I thought this was The Star.
I'm sure it's not frivolous for the victim -- they're just going after who has the most money.
In Theory, Theory and Practice are the same; in Practice, they're different.
She was *red hot*!
to Bill Nye.
Beakman's assistant was *way hotter* than any bunsen burner Nye had. . .
I think you may have missed the point (and, I don't think his point was clearly made). The thing about "all those shark attacks" that took place 5-10 years ago one Summer? Not statistically significant, in terms of the annual average. There really weren't *more* shark attacks that year, just more got reported. People don't realize that, then they freak out, stay at home, and die from carbon monoxide poisoning or raining frogs.
Miniature surveillance aircraft would never need to return to base if they could cling to overhead power lines to recharge their batteries. Now engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are close to perfecting the trick – taking inspiration from birds.
Uh, the birds aren't recharging.
Gack! Some of those look awful. . .
No, it's the screen doors you have to worry about. . .
I took my 22 year old Leading Edge Model D [complete with 640k RAM and huge 40 Mb HD] to the recyclers yesterday.
My first real computer, purchased with my own money.
LEWP was a decent word processor.
Maybe that's redundant, but "james" has tried 7500 times in the last 5 days to login to a machine that neither allows password authentication, nor has a user named "james".
Something is broken on their end.
Eric the half-a-bat.
For a small business that is just now looking at getting an Exchange server, what would be the bess OSS alternative?
Thinking that it would be much easier to build and integrate the OSS solution from the ground up, rather than shoehorn it into an existing Exchange environment, what's the best approach here?
Insightful?! You've got to be kidding me--do the damned math, it's 8.8 hours per workday.
Shit, I'm already doing 10+ hrs/day. 80 in 9 days would be gravy. . .
As in certain cults it is possible to kill a process if you know its true name. -- Ken Thompson and Dennis M. Ritchie