Campbell Ritchie wrote:Thank you, and happy new year to you too.
Tim Cooke wrote:Sinead O'Connor doesn't usually have hair. Are you sure you're not thinking of The Cranberries? Probably the song Zombie?
Wolfgang Benfattoum wrote:List of computers>
1. ZX 81 16 kB extension
2. TI 99/4A
3. Commodore 64
4. Amiga 600
5. After that PC's only, never had any MACs.
During the the time of the home computer era I got hands on (through friends with other home computers) ZX Spectrum, Atari 400/800.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— / I took the one less traveled by, / And that has made all the difference.” How refreshing it is to quote freely from another iconic Robert Frost poem, “The Road Not Taken,” published in his poetry collection Mountain Interval in 1916. Its copyright expired in 1992 and that has made all the difference. The poem has inspired lyrics from Bruce Hornsby, Melissa Etheridge and George Strait, and its phrases have been used to sell cars, careers, computers and countless dorm room posters that feature the final lines as an exhortation to individualism that the poet likely never intended.
Tim Moores wrote:Hackers, crackers, nerds and geeks are all different groups, possibly overlapping to some degree, but by no means fully so.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Well, the chances of legislation actually working are slim. The only examples I can remember that had the desired effect were in 1965 (approx) when a limit was introduced on how much you can drink before driving, in 1983 when it became compulsory to wear seatbelts, and in 2007 when it became illegal to smoke inside many buildings. .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:
Tim Moores wrote:...2: Our pterol taxes are adjusted alll too frequently...,
When I was in my very first time in UK was shocked from diesel price ; diesel was more costly than benzine in practice the opposite than used in every European country I am aware; dunno why that someone knows?
Tim Moores wrote:One would like to think that things have changed since 1995. But maybe not humor.
Adrian Grabowski wrote:Yeah, a guy who eats junk food, cannot talk to women, watches Start Trek and plays video games, might seem like a harmless geek but I see potential problems in the future
Adrian Grabowski wrote:This guide should be called "How to date an incel" instead
Campbell Ritchie wrote:But you still have to make do with substandard roads, schools, policing, etc.
Is it good news that audits will fail? Or only for lawyers?