Sip of the Day – February 4, 2008

Sip of the Day: Remove PDF Restrictions with A-PDF

Titera’s Tidbit: Byzantium
The Greek name for the region with the capital of Constantinople (now Istanbul) – that is, Constantine’s city – was a crowded place thanks to its wealth and physical position at a crossroads of continents. Buzen means “close together”. Byzantion or “Byzantium”, thus came to mean the place where people were packed tighter than sardines.

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Video of the Day: Google Maps Gone too Far (Rated: PG)


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