...the site has now been taken down, and redirects to an article on their main website.
It did take them several attempts to get it right though.. first redirecting to twww.conservatives.com
Yep, with a t
We're gonna have another IE6 on our hands in a few years time - every other browser (and maybe IE9, IE10 and so on) will (hopefully) be implementing HTML5 properly in the future but XP users will be stuck with IE8 so websites will never you be able to make the switch to HTML5 (replacing Flash with <video> etc..) because of having to support IE8
DynaSoar writes: "Brian May http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_May, lead guitarist for Queen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_(band) has successfully defended his astrophysics thesis at London's Imperial College http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20424659/. He still must resubmit his written thesis after making required corrections, but this is pro forma. He is to formally receive his doctorate in May 2008, nearly 40 years after turning from his studies to become a professional musician. The subject of his thesis, entitled "Radial Velocities in the Zodiacal Dust Cloud," is based on work he did in Tenerife in the 1960's. He has two prior scientific publications on this topic, in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (166, 429 — 448 (1974)), and in Nature (240, 401 — 402 (15 December 1972))."
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