Hard Drive Overclocking Competition From Secau
If you're OC'ing an SSD, wouldn't it be blue smoke? http://www.ncat.edu/~dowtin/pc/smoke.html Can you effectively OC an SSD?
Keeping a PC Personal At School?
If no one else brings one, why do you need one?
End of problem.
US To Require That New Cars Get 42 MPG By 2016
are they going to run on fish or tea?
Improbable I tell you...
Go For a Masters, Or Not?
The biggest problem in the school systems regarding Teachers is not what they know, it's how they teach. There are at least two Teachers in my HS District that would rather plow through the curriculum and berate students trying to understand than take the time to enlighten them. It's a shame...
Is a $72.5m Opening Weekend Enough For Star Trek?
The commercials always hype any new movie. I did happen to see Wolverine. I'd give it a 7 out of 10.
I may go see Star Trek this coming weekend but from what I've read even non Trekkies thought it was great.
German Gov To Ban Paintballing After Shooting
Who's the leading manufacturer of BB Guns in Germany? Looks like I"ll be investing...
Small Nuclear Power Plants To Dot the Arctic Circle
Don't worry this is a fast track to melting the ice caps, so I'm buying beach front property in the Sahara, Death Valley, and Gobi deserts. =) I'm thinking perhaps they watched too many reruns of Total Recall.
Would You Pay For YouTube Videos?
That'll be $1.99 for viewing this commentary.
Best Star (Wars or Trek) Battle
I am assuming this is a battle to the death. If so, then either outcome is benefitial.
Wait, is this battle taking place "pre-traveller"?
Don't forget, Wesley does get some type of powers. Not that the sissy deserved them.
This fight is good only for the comical value, which is why I voted for it.
Jar-Jar slaps Wesley; Ow! That hurt!
Wesley slaps Jar-Jar; Youse'em hits like a girl!
Jar-Jar slaps Wesley; I am a girl! You brute!
and so on...
What Would Benefit Most By Adopting an Open-Source Development Method?
Can you really tell me with all good faith that any religion has not obscured or changed some part of their scriptures due to misrepresentataion of intent in original text, personal agenda, or group agenda for that matter?
I'm not trying to sway belief, but opening ones mind to all possibilities. You are quite correct imho that it's alot like Microsoft. Without some earth shattering publicized proof that something that has been taken as truth for hundreds of years is incorrect due to one of the above, religion is fairly closed to change.