... does it run Linux?
... does it run Linux?
I prefer JOWE - Johnny's Own Version of Vim and Emacs
(of course the double V makes a W in the acronym)
Or I'll supersoak the flyer.
Wine is often sufficient.
A student writing a final exam in large room goes over on time.
When approaching the front of the room to hand in the exam, a proctor informs the student that the exam is late and cannot be accepted.
The student says: "DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?" to import some great significance.
The proctor answers "No," as if he did not care.
At which point, the student quickly thrusts his exam into the middle of the pile on the desk and runs away.
The mugger likely searched the victim on FB after the mugging.
FB saw one person searching out another and suggested the pairing to the victim.
With only 50 FB friends and a hidden profile, FB gives me suggestions all of the time.
Often, the suggestions only make sense if the suggested friend had tried searching for me on FB.
I use my cell phone for texting - the Q5 has a great keyboard.
I bought a new one last fall for about 1/3 its original cost.
I started on a Vic20 and found the Programmers Reference Guide most (in)valuable.
I found a Win32 API book useful a dozen (or more?) years ago.
Now I'm on Debian variants, and Google is most helpful.
I wouldn't worry about Win10 reference manuals unless you were offline.
I could part with dollars, and my father-in-law could receive Euros without any delay.
For the purpose of trade, let the banks handle the transaction:
Soon, I'll be able to send funds via Bitcoin through my bank's web interface.
I won't worry about losing my Bitcoin wallet - the bank will take over that risk.
I'll log in and choose to send regular currency to another account; one of my options will be a Bitcoin transaction.
My bank and the other account's bank will handle the Bitcoin.
I'll see regular currency leave my account and the other party will see regular currency enter his/her account.
Curing blindness sounds admirable - but at what cost?
Don't forget the unseen side effects!
The first Google hit on CRISPR side effects is:
The last millennium ended Dec 31, 2000 - in my time zone.
... liies a smolderiin' [moulderin'] in the ground.
When I was young, I thought the lyric was "smolderin'," and I wondered what John Brown did to make so many people happy that he was smoldering in hell.
Of course the song laments the death of John Brown and the the lyric is "moulderin'."
Kids use the words they hear most often.
Unfortunately, "terrorist" is a much more common word than "terraced."
Isn't that where the monolith lies?
I'm still waiting for the advent of the computer science groupie.