To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
Friday November 5, 1999
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For you new
subscribers, we had a contest this week which you can read about in Monday's
issue. The only winning entry was from Edison who got
all three parts of the answer right. The question was why this
the answer, read the article How to Obscure Any URL at:
"Across the darkened street, a windowless van is parked. Inside, an antenna is pointed out through a fiberglass panel. It's aimed at an office window on the third floor. As the CEO works on a word processing document, outlining his strategy for a hostile take-over of a competitor, he never knows what appears on his monitor is being captured, displayed, and recorded in the van below."
Is this really possible? Read the Complete, Unofficial TEMPEST Information Page and see for yourself.
This site is probably not all that much different from the average atlas in that it has maps and details about countries. The difference is that the World Factbook is published by the CIA and gives a lot of details about every country.
skulkers of any age might also want to check out the CIA's Home Page
for Kids, if you can believe that concept:
"People say that they liked the trailer more than they liked the movie. What if there was no movie?" This site has fictional ads and streaming video trailers for movies that were never made.
Miss Bea was in her 80's and much admired for her sweetness and kindness to all.
The pastor came to call on her one afternoon early in the Spring and she welcomed him into her Victorian parlor.
She invited him to have a seat while she prepared a little tea. As he sat facing her old pump organ, the minister noticed a cut glass bowl setting on top of it, filled with water. In the water floated, of all things, a condom.
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