Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1998:September:05 Saturday <Friday, Sunday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1998/9/5 [Uncategorized] UID:14549 Activity:nil
9/4     If the open-source paradigm was extended to societies, would
        that be socialism?
1998/9/5-7 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA] UID:14550 Activity:nil 52%like:15076
9/4     egcs-1.1b.tar.bz2 placed in /csua/tmp for your convenience.
        bzip2-0.1pl2.tar.gz is also there.  --PeterM
        \_ who cares??
           \_ you don't deserve an account on soda.  leave.  hoser
1998/9/5-7 [Computer/SW/Apps/Media, Computer/HW/Drives] UID:14551 Activity:high
9/5     2001: HAL = IBM - 111
        \_ Uhm... duh.
        \_ oh boy you're the first person who ever noticed that.
        \_ Martin Gardner's _Mathematical Circus_, published in 1979, and
           containing columns written prior to that year, mentions this fact
           on p. 110; "Clarke has since assured me that it was totally
           accidental, and that he was astounded when the shift was first
           called to his attention."  -- schoen
           \_ not surprising considering Clarke is a fucking idiot.
                \_ fine, let's see YOU manage to live in Sri Lanka,
                   you ugly player-hater.
                        \_ Dumbshit, all the Sri Lankans have managed _that_
                           entirely unamazing feat for centuries.  What makes
                           AC Clarke such a fucking wonder man for it?  They
                           let YOU into Cal?  Have the entrance requirements
                           really dropped so low?
                           really dropped so low?  He lives in a fucking
                           palace surrounded by guards and servants. Boo hoo.
                        \_ I live in Berkeley, fuck head.  Let's see Clarke
                           try *that* for a week!  hah!
        \_ What does HAL stand for?  Thanks.
           \_ Heuristic ALogrithmic Computer
           \_ Heuristic ALgorithmic Computer
1998/9/5-7 [Computer/SW/WWW/Browsers] UID:14552 Activity:moderate
9/5     Nightly untested Mozilla builds now available @
        \_ Does not include Java, the way Netscape and other web browsers
           should be.  SSL is missing though, which is bad.
           \_ There is Cryptozilla (<DEAD><DEAD> not up to
              date, though. :-(
        \_ Truly scary.
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1998:September:05 Saturday <Friday, Sunday>