"MSDN subscriptions were great in the 19th century. Once the 1900's rolled around, I never bothered to renew it," wrote Josh Einstein.
"Unless their competitors are more expensive, Home Depot should reconsider their choice of ads," writes Keith Gregory.
Dave Perry recently recieved a backup drive and here's how Ubuntu reacted when he tried to back it up.
"The bus was running a bit behind schedule today," writes Dave S., "Hopefully this stop will authenticate soon."
Ryan wrote, "Today, the day before the end of the word, the Seattle Times apparently have changed over to Latin to appease somebody."
"While $199 for a 4TB external drive is a good price, I think I might wait until the sale is over before buying one," writes Kenneth.
"The actual install size was 0.00342GB," writes Martin, "Spock would not have approved."
jay:I don't think targeted ads work as well as Google or whomever would like the advertisers to think. The targeted ads that I'm getting lately:
1. I recently bought a new scanner. I spent a few hours shopping around and then ordered it. For months after, I got ads for scanners. Too late guys, I already bought one. How many scanners do you think I need?
Ryan:That 12/31/1899 was used when you wanted SQL to display only a time in SQL 7.0. You couldn't set it directly though. You had to set the date to 1/1/1900 and subtract 1 for some reason or the date would display.
It doesn't cost me anything -- presumably it benefits me, as advertisers are paying the cost of websites that I like to visit.