I am not personally aware of any EASY option of storing OneNote data remotely - although I wouldn't be surprised if there is one
Sharepoint. (Not that Sharepoint itself is easy... but once you have Sharepoint set up, it's really easy to use OneNote with it.)
The AOPA has worked very hard for keeping the system "fair" for the average Joe to keep the cost of flying affordable for the general public.
Alright, so I think the time has finally come to take a serious stab at homebrewing. I love beer and I keep pretending I'm gonna buy some equipment but I never do. Well, this Christmas I'm going to ask the loved ones for various pieces of equipment (hey, I'm still an undergrad, and I'm looking at 5 more years after I get out, so money's gonna be tight for a while).
I forget which Slashdotter has the link to StudioQB's "Frustration" trivia game in his/her sig, but I finally got around to playing it. For those who've never played: it's 100 questions and you get an hour to complete them. You may use any resources on the Net or in real life to find the answer, and the game is supposed to be pretty freakin' hard.
I'd have to respectfully disagree.
Why is that we have perpetually tried to come up with faster and more efficient methods for killing each other? I mean really... we share over 99% of our genetic sequence with monkeys, only the feces we lob at each other have nuclear warheads attached. This is not an "anti-Bush" or "anti-America" or "anti-anything" diatribe, just a RFC about what drives us little apes to want to blow other little apes up.
No one really reads my journal, so I guess I won't get any answers here.
Lately I've been thinking about developing a setting for fiction and/or a game in which the United States are no longer... ahem... united.
I have finally created a Slashdot account after lurking for years. That's not entirely true--I had an account about two years ago, but I literally never posted anything from it and forgot the password, so this is my first "real" account. And, despite my best efforts not to succumb, I have decided to start using the "Journal" feature. Let me be straightforward here: as a general rule, I despise "blogs". More correctly, I despise "bloggers". If I ever seem like I'm transforming into one of