It's mostly older stuff this time; I was aiming for the theme of "hiphop in unusual places".
And how's that working out for you?
Also, if you happen to have the dingus that lets you plug a normal SVGA monitor into an SGI Indy, I could give that a good home too.
I want to actually run some of these old copies of Netscape that I have. I have an Intel iMac running MacOS 10.5.1. What is the easiest way to do that, without spending money? Presumably the answer involves running an emulator, of which there are many. I've tried a couple and not gotten far. (I don't have a preference on whether I run the Mac, Windows, or Linux binaries. Whichever is easiest.)
Facts please, not theories.
The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a $1.4 million fine against 52 ABC Television Network stations over a 2003 broadcast of cop drama NYPD Blue.
The fine is for a scene where a boy surprises a woman as she prepares to take a shower. The scene depicted "multiple, close-up views" of the woman's "nude buttocks" according to an agency order issued late Friday.
ABC is owned by the Walt Disney Co. The fines were issued against 52 stations either owned by or affiliated with the network.
FCC's definition of indecent content requires that the broadcast "depicts or describes sexual or excretory activities" in a "patently offensive way" and is aired between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
The agency said the show was indecent because "it depicts sexual organs and excretory organs -- specifically an adult woman's buttocks."
The agency rejected the network's argument that "the buttocks are not a sexual organ."
I'll be expecting one of you commenters to find these alleged buttocks on the youtubes.
(Did you know usenet still existed? Wacky. I'm tempted to tag this with "retrocomputing" on that basis alone.)
From: Moshe Goldfarb <brick.n.st...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Gnome-screensaver ... nice touch
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 14:38:14 -0500
On Wed, 06 Feb 2008 04:31:51 +0000, [H]omer wrote:
> Usually I just stick with xscreensaver,
Is this what Linux advocacy has sunk to?
Don't you guys have anything more interesting to talk about than patents and screen savers?
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
* Where by "hilarious" I mean "mildly amusing".
The old signs were getting kind of beat up and tagged, so I had these made. Getting them customized wasn't actually that much more expensive than the off-the-shelf signs are... I drew these up in Illustrator, and then had them laser-cut out of plastic by Laser Alliance. (Getting the braille bumps on them was a bit of a hassle, though.)
When I was pointing these out to people the other day, someone said, "It baffles me the things you get excited about."