Sip of the Day – October 28, 2009

Sip of the DayUnderstanding Windows 7 Compatibility Issues

Titera’s Tidbit: Rosemary
It has long been supposed the aromatic herb Rosmarinus officinalis takes its name from a Latin compound phrase meaning “the dew that forms alongside the sea”. If the etymology is correct, then it may be that the phrase refers not to the plant itself, which grows well away from the sea, but from it greenish-blue and thus sea-colored flowers.

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Super Sip Site – My Life with BusinessObjects (Dallas Marks)


Vijay Singh Skips a Hole-in-One

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