Also, go ahead and try to open the cover on one of those now. If it hasn't been regularly used, it feels like you're going to break the thing before you get it open,.
It's also a useless answer. Like all measurements, 498,438,559,990kg needs to be given in Libraries of Congress to make any sense at all.
And I've been beaten like a rented mule. Bravo.
I would have expected a Schrodinger's camera joke by now. Step up your game, Slashdot.
Therefore, people are made of ketchup. QED
It just happens that my personal roadmap for 2022 includes a flying pony that craps gold. I'm cautiously optimistic.
I didn't bother to do anything with the issue that I bought, but I did notice that the thing kept going far longer than I expected it to. I think I bought the thing in September of last year and it was still going up until last week before giving up the ghost.
It's too bad that you could only bring 200 pounds of alien meat back to your space-wagon.
I'm happy that it still works in Windows 7.
An anonymous reader writes to mention that Microsoft has rolled out a preview version of their Bing Search site earlier than expected. Microsoft's hope at putting a dent in Google's ubiquitous search presence, Bing has several new features including Bing Cashback, Bing Video, and Bing xRank. "Bing Video is really great because of the new thumbnail video feature. Try searching for E3 at Bing Video and you'll quickly see how it works. Simply hover over a video and it starts playing instantly. This is fantastic from the consumer's point of view but what about the publisher? It's almost like Microsoft is stepping on their toes by deploying video search in this manner. Would a user still click on to the site if they can watch the whole video from within the search results? Fair use definitely comes into mind here. Perhaps there should be a 30second limitation on the 'thumbnail preview?'"