But what happens if they read your fingerprints in the reflection from your glasses?
One is never too old to play with toys.
"Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!"
(Sorry for the paradigm shift, but it seemed appropriate.)
I predict the top vote getter in the poll will be Botty McBotFace.
The nickel today is not what it was fifteen years ago. Do you know what this country needs today? A seven cent nickel. Yes siree, we've been using the five-cent nickel in this country since 1492. Now that's pretty near 100 years daylight saving. Now why not give the seven cent nickel a chance? If that works out, next year we can have an eight cent nickel. Think what that would mean? You could go to a newsstand, buy a three cent newspaper, and get the same nickel back again. One nickel carefully used would last a family a life-time.
significant removal of features
WMC to me was a waste of time considering all the great Linux based solutions out there.
How many of those "great Linux based solutions" support CableCard? I have TWC, and I want to be able to view and record programs. None of the Linux based solutions I looked at will support a CableCard-enabled tuner such as HDHomeRun Prime.
It seems to be a lot from the spreadsheet so I wonder how it gets in. What ingredient has all that cadmium?
Maybe they use recycled NiCd batteries?
The question was also posted to the Multivac, but as of this writing, there is insufficient data for a meaningful answer.
In music, there is something called a Shepard tone, which is a series of skillfully combined harmonics that, when listened to as a loop, appears to be constantly ascending.
Perhaps the "expanding universe" is something like that.
That funny sound the videocassette makes when you push it in the VCR, and the tape winds around the drum, and finally it starts playing.
I can't read a story about this probe without hearing Jerry Lewis screaming in my head.
I would say that "reboot" can mean different things, in much the same way that "Zathras" can refer to more than one individual, depending on how you pronounce it
I guess in multiverse #2, Isaac Asimov's story "The Last Question" would have been quite different.
Are you remembering this?
(I remember reading that Science & Mechanics article in the day.)
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