Doesn't just *allowing* the use of numbers and special characters automatically increase the search space size, regardless of whether the user takes advantage of them? It's the fact that cracking systems will focus on all letters first which makes them weaker, right?
If that's TMBG, I'll eat an eggplant (and I really don't like eggplant).
I'm not John, John, any of the Dans, or Marty, but to answer your question, you probably heard On the Drag, from the Working Undercover for the Man EP. Info here: http://tmbw.net/wiki/On_The_Drag
Weren't there Disney robots that did this in EPCOT Center, back in the 80s?
So *this* is why we have a pending helium shortage?
"Explain again how sheep's bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes."
This would be news to the command crew of the Enterprise D, who couldn't come to grips with the idea of turning more flight control over to the computer in Booby Trap.
Yup, that's what I've always called it. And a T is a three-way intersection.
I still think they are a pretty neat idea.
Exactly what I was thinking. I hope it doesn't turn the Mozilla project into a mad super-villain, which in turn changes all other software on Earth into copies of itself.
And two victory points!
Hey, if the guys with cannons say Baltimore is a state, who's going to argue?
I get, alternately, 97/100 or 100/100, with a "LINKTEST FAILED" message in red regardless of the score. According to an unsubstantiated statement on Wikipedia's Acid3 page, "The testing report claims that test 26 took too long and thus is not within the 30fps criteria."