rgs92 wrote:Do brick-and-mortar libraries have a useful purpose anymore? Are they worth the public funds they cost? Just asking.
Yes, and yes.
Mel Lindauer wrote:LadyGeek wrote:
The answer is still no.
And it will be "NO" tomm. and next year and the year after that for all eternity. It ain't gonna happen. Period.
sandramjet wrote:just open the windows explorer widget (looks like a file folder on the taskbar). Enter your search term in upper right corner field that has a magnifying glass icon. works just like in win7, etc.
onthecusp wrote:Get a cheese steak while you are in the Italian Market.
http://articles.latimes.com/2011/jul/25 ... s-07201125
Soupboy wrote:Update: . . . Frustrated, I went online and found an IRS webpage on "Fixing Mistakes in Employer Contributions" in 401(k) accounts. Highlighting the sentence that says employers are REQUIRED to fix errors, I sent it to VP of Finance. This seems to have worked . . .
rob65 wrote:Here's a netflix link that discusses speed requirements and data usage: