To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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issue mentioned a site
that had a lot of sound files suitable for use as the New Mail
notification in your email reader. See that issue for details on
how to install these. Jr. Skulker Randy Solton told us about
another site that has a bunch more good ones:
WebSkulker has mentioned several sites that provide dynamic redirection for people with dialup Internet service who want to run host programs. A couple of jr. skulkers submitted two other sites in this genre:
http://www.cjb.net submitted by Jr. Skulker Brad. He likes it because they provide 100 email addresses of your choice that will forward to your main email address, but you can tell which of the 100 the sender used. The home page for the site lists all of its features.
http://www.tzo.com submitted by Jr. Skulker Joseph Norton. He likes it because it has features for handling services other than web servers including non-standard ports, and it works well with your own domain name that you registered.
This site will be of particular interest to the jr. skulker who has a DSL line or cable modem because it has a lot of information, tweaks, and utility programs especially for you. For the rest of you, this site also has articles on optimizing, troubleshooting and customizing Windows 95/98 and overclocking of CPU's.
"An Internet timeline highlighting some of the key events and technologies which helped shape the Internet as we know it today." It starts with the formation of ARPA in 1958 and goes to the present, as the author continuously updates the site.
was fascinated by this December, 1973 memo that the timeline links to:
look about three-quarters of the way down for fascinating charts and
graphs about growth of the Internet:
This form lets you generate your very own Internet hoax email AND SEND IT TO ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS RIGHT NOW!
Jr. Skulker Frank Wilsey suggested this freeware program: "Random Burper is just that, a hidden software program that will play gross burp sounds randomly every minute until closed. There are many different burp sounds that our software has to choose from, listen long enough and you might even hear a small fart. Our software has an added feature of turning the internal Windows volume to maximum just before burping, then restoring it back to the original settings. Place Random Burper on an unsuspecting office worker and watch them become red with embarrassment. This is a must have prank to play on that conservative worker in your office."
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