Did consulting work for BP back in the '80s when they were strictly a Mac shop. Hypercard was used extensively in homebrew apps like BP's MSDN stack.
What Stallman does in his spare time in the Middle East is his business, not the Palestinian Authority.
Giving into the PA's demand was a wimpy thing to do, particularly from someone the likes of Eric Stallman, who has been known to take controversial stances because it was the right thing to do.
Catch The Dead Planet from Hartnell's work; don't bother with the rest. There are damned few episodes of Troughton's work that survived the BBC purges intact, and it's downright painful to watch the kinescopes of those that did. (This is too bad; Troughton's a good actor.)
Start with Jon Pertwee--the first decent doctor. Watch him and Tom Baker. Don't bother with Peter Davison. Colin Baker's only worth watching to catch up with DW continuity in the Trial of a Time Lord thread. I personally love Sylvester McCoy's work, but that's me.
Skip Eccleston altogether--a potentially interesting character development that never got close to being realized. Go right to Tennant; you could watch his stuff twice over if you're so moved. I cannot abide Matt Smith, but again--that's me.
I'm still lobbying for a female Doctor for the next incarnation.
What's interesting about the above situation (and very much unlike the presence of nuclear weapons on earth) is that "rocks", while quite deadly when lobbed at Earth, cannot be used against anyone residing on the moon itself.
...you meet people worth meeting at places that people worth meeting meet at. Libraries, museums, church/temple/mosque (I know--ickickick, but still...), theatres (stage, not movie), etc.
Me? I met my sweetie online, so I don't count (except to ten).
The first MS Flight Simulator had a setting (described in the manual) where you flew through foggy daylight (despite the 00:00 local time setting), and the plane flew itself briefly, heading for some sort of warp that dumped you into Chicago airspace.
Like so much else in life, there is Good, Fast, and Cheap. You can only have two of the three.
I liked Giganews when I read Usenet. They're good, and fast.
Free translation: I should cut you down where you stand!
(But then, that's a free translation for most spoken Klingon.)
When I lived in Wisconsin, I used TW copper but Earthlink internet access. (Yeah, I know, Earthlink sux, etc.). TW wasn't happy about it, but the local PUC said, "Either allow your competition to rent bandwidth, or go somewhere else kthxbye."
...or even better: use your middle initial as part of your name on your resume. That will cast some doubt in (most) HR minds about just who they're dealing with it.
Sometimes I wonder - how often do good people in a ruthless business environment actually remain good people?
By having proper moral compasses to begin with.
"Remind me to write a piece declaring that 90% of all neuroses can be traced to the act of wallowing in other people's problems" -- Jubal Harshaw, _Stranger in a Strange Land_