Sip of the Day – February 4, 2011

Sip of the DayInternet Explorer: Additional Security

Titera’s Tidbit: Scuttlebutt
On old wooden ships, a “scuttle” was a small hole cut into a deck or hull, and a “butt” was a wooden cask seated in the hole. The cask held drinking water, and, like a water cooler in an office today, was a center of conversation and gossip. The talk itself came to have the name of the container.

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