Sip of the Day – June 14, 2010

Sip of the DayWindows 7: Using Saved Searches

Titera’s Tidbit: Mock
The present word means to make fun or deride someone, but its Middle English ancestor mokken meant “to wipe one’s nose”, from the Latin muccere, related to our word “mucus”. The transference comes from the snorting sound of a snuffly nose being blown, apparently a popular way to show scorn in days past.

Sippets:
What Causes “Eye Floaters”
The Greatest Coke Machine Ever!
What is HTML5 and Why We Should Care
No Hands: Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Revealed
Super Sip Streaming – Where to Watch the World Cup Online

2010-06-09 – SeRocks.com – Movie Night Promo from http://vimeo.com/serocks on Vimeo.

Star Wars vs. Star Trek

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