Sip of the Day – April 22, 2008

Sip of the Day: How to Copy Files from a Certain Date

Titera’s Tidbit: Lozenge
In the Celtic languages, a lausa is a stone, as in the Gaulish word lausiae, meaning slabs of stone. The word came into Latin with the meaning “shaped like a stone”, which gave rise to its current medical use as a stone-shaped object filled with medicine.

Sippets:
· Unknown Creature Found by Russian Soldiers
· Church of Scientology’s ‘Operating Thetan’ Documents Leaked
· In Celebration of Earth Day: Environmental Myths
· Super Sip Software – Adobe Lightroom 2.0 Beta

Video of the Day: How to Fix the Internet (Rated: PG)

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