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Or fruit for that matter.
Ooops, you're right. I was a generation off.
You do realize who his father was?
Is the quality "star" one of mass, or energy output? Where between white and brown do you draw the line?
has 16GB, not 8GB, of RAM.
The primary pigment in white paint?
There is no gag order. The Republicans on the FCC committee have refused to file the correct paperwork to allow this go forward. Pretty sleazy, but the Republicans have become pros at that.
I can pretty much say we're all guaranteed to die. Might as well accomplish something along the way.
sums up one of the potential dangers of this technology.
"Gerhard shows his findings to Ross, who realizes that the seizures are getting more frequent. She explains that Benson is learning to initiate seizures involuntarily because the result of these seizures is a shock of pleasure, which leads to him having more frequent seizures. Ross checks on Benson, and discovers that, due to the clerical error of the nurses not having been able to read McPherson's signature, Benson has not been receiving his Thorazine. She then finds out that Benson, using the black wig and disguising himself as an orderly, has evaded the police officer assigned to guard him and escaped from the hospital."
is far more entertaining than a mere goto.
Rob Pike and I came to the conclusion that you can get too concise in a language. The example was APL.
UNIX RTR is still used to place most of your phone calls. It ain't dead yet. There are still a lot of Fortune 500's running the majority of their operation on AIX, Solaris, or even HP/UX.
Back in the "Good Old Days" Social Security cards were clearly marked as "DO NOT USE FOR IDENTIFICATION"
Sadly, when Emperor Reagan was elected, we forgot all that.
Prior to that, it was illegal to use your SSN for identification, outside of the military.
I think it was the military who pioneered the use of an SSN as an ID.