Modern trainers cause running injuries:
BS-1363 for everything right now.
Our newest building has a lot of sockets with a new European power plug topology, where you jam it in and rotate it.
I can't find anything about it on the web, though.
I use magnets for whiteboards, and thumbtacks for pinboards and cubicle walls. Blu-Tac, putty, or similar for other surfaces.
This poll is really revealing the most common wall surfaces used for sticking notes to, not people's stiction preferences.
As I understand it, the US mainstream media is almost entirely owned by a small handful of companies.
They often have a vested interest in the stories they choose to report on or avoid.
> Reporters Steve Wilson and Jane Akre were first asked by FOX News and later bribed,
> to downplay a story they had on a cancer-causing growth hormone called Posilac
> which is growth hormone for dairy cows which is absorbed by humans through milk.
> The reporters decided to blow the whistle on FOX News and filed a law suit.
> After the ordeal was over, it was discovered in the appeals court that it's
> actually not against the law to falsify the "News."
> a pay-per-month model of getting access to a DRM-free library does sound good
Q: So, how much is that?
A: It's basically infinity dollars.
Back in University, I had a friend doing Civil Engineering.
He had a clip from the yellow pages on his dorm room door. It read:
"Civil Engineering: See - BORING."
Ever seen 'Survivors' (1975) ?
Here's the opening sequence, depicting the accident with the bottle, and the subsequent rapid spread of the disease.
"I never let my schooling get in the way of my education." -- Mark Twain