To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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This site is important for all jr. skulkers with a digital cell phone, alphanumeric pager, or wireless PDA, or who have friends with any of these devices. You download and run a skinnable PC application that at first glance is like ICQ or AOL Instant Messenger in that you register yourself, and then build a list of buddies who also subscribe to the system. The program will show you who is online, let you send instant messages to them, etc. etc.
But wait there's more! If the recipient told the system that they have any digital cell phone or wireless device on any system anywhere in the world capable of receiving alphanumeric alerts or short messages, then Unimobile will optionally send a copy of the instant message to their phone, pager, or PDA. Unimobile will soon have a WAP interface so that you will be able to use your Internet-enabled cell phone to send instant messages back to PC users. The Unimobile software can send a message to your friend's phone even if your friend hasn't registered with Unimobile, because you can enter a phone number directly as the recepient.
Every Unimobile subscriber gets an email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, which can be used in various ways. Any message sent to that address will show up immediately as an instant message in the PC program; optionally as an alert on the cell phone, pager or PDA; and optionally forwarded to any other email address.
Unimobile also provides several interfaces to Internet services so that, for example, it can send an alert to your handheld device when you receive mail at Hotmail and other web-based and POP3 email systems.
Jr. Skulker 785sicc suggested this site which "is a B2B portal serving the entire communications industry. It is the place to go for 'Everything Communications,' including products and services, jobs, shows and events, RFPs/RFQs, news, technology, VARs and international distributors, and much more. Our goal is to facilitate global business and networking opportunities for communications people and companies."
It happens every day. A jr. skulker drives to the starting point of their skulk and then gets so engrossed in their skulking that they forget to skulk back to their car to feed the meter. When this happens to you, this site may let you pay the parking ticket online with your credit card. They don't cover the whole U.S. yet, but your city might be on their list.
WebSkulker knows two people who have audible clock programs on their PC's that play Westminster chimes over the PC speakers every 15 minutes. How boring. WebSkulker downloaded the audible clock from the first link above which speaks the time in Klingon every 15 minutes, or any interval he wants. Now that's a clock suitable for a skulker!
If you want to understand what the clock is saying, study the material at the second link, the Klingon Language Institute. These people are very serious about it. Speaking of Klingons, do you know this one? How are Star Trek and toilet paper related? They both go to Uranus and fight the Klingons. (This makes more sense when spoken than in writing.)
Electrical Engineering vs. Computer Science
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