Sip of the Day – November 22, 2010

Sip of the DayWindows 7: Using ReadyBoost

Titera’s Tidbit: Carpenter
In medieval France, a charpentier was someone who  built wagons, from the Latin carpentarius, the person who makes a carpentum, or carriage. When the term was introduced into English with the arrival of the Normans, its use was extended to cover someone who built things our of wood generally.

Sippets:
How to Skip Around in a YouTube Video
20 Things You Learned at School That Are Wrong
1942 Maps of the Never-Was Nazi Invasion on the U.S.
Sequoia Driftwood Washed Up at La Push Beach, Washington
Super Sip Site – Fantastic Time Lapse Videos @ Timescapes.org

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