is to get him to actually program! I feel that the best way is to pick a language (I like C++), get him SIMPLE books (I like the "For Dummies" books myself), and then set him tasks that you applaud when accomplished. The applauding is VERY important! I suggest graphics oriented tasks such as: Make a word move on the screen. Make a ball move up and down. Draw a square with corrected aspect ratio. Make a ball that bounces around the screen. I suggest Text oriented tasks such as: Make a quiz using Data statements. Make a math quiz with random questions. Make a "Mad-Libs" game with user inputs. Make a scrolling "Times Square" sign. Limit his access to libraries of functions for now. Show and encourage him to to create his own library. Remember: Your son may not actually "take" to programming. He may not be as fascinated with the feeling of power we get from controlling a machine as the rest of us are.