More than once, I've been quite happy I was using VIM to edit my files
on Windows NT machines when they crashed, because it logs every line or
two you type to a file.
> OutPost Network is a series of brands now owned by infospace loosely
> centered around personalized contact: v-postcards, real cards, v-pages,
> prank mail, humor books, getting off junk mail lists, requesting college
> catalogs, a whole slew of such services. I bought a $4 card from them and
> had a very pleasant, professional, and quick buying experience.
Getting off junk mail lists? Does this mean they do spam, or sell
"list cleaning" services to spammers? Or do they print and mail a
request to the Direct Marketing Association?
> about other garage violations -- including an infamously abusive fellow
> who's got a washer/dryer/gym in there instead of a car...
What exactly is wrong with that?
> Canon Computer Systems is shipping a seven-color ink jet printer priced
> under $450 and aimed at home users and small businesses that need to
> generate images comparable to 35mm photos in quality.
Wow. Does this mean we can print Pantone colors? :)
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