To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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Note the "x" in the above URL, because WebSkulker reported a similar site in the 1/13/00 issue, http://www.freedsl.com without the "x", and these are two different companies. WebSkulker is very suspicious about whether either of these companies will ever actually offer the service because there is no way that you can make a profit by giving something expensive like DSL away for free.
But the new freexdsl site has some credibility because it is run by the same company that offers the freewwweb free Internet service. Freewwweb doesn't make any sense either because they give you a complete, high-quality, nationwide ISP service totally free and it does not force you to look at ads. There is no profit whatsoever in this service, only losses, yet they have been providing it for years (see WebSkulker for 11/17/99). So when this same company says they will soon provide totally free DSL service, who is WebSkulker to argue? He isn't about to be a fool and invest in the company, but he will happily use the service until they go bankrupt.
So we strongly suggest that you go to the freexdsl site and sign up to be on their waiting list. Who knows when or where or whether they will start their service, but they say it will be first-come first-served so you should sign up now and be one of the first.
This site catalogs the 500 top supercomputers in the world. The navigation is a little obscure, so here is a hint: move your mouse over the words "Home", "About", "Current List", etc. at the upper left and a sub-menu will appear for each category. The second link above is a shortcut to the latest list and past versions.
WebSkulker has known about this number for a long time and just ran across it in his notes. When you dial it, a voice will read a string of numbers which earlier tonight said "427114050" and now is saying "217114050", followed by a series of touchtones. All of you jr. skulkers interested in phones will want to listen to this, and perhaps someone will have an explanation.
are several anagram-generating sites that WebSkulker has run
across. This one seems to be the most comprehensive with the
best vocabulary, so it comes out with a lot more anagrams than the
others. Be sure to look at their Hall of Fame:
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