To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason.  To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
ISSN: 1527-814X Tuesday June 13, 2000

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I tawt I taw a skulkin cat.
I did, I did taw a skulkin cat!

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Skulk it now!

The above links relate to today's headline.  The first is an archive of .wav files from old movies, cartoons, and TV shows, including the second and third links which are sounds of Tweety saying the classic lines about the puddy tat.  The fourth has nothing to do with anything, but it's very funny: the entire classic Abott and Costello routine about "Who's on First".

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WebSkulker wrote about iNetNow in the 4/7/00 issue, and wants to remind you about this free service.  All jr. skulkers should sign up for it immediately.  We just got an email from them saying that anyone who signs up before June 19th will get the service free until at least September 19th.  INetNow has live operators trained in web searches who will talk to you over the phone for free and look up anything you want on the web, including reading your email, when you are out skulking and away from an Internet connection.  This really is completely free including the phone call, since they have an 888 number.  They are threatening to start charging one of these days, so take advantage of the free service for the next several months.

Skulking school

W3Schools has free online tutorials on how to write your own web pages, starting with simple HTML and progressing through all the latest web technologies: XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, VB Script, DHTML, XML, XSL, DTD, WAP, SQL integration, ASP, and ADO.  You can get a high-paying job in the web development industry if you know how to design and write web pages using these.

At many points in the tutorials, the site brings up a page with some sample code in a simple editor on the left, and the results of that code in a window on the right.  You are encouraged to make small modifications to the code and press a button to see what happens.

Some of these tutorials will only work with the latest versions of Internet Explorer because Netscape and other browsers don't incorporate the features.

Skulking isn't as dangerous as this

A jr. skulker who prefers to remain anonymous suggested this site with valid scientific experiments that children should definitely not try at home without adult supervision.  Many involve radiation and tiny, legal, amounts of uranium as an intriguing example.

Shield yourself from brain implants by alien skulkers

Jr. Skulker GoatBoy told us about these pages where silly people make and sell silly products in a silly attempt to protect themselves from alien brain implants and more normal electromagnetic fields in the environment.

These made WebSkulker ponder

An Anagram, as you know, is a word or phrase made by transposing or rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. The following are exceptionally clever. Someone out there either has way too much time to waste, or is deadly at Scrabble.

Dirty Room

Evil's Agent

A Rope Ends It

The Morse Code
Here Come Dots

Slot Machines
Cash Lost in 'em

Is No Amity

Woman Hitler

Snooze Alarms
Alas! No More Z's

Alec Guinness
Genuine Class

Is No Meal

The Public Art Galleries
Large Picture Halls, I Bet

A Decimal Point
I'm a Dot in Place

The Earthquakes
That Queer Shake

Eleven plus two
Twelve plus one

Accord not in it

Princess Diana
Ascend in Paris

This one is truly amazing:

To be or not to be: that is the question, whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

And the Anagram:

In one of the Bard's best-thought-of tragedies, our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten.

And for the grand finale:

"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." -Neil Armstrong

The Anagram:

Thin man ran; makes a large stride, left planet, pins flag on moon. On to Mars!


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