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LOLCODE is an esoteric programming language inspired by lolspeak, the language expressed in examples of the lolcat Internet meme.[1] The language was created in 2007 by Adam Lindsay, researcher at the Computing Department of Lancaster University.[2] The language is not clearly defined in terms of operator priorities and correct syntax, but several functioning interpreters and compilers already exist. One interpretation of the language has been proven Turing-complete.[3] Language structure and examples[edit] Example 1[edit] Example 2[edit] In this example,[4] commands to open a file (PLZ OPEN FILE "NAME"? Other commands include I HAS A variable for declaring variables, variable R value ("variable [is/are/being] value") for assigning them, sending error messages to the front end via INVISIBLE instead of VISIBLE, and BTW ("by the way") to denote a comment, making the parser ignore the rest of the line. Example 3[edit] Implementations[edit] Related projects[edit] References[edit] Official website

50 Things Men Wish Women Knew I just came across this article and thought it would be great for all of us ladies on here. I know my single friends and I always question what guys really want and this gives us a little more insight into that. Not to mention it's some great advice from men about what they wish we ladies knew/understood about them. Hope you enjoy!! (Also, be sure to check out our list of 50 Things Women Wish Men Knew) What He Wishes You Knew #1 Express yourself. What He Wishes You Knew #2 You look hot in running shoes and shorts. What He Wishes You Knew #3 Bare, tan shoulders are underrated. What He Wishes You Knew #4 If you think I'm speeding now, you should see me drive when you're not in the car. What He Wishes You Knew #5 If you're truly interested in us, don't play hard to get. What He Wishes You Knew #6 Shopping is a chore, not an activity. What He Wishes You Knew #7 When I screw up, go ahead and tell me—once. What He Wishes You Knew #8 What He Wishes You Knew #9 What He Wishes You Knew #10 My guy friends.

40 Remarkable Computer Desktop Mods Computer desktop is a very personal thing. Each of us has a personal preference how our desktop should looked like. Modding (customizing) a desktop can be as simple as changing the desktop wallpaper, or messing with the default icons. It can also go as far as tweaking the entire navigation as well as the look and feel. Here’s a showcase of 40 Remarkable Computer Desktop Mods (modifications) that highly represent each user’s personality together with explanations on the applications, icon sets used. Got more? Windows Air Mod Blue VS is a mod of hsn’s GUI.Air Mod. The Enigma Desktop Comes with RSS reader, Gmail Notifier, Calender, Application launder and many other interesting stuff. Winter Desk Exellent Windows Vista mod using WindowsBlind’s Abcisse Vista created by amaeli. Windows Strata Author prefers to call this Windows Strata. When Quicksilver meets Aero Windows XP with a great silver theme look and feel. VistaKernel v3 Enigma HUD. The Orange Monarch Reach Desktop3 March desktop Freedom Mac

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Did you know? Circle Dock was a N.A.N.Y. Project at DonationCoder!?!!! - Circle Dock 8 Harsh Truths that Will Improve Your Life - Dumb Little Man They say life is what we make of it. By the end of this post, I hope to have helped you decide whether that statement is true or not. There is no doubt that life has its ups and downs. However, how we deal with them can sometimes make all the difference. Some of these lessons may be old-hat for you. Friends will always come and go in your life; even though I’m back in the UK now, all my friends are in university around the country and not exactly in meeting distance. Important Lesson:There are an abundance of amazing people out there for you to meet and build relationships with. You Won’t Always Get What You Want I remember one Christmas when the only thing I had asked for was some second hand turntables for DJ’ing. You won’t always get what you want in life: people are going to be late, people will let you down, items you want won’t always be available. Important Lesson: Don’t look for happiness in material possessions and if things don’t go your way, learn to accept them.

The Code of the Geeks v3.12 The Code of the Geeks v3.12 By: Robert A. Hayden <> The HTML version of the The Geek Code v3.12 has been formatted by Dylan Northrup. Last updated: March 5, 1996 So you think you are a geek, eh? How to tell the world you are a geek, you ask? The single best way to announce your geekhood is to add your geek code to your signature file or plan and announce it far and wide. Well, here it is, finally, version 3.x of the World-Famous Geek Code. It is my hope that this new version will be much superior to version 2.x. Finally, despite my opinions to the contrary, I've left some of the "appearance" sections in. In other news, the Geek Code is starting to go mainstream. The geek code consists of several categories. Some of the qualifiers will very probably not match with you exactly. After you have determined each of your qualifiers, you need to the construct your GEEK CODE BLOCK. The following is an example Geek Code. You can also go to a particular section: GM --- Geek of Math d+

The Encyclopedia Of Scams - home Delta Scan: The Future of Science and Technology, 2005-2055: Home - *** THIS FORUM IS ARCHIVED *** Welcome to the Delta Scan. This is a forum for scanning the science and technology horizon over the next 50 years. The forum contains a hundred outlook pages covering a wide range of scientific disciplines and technologies. These include topics associated with the future geography and structure of science. WHAT IS AN OUTLOOK? The IFTF Delta Scan was produced by the Institute for the Future, a Silicon Valley think-tank, as part of a project for the Horizon Scanning Centre of the United Kingdom's Office of Science and Innovation. The database is hosted by the Stanford University Foresight Research group, housed in the university's Wallenberg Center. This database and its contents were produced by the Institute for the Future on behalf of the Office of Science and Innovation, Department of Trade and Industry, UK. © Crown copyright 2006. The material featured on this website is subject to Crown copyright protection unless otherwise indicated.

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