Kill me now.
On the other hand, I loved Supernatural's 200th episode and last week's Walking Dead. Eugene is my spirit animal.
Email: Electronic mail. A letter you send on your computer
Listserve: An electronic mailing list, similar to an instantaneous chain letter
List owners: Those who maintain the mailing list
“Re:”: The term that appears in the heading of an email you are responding to. For instance, you send an email headed “Suggestions”. The response will come back headed “Re: Suggestions”
Post: Another word for email
( Putting later events under the cut )
Does anyone know how I can get around this?
The plot: The Mad Fashionista is intent on getting a 1967 Christian Dior cheetah coat with otter collar and cuffs. But she is outbid by her worst rival, Sabrina Airchild. However, through a rather complicated set of circumstances, the Fashionista gets the coat! So she and the coat live happily ever after.
So, think of it as bad interpretive dance. We had the sound booth playing the song, and Alan used a handheld camera, and I did the rest. So, for those of you who don't know what I look like, be dazzled by my bovine grace. It's been a bit funky: you might have to go to YouTube.
Very sad...but I got a lot out of it while it was going.
Of course I'm feeling very sad, but I've been feeling sad about it a long time. I'm relieved that I ended it publicly.
However, I will still be Her on Twitter. How else will I be able to make such scabrous jokes??
Young Clark Gable approves!!
You like the internet, right? I mean, you're here.
From the link above:
As drafted, the legislation would grant the government and private parties unprecedented power to interfere with the Internet's domain name system (DNS). The government would be able to force ISPs and search engines to redirect or dump users' attempts to reach certain websites' URLs. In response, third parties will woo average users to alternative servers that offer access to the entire Internet (not just the newly censored U.S. version), which will create new computer security vulnerabilities as the reliability and universality of the DNS evaporates.
It gets worse: Under SOPA's provisions, service providers (including hosting services) would be under new pressure to monitor and police their users’ activities. While PROTECT-IP targeted sites “dedicated to infringing activities,” SOPA targets websites that simply don’t do enough to track and police infringement (and it is not at all clear what would be enough). And it creates new powers to shut down folks who provide tools to help users get access to the Internet the rest of the world sees (not just the “U.S. authorized version”).
This is being framed as an attempt to fight hackers and pirates. Don't buy it. And don't think for a minute that it's going to stop there. This is bad. And at the hearing today, only one opponent of the bill is being allowed to testify.
Please do whatever you can to fight this. Email congresspeople. Sign petitions. Yell about it in every venue you can.