google will do exacly this in chrome, and mozilla is currently discussing it http://arstechnica.com/securit... . Of course CNNIC is not amused (bottom of article)
There is no missing link.
Its just a line of fosills from A..B...C......H..I...N...V...X..YZ, and whenever there is a fossil discovered to be - say - put in between I and N you have 2 new "gaps".
Which in turn get popularized as "the (new) missing link".
Yes the fossil record is not complete (that would require a unbroken chain from FossilA to FossilZ - an by its nature fossilised stuff is rare (enough) to not be complealty avaliable).
# I'm no expert - and the missing link stuff via media is getting to me - so here is my layman clarification. Also the Letters A-Z have only illustrative purposes here. #
I bought a Brother 5250 with network and tumble (print on both sides of a page).
Works flawlessly with Linux/OSX/Win.
Though I know of an Kyocera BW Laser bought ~ 1990 which still works fine as long as you don't bust its RAM by printing images.
Darn, hitting options->save while editing on
Yes, also comments need maintenance as well as code does. Guess which is more up to date.
The former one is particularly 'gripping' in MP, the later has awesome between-character dialoges.
("And now we have a dog, and Alister is still the stupidest member of the party")
this gives the game much more depth