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Ans i thought it was like a submarine

Awesome. I'll shamelessly steal this one and use it on some "people I know".

Translating engineer to blockhead... I think.

I know the feeling :) #retrocomputing #humor


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The magic word is “your geolocation”. You'll get a pair of GPS coordinates back.

"What's your GPS coordinates?" :-)

There's at least one in the "Cave" where we have several work benches and a couple racks clustered together like cubicle, and another one or two attached to various machines and pushed aside as spares in the lab. The guy nearest me at work uses one or two for his primary workstations much like I use Bluetooth ones for my laptops.

On the flip side last time we cleaned up, all the three button (no wheeled) mice got tossed, there was like a box full.

I have always preferred trackballs but they are sometimes hard to find. The first trackball I used back in the mid 80's had a ball 2 or more inches in diameter and had a fair bit of momentum. You could flick it with your thumb and it would take the cursor all the way up the page. The device was a Mergenthaler Linotype badged page layout terminal.

"Ergo" sounds like an upscale replacement for "therefore". You could say "He could not bring himself to propose to his girlfriend, therefore the engagement ring remained hidden from the daylight."
Or drop in "ergo" in place of "therefore" and feel smug that you sound more intelligent.

ohhhhhh. i was looking too deep n hard for things about the artist/piece or other stuff i dont know. it's simples (now that you say). n_n

#devhumor #geek #humor

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Lol, next line is latitude and longitude for GPS.

Nah... Next is the what3words address.