burtonator needs a place to live in San Francisco... if you know of anyone with a room who doesn't mind lice let me know || http://bugzilla.whitehouse.gov/
sateh: Well, the FTC is looking into the Passport breach and could slap Microsoft with a fine of $2.2 trillion to cover all 200 million violated users.
dev0: Kilts rule
sateh: If patterns are good ideas that can be re-applied to new situations, AntiPatterns: Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis looks at what goes wrong in software development, time and time again. This entertaining and often enlightening text defines what seasoned developers have long suspected: despite advances in software engineering, most software projects still fail to meet expectations--and about a third are cancelled altogether.
rik: !Decoding the human genome
A_Young: IBM P/N:1234567 is a keyboard
coderman: my favorite quip from Diana (who posted) "Note: Evil Boss Unit be tellin' lies. I didn't bug nobody. I sent him one email. And I apologized for that. Evil Boss Unit be a sexist who believes wimmin ought to be seen and not heard. We'll see about that in the new Iraq."
A_Young: Toronto Star May. 7, 2003 -- Activists protest use of pesticides against West Nile
A_Young: WTF? US wants to lift sanctions on iraq at last, ok, but giving the UN a role in post-war iraq? did someone do something with the real president?
kherr: Take the quiz and find out if your profile could stop you from traveling in Ashcroft's America.
A_Young: "'He's my man, he was great' -- President Bush on Mr Sahhaf"
A_Young: [ The data used to create the maps comes from the Census Bureau, an agency of the U.S. Government, and is in the public domain. Thus the maps you can download from this site are in the public domain and you are free to use them as you choose. They are created on the fly and displayed on the screen in a raster (or bit map) format. They aren't meant to be imported into other mapping or GIS packages.|http://www.census.gov/geo/www/tiger
A_Young: Wish there were more of 'em ;)
coderman: "he recently opened $30 million Sapphire Gentlemen's Club sits on seven acres and boasts marble floors and plasma televisions. It has 10 sky boxes that allow customers a sweeping view of about 40,000 feet devoted to topless dancing."
coderman: <Fed> we have privacy problems right now: all sorts of usefull information is DENIED to us, the benevolent government, because of these privacy problems. CAPS-II and TIA will solve this problem nicely.
wmf: nanotech + /.: a dangerous combination