I have to wonder about the obviously deliberate non-mention of either Palm or WebOS. Trying to ignore the past?
Play it. Obsess over it. Write some Perl. Save the Universe from the NPC overlords.
and now there's Postgres-XC, which looks very promising
The key is heating and pressurizing gasoline before injecting it into the combustion chamber, says Mike Rocke, Transonic's vice president of business development. This puts it into a supercritical state that allows for very fast and clean combustion, which in turn decreases the amount of fuel needed to propel a vehicle. The company also treats the gasoline with a catalyst that "activates" it, partially oxidizing it to enhance combustion.
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According to Wikipedia, this program is not entirely dead
Recently Lockheed Martin has been testing a new 1/5 scale rocket described to be similar in capabilities and design, known now simply as a "Space Reusable Launch Vehicle". Two tests were conducted secretly at the Spaceport America in New Mexico. The first on December 19, 2007 was billed as a complete success, while the August 12, 2008 launch ended in an irreparable crash after 12.5 seconds of flight. A third test on October 10, 2009, was another success.
Isn't this was SMIL was supposed to deliver? Is that dead now?
Yo dawg, I herd u like trucks
This is the cover story, but what *really* happened?
$ grep "/python"
$ grep "/ruby"
$ grep "/perl"
Selling the most units / making the most profit does indeed make it the best console
And Windows is the best OS and McDonalds is the best hamburger and Titanic is the best movie