But what is the Weissman score?
"If you're not exchanging germplasm, you're cutting your own throat."
That's what I always say too! Except for here it might actually make sense.
I imagine macraig.homedns.org and vulcan tourist.info had pics too but you can't seem to keep them up. I like the cartoon image of you that you usually use though.
It appears in the wake of global attention and outcry ( http://consumerist.com/5155538/facebook-privacy-fallout-goes-nuclear ), Facebook has, as of at least 12:27 am, reverted back to the previous Terms of Service. Phew, now we can all go back to sending each other digital cupcakes without Big Brother watching us.
This is a temporary move until Facebook can draft a new Terms of Service that addresses the users' concerns. CEO Zuckerberg wrote a new blog post ( http://blog.facebook.com/blog.php?post=54746167130 ).
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Already a number of dictionaries define google as a plain English word. If OED or some such big name dictionary includes it, would Google lose its trademark? Does Google have lawyers who assiduously take steps to protect its trademark and not allow it to become a generic word to mean "search the internet"? Didn't Xerox lose its trademark or came close to losing it? Imagine a world where Microsoft Live could be branded as "Microsoft Live Google"!"