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Comment Love & Respect (Score 1) 1146

This was an excellent foundation to our marriage. Built on foundations described in the Bible, following the tenents in this series has helped us stay out of trouble.

I've noticed that most of the advice on here pertains to guys alone. The woman has a part in the marriage too. She's supposed to respect her husband unconditionally. The man is supposed to love her unconditionally, a sacrificial love, "as Christ so loved the church."

It's worked out wonderfully for my wife and I, and you don't really need to be a Christian to take the advice to heart.

Cats "Exploit" Humans By Purring 503

An anonymous reader notes a BBC report on research recently published in the journal Current Biology, indicating that cats manipulate humans by adding a baby-like cry to their purring. "Cat owners may have suspected as much, but it seems our feline friends have found a way to manipulate us humans. Researchers at the University of Sussex have discovered that cats use a 'soliciting purr' to overpower their owners and garner attention and food. Unlike regular purring, this sound incorporates a 'cry,' with a similar frequency to a human baby's. The team said cats have 'tapped into' a human bias — producing a sound that humans find very difficult to ignore."

Deleting Files is a Crime? 510

cemaco writes "A former employee of International Airport Centers, who is currently embroiled in a legal dispute with them, returned his company laptop as required. Hoping to find incriminating evidence, I.A.C. attempted to retrieve deleted information from the laptop in question with no success. This employee had beaten them to the punch. He had used 'secure delete' software, in order to make sure nothing could be recovered. He is now being charged with a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act."

Comment Great stuff! (Score 3, Interesting) 147

I've watched the episode with the Podcast and it was great! I had already seen the episode, and seeing it again with the Director's Commentary definitely added to the experience. I've seen the Director's Commentary for other television shows like CSI, but then I had to pay upwards of $60US per season for the privildge. Giving this kind of material away is fantastic and I applaud the SciFi channel for doing it! Granted, I'm sure this promotion is designed to get me hooked so that I end up buying the $60 DVD set when it comes out, but so be it. I'd like to know that I'll like it before I buy it!
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Just tried 7Up's new drink, It's called dnL with the subtitle Turn your thirst upside down. Quite a pleasant experience, it's caffiennated, so will be my new geek drink of choice.
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It's been a while since I wrote in my journal... so here goes. Running one's own mail server is cool... no spam as long as you are carefull who you give your address to. Even easier if you make accounts for the various businesses you have to give an email to. Got samba running on my server last week. Now I can keep my mp3's in a location safe from my tampering with my desktop. Plan to add a Mux to my list of servers soon, just to play around with.


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