You know, if you had a band, and you were really determined to stay an underground band, instead of putting a vulgarity in your band name like in the olden days, you could just name your band "HTTP" so that nobody could search for it on Google. That would prove how underground you really are.
Google hires two sorts of engineers, both aimed at encouraging the art of fast failure. First, it looks for young risk takers. "We look for smart," says Wayne Rosing, who heads Google's engineering ranks. "Smart as in, do they do something weird outside of work, something off the beaten path? That translates into people who have no fear of trying difficult projects and going outside the bounds of what they know."
Apparently, the Christian-style wedding business in booming in Japan (they tell me close to 70% of weddings are now Christian), and there is a big demand for foreign Christians to play the role of priest/minister. You don't have to be an ordained minister or anything like that. For the sake of consistency, the company I will work for (and many others as well) make new pastors take a correspondence course on Christian doctrine, liturgy, etc. The salary is great. As a matter of fact I'll probably end up earning more working just on the weekends than I did working full time as a programmer.
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Josh Howard, Wake Forest's All-America basketball player, opposes an American attack on Iraq. Howard expressed his opinion yesterday when a Winston-Salem Journal reporter asked if he was concerned about war disrupting the NCAA Tournament. "It's crazy, man," Howard said. "I think personally it's Bush, man ... He's doing too much, man. He's mad because they about killed his daddy - what, about five years ago, six years ago? After what happened in 9/11, I felt like - I was telling the guys - like it was at a club, like somebody stole (from) him. He turned around, the first person he seen, he's ready to fight. Basically that's what he's doing, because Saddam had been, like, quiet for a while, and he was over there looking for bin Laden. Now he can't find bin Laden, he's running to Saddam. Now he's ready to kick him out of Iraq. I mean, it's crazy, man."
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- In three days the Fire Ants will play a game for the first time since November 30, 2001. And Sean Dolan still doesn't have skates.
After dinner, watch a first-run movie... join the stargazers... share a nightcap and conversation... or just stretch out and relax. When you awaken the next morning, you'll be treated to a refreshing continental breakfast, and before you know it, you'll be back in your own car and on your way. And you'll be smiling.
Scientists have set a new internet speed record by transferring 6.7 gigabytes of data across 10,978 kilometres (6,800 miles), from Sunnyvale in the US to Amsterdam in Holland, in less than one minute
IM has what experts call "presence," meaning that senders know whether the desired recipient of an instant message is online. Second, there is immediacy; senders and receivers communicate through text messages in real time. Then, there is urgency; as e-mail in-boxes get jammed with junk e-mail, IM has become the most reliable way to ensure that an electronic message receives priority attention. Finally, there is control; computer users have the power to message people they choose, while avoiding others.