Maybe because there were very few people in the world at the time who could even understand, much less critique, the ideas put forth by these men.
he's a terrorist
The moon driving in GT6 is totally worth it, it was a stupendous evening when I completed that level.
>> Or more lefthanded ones?
I vote for this one!
>> You don't need to reinvent the wheel every 5 years, just because it's been 5 years.
You do if that's your bidness model
>> If you don't learn history you're doomed to repeat it.
“What we learn from history is that we do not learn from history”
In my defense, I was being facetious playing on the meme, he can take as long as he wants, it's his baby.
Quit playing D&D and finish the Ice and Fire already.
I get at least 10% better on the highway using no ethanol premium in my Mustang GT. I took a bit to find a no ethanol station but after I did I became a loyal customer.
Was the Command Line by Neal Stephenson
When you consider that Fenimore Cooper was not a professional writer and only started his writing career after complaining to his wife about a book he did not like to which she told him to write one himself, I think Twain should cut him some slack. Just sayin...
I got a BBBlack from LogicSupply.com last week.
Read it, MFs!
Powershift - Alvin Toffler
Published in 1990, might be interesting to see how his predictions fared.
The Third Wave - Alvin Toffler
Published in 1980, the second book of the trilogy.
Future Shock - Alvin Toffler
Published in 1970, my introduction to the fact that there were books other than SF worth reading.
I see he has written another, Revolutionary Wealth, which I must now go acquire.
I have two boxen with Arch and two with Fedora (19 and Beta20), I use the Fedora as my 'personal' machine and keep
I had my parents on a Fedora box, but quickly saw that I needed a longer term, lower maintenance solution, and have them on Arch for several months now.
I switched from Crux to Arch years ago but got off it when I had some update breakage issues or something that peeved me (or caught my eye elsewhere, so many distros, so little time and all that), but have been toying with it again for a year or so and it is rock solid and no throwing the baby out with the bathwater, so far.
Anywho, to make a short post long, Arch is a good idea for someone who doesn't mind getting a little grease under their fingernails now and then.