Sip of the Day – March 12, 2008

Sip of the Day: Strong Passwords

Titera’s Tidbit: Mung
Sometimes spelled “munge”, this handy bit of computer jargon means to make successive changes in some project – writing a bit of code, say, or designing an automobile. Each change can be reversed, but in time the changes alter the direction of the project so much that it becomes something different from its original intention. The term was coined by model railroders at MIT in 1958.

Sippets:
· Man Turns Blue
· 101 Year Old Man Runs 13 Mile Marathon & Stops for Beer
· Democrat Governor Resigns After Being Caught in Sex Scandal
· Super Sip Syncing – Dropbox

Video of the Day: Check Out that Horse! (Rated: G)

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