I'm still waiting for a Leonard Nimoy Futurama head-in-a-jar with Real Torgo Eating action. Maybe they already sold it.
It's like a tattoo that won't come off until the next machine comes along.
The experience should be something like a face tattoo.
Created On:21-Oct-2010 18:09:32 UTC
It's the responsibility of any person responsible for a project to ensure a backup domain(s) is available in the case the domain owner become estranged from the project.
A good example of proper planning.
If you're a good programmer, pow, you got it.
Yea, as good an idea as it is to send more traffic to a hacked site, I appreciate
You forgot to mention that when SF decided to close source their application they took the source code as-is and stole all the work open source developers like myself had contributed to the project. I had started contributing heavily just before they took the source and called it theirs with no reimbursement or acknowledgment to developers like me.
For me SF has no credibility.
That 'hatching period' isn't employed by many coders and the result is a product which isn't thought-through. I always take time for a nap and an episode of Futurama whenever I get tasked with a new project. Finding the right solution, using whatever path works best for you, is the primary goal of programming.
A very close second to the IBM Model M, this Alps mechanical keyswitch keyboard types faster than any other due to the fast response of the Alps.
It's not as loud as a Model M but it's top of the line in clicky-clacks.
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I invite everyone read my favorite "Future"(subscription or university connection required):