Modern trainers cause running injuries:
BS-1363 for everything right now.
Our newest building has a lot of sockets with a new European power plug topology, where you jam it in and rotate it.
I can't find anything about it on the web, though.
I use magnets for whiteboards, and thumbtacks for pinboards and cubicle walls. Blu-Tac, putty, or similar for other surfaces.
This poll is really revealing the most common wall surfaces used for sticking notes to, not people's stiction preferences.
As I understand it, the US mainstream media is almost entirely owned by a small handful of companies.
They often have a vested interest in the stories they choose to report on or avoid.
> Reporters Steve Wilson and Jane Akre were first asked by FOX News and later bribed,
> to downplay a story they had on a cancer-causing growth hormone called Posilac
> which is growth hormone for dairy cows which is absorbed by humans through milk.
> The reporters decided to blow the whistle on FOX News and filed a law suit.
> After the ordeal was over, it was discovered in the appeals court that it's
> actually not against the law to falsify the "News."
> a pay-per-month model of getting access to a DRM-free library does sound good
Q: So, how much is that?
A: It's basically infinity dollars.
Back in University, I had a friend doing Civil Engineering.
He had a clip from the yellow pages on his dorm room door. It read:
"Civil Engineering: See - BORING."
Ever seen 'Survivors' (1975) ?
Here's the opening sequence, depicting the accident with the bottle, and the subsequent rapid spread of the disease.
> The soul of juggling is passing objects between two or more jugglers (I humbly assert).
Absolutely yes, amongst the juggling population in my vicinity this seems to be generally regarded as the ultimate expression of the art.
Some jugglers like 4 count with tricks best, but there's a notable resurgence of interest in passing with both hands - 3 count and other such patterns.
Nice to hear from another juggler here on Slashdot.
What is now proved was once only imagin'd. -- William Blake