I'm quite puzzled about the plug for SeaMonkey because it's not a new project. SeaMonkey is the successor of the original Netscape/Mozilla browser suite and it was the flagship product of Mozilla then. Firefox (originally named Phoenix then Firebird) was created in response to the bloat of Mozilla.
I'm relying only on my memory and didn't double check the facts so I may be wrong but I feel the OP seems to be too young to know this which is a bit shocking because I'm just 29.
“The scientist does not study nature because it is useful; he studies it because he delights in it, and he delights in it because it is beautiful. If nature were not beautiful, it would not be worth knowing, and if nature were not worth knowing, life would not be worth living.”
I haven't read this paper's supplementary information but according to the SI of their 5-million books paper, about 6.2% of the books in their filtered (serials removed) corpus are off by 5 years.
FYI, particle physics is high-energy physics and different from nuclear physics. CERN deliberately does not engage with nuclear physics.
...and thanks for the fish! (There must be an H2G2 comment here somewhere...)
There should be a Matrix comment here somewhere...
Me to. I don't like *Ubuntu and I'm too spoiled to use Fedora (KDE is no longer its primary DE too).
According to CCNA Sem 1, a hub is a multiport repeater that operates in layer 1. A switch is a multiport bridge that operates in layer 2. I thought these definitions are universally accepted and used, until I used non-Cisco devices. I now have to refer to L2 and L3 switches even if CCNA taught me that these are switches and routers, respectively.
As a researcher, it will make my life easier in case I move on to studying Facebook. Everything in there is publicly available.
According to the README file, the download contains the following:
The script used to generate these files (v1)
The script that will be used for the second pass (v2)
The full URLs to every profile
All names, including duplicates
All names, no duplicates
All names, no duplicates but with a count
All first names (with count)
All last names (with count)
All first initial last name (with count)
All first name last initial (with count)
You should realize that Google suggestions are customized to each user. It's very likely that you are logged in or has cookies stored in your browser. Now, tell us, why do you think those were the suggestions you got?
ASCII a stupid question, you get an EBCDIC answer.