The pool.ntp.org project is a big virtual cluster of timeservers striving to provide reliable easy to use NTP service for millions of clients without putting a strain on the big popular timeservers.
It would have been more of a tribute if the by-line had mentioned his voice work for the seminal (pun intended) Captain Pugwash.
Hawkins' achievements included doing all the voices for "Captain Pugwash," a pirate cartoon that ran from 1957 to 1966 and for the later "Sir Prancelot."
Gaming didn't cause that child's death, neglect did. If the couple went out to to a baseball game and the child died, would we be seeing stories about it in the sports section?
"I am computer literate! I have 22 years in computer systems engineering and operation. Now, can you tell me how to remove 'your software' that you acknowledge you provided free of charge? I consider this 'hacking.'"
But Nintendo is well known for gimmicks.
Umm...yeah it was. At least, it was here in Canada. I used to have one when I was a collector and there was no one's name but Nintendo's on it. Who's brand was on it when you had it?
What about the penguins?
For the record, The Register must note that the ubermeister of Wikipedia appears to be alive and well
The "news" of his death consisted of a random edit to his own, particularly fulsome entry on the encyclopedia he helped create.
Other than what I assume is a typo in the album's release date (2025 instead of 2005) I don't get what is special about the link. Anybody care to clue me in?
According to a March 2005 New York Times article , production costs for the album have reached $13 million, probably the most expensive recording ever.
In December 2005, Amazon.com officially put up a listing for an album titled "Welcome to the Jungle". No additional information was provided except for the price being marked at $21.49 and a slated release date of December 31, 2025. There was speculation that Amazon may have mistakenly marked the possible "Greatest Hits II" or "Chinese Democracy" as "Welcome to the Jungle". Now there is a page at Amazon.com for Chinese Democracy.
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How did this differ from standard CTF? Just curious as I never played it.
We have reached a new era of gaming news, when it includes vocabulary like "confuted".
Who do these people think they are writing to?
Instead, how about fretting over the completely disgusting and utterly senseless waste of money?
I guess it depends on whether you think it's more fun to create something or destroy something.