Tandem was awesome for where I worked, Power failure (circa 1999 in Seattle) and every other computer failed. It stayed up. Weird OS though.
Half those Indian phrases I understood. Of course, I'm a way old Canuck. Some were odd, or unknown.
Odd. I was always told phone rings on cell phones are phony, just an artifice.
"US Customs agents now have free reign to search through all the photos of your personal life, emails to your friends and family, all the e-books you have purchased, and your entire music library."
https://www.aclunc.org/issues/technology/blog/the_privacy_of_your_laptop_at_international_borders.shtml makes interesting reading, or http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2008/05/crossing_border.html
An alternative used by my grandfather was to use the shoulder of the road, and pass the oncoming car on the passenger side. Of course, that got priceless looks of terror from the oncoming driver.
Just an fyi: 5 is not the limit for mod points. I usually have 15.
I should point out that slashdot used to not show where links went to before you clicked on them. goat.cx sorta links used to get people clicking on it all the time. Sorta stupid to try it now.
Google the title, and you bypass the paywall.
Carly Fiorina might be available to help out MS. And maybe Darl McBride could help out too.
One of George Washington's bodyguards was arrested by civilians, turned over to the military, court-martialed and hung for treason (first time in the USA). He was originally a British Army deserter. http://www.executedtoday.com/2013/06/28/1776-thomas-hickey-plotting-against-george-washington/
I'd recommend what wikipedia recommends for archiving. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Terminal_Event_Management_Policy#Data_preservation_techniques_and_procedures
The Bolivian Navy can handle the US 7th fleet
ILS was out due to construction. And Korean airlines are notorious for poor training at hand flying landings without aids.