It could save the Internets!
To foil the stop-point matching, just make random stops wherever you go. I'm sure my fellow motorists on the highways will understand.
Also, no sandworms!
Twasn't an apostrophe, ye dog. It be the stray mark of a sharp cutlass.
It's actually a marker laid down by the Vogon construction fleet for the up coming Hyper Space Express Route.
Nope. Eddies in the space-time continuum. ("And this is his sofa, is it?")
So, you've built something, or at least you've learned something. Then you need to go to conferences, meetups, bars, whatever floats your social boat and explain what you did. Memorialize it in blog posts, articles, or documentation (please?). Even a failed project will spin off some small piece that stands by itself and fills a need somewhere.
The only matte displays I can find anymore are Lenovo T-series and a few specific Dells. It's just weird.
The samsung series 9 has a matte screen, and it's a very nice laptop, if you can get past the price and lack of dvd.
FWIW, it's common for map makers and atlas makers to include some false streets and features. This is to enable them to prove that someone else copied from them. Perhaps this is one of those receiving publicity?
Like "Geek Street" in San Francisco, a spurious feature like this is known as "bunny":
Use the entire turkey as heatsink in a radically overclocked PC.
Why can't you just overclock the turkey?
Yeah but if someone gives you a bag containing 1000 pounds of (minced) beef, then you empty the beef out and some of the beef is stuck to the insides of the bag, and you throw the bag away you can't claim that you didn't originally receive 1000 pounds of beef.
Is that like when some of the bytes stick to the inside of the series of tubes?
In soviet Russia, the standard chooses you!
In soviet Russia, the standard forks you!
There. Fixed that for
PHP itself is an acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.. But then what does "PHP" stand for?
Programmers Hate PHP.
That's twenty degrees celsius, which is quite warm where I'm from.
That's twenty degrees of *WOOSH*, which is quite embarrassing where I'm from.