I pretty much believe the printed books will disappear in the near future.
Yes, right after the year of the Linux-powered flying car.
I've gotten this ad twice in the last two days, using Firefox with Adblock Plus and pop-up blocking. This is the line in the nytimes.com article that was responsible the second time:
<div id="adxBigAd" class="columnGroup"><!-- ADXINFO classification="bigad" campaign="Vonage01_1163613_nyt12"--><iframe src="http://tradenton.com/?id=21610438" width="300" height="250" scrolling="no" hspace="0" frameborder="0"></iframe></div></code>
Apparently Adblock isn't blocking the particular iframe that's responsible. I have the particular files I received in this series of redirects, if anyone is interested. I got all this information using the HttpFox plugin.
Who is this Noone fellow?
I wish I had mod points. The parent's post is pretty well on topic. My first reaction to the grandparent's post was that "Noone" was an intentional typo, since it was replying to a post about a typo. Now I'm not so sure.
OK, now I'm replying to a post about a typo that was in another post about a typo. I hope my post doesn't have any typos...
We have those -- they're called microwaveable TV dinners, and they taste terrible. The future isn't all it was cracked up to be.The housewife simply determines in advance her menus for the week, then slips prepackaged meals into the freezer and lets the automatic food utility do the rest.
FORTUNE'S FUN FACTS TO KNOW AND TELL: #44 Zebras are colored with dark stripes on a light background.