They're Made Out of Meat
"It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong" --Voltaire
UNESCO Red Book on Endagered Languages
"Evola charges American society with creating a totally vacuous kind of human being, whose terms of reference are exclusively related to personal enrichment, whether financial or 'psychological'; one incapable of autonomous choice, an abject conformist; someone who has been made crass and incapable by a materially easy life which is without idealist impulse. Far from being the acme of human progress, American society is in fact at the most advanced stage of disintegration of modern civilisation..."
Explaining Cryptography to the General Public
So you would like to make a Linux PDA?
How NASA Sterilizes Spacecraft
"My country, right or wrong; if right, to be kept right; and if wrong, to be set right." --Senator Carl Schurz -- February 29, 1872.
"What is clearer proof of Roman wickedness than the sight of many nobles, to whom Roman citizenship should be valued as a splendid and dignified state, so distraught by their nation's savagery that they no longer wish to be Romans? ...far and wide they migrate either to the Goths, the Bagaudae or other tribes wherever they be in power ...preferring to live as freemen under a veneer of captivity than as captives under the guise of liberty ...the title of Roman citizen, at one time both greatly valued and dearly bought, is now repudiated and evaded." --Salvian of Marseilles
"The problem to be solved is to output a value judgment about operating systems. The assumptions being (of course) that UNIX is good and Windows is bad." Understanding Object Oriented Programming
"Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto"
When writing numerical dates please use the "YYYY-MM-DD" format, as per ISO 8601. For example, 2004-03-07. It makes life simpler for us all.
"In the tenth century...the Grand Vizier of Persia, Abdul Kassem Ismael, in order not to part with his collection of 117,000 volumes when travelling, had them carried by a caravan of four hundred camels trained to walk in alphabetical order." --Alberto Manguel, A History of Reading
"The thing most feared in secret always happens." --Cesare Pavese, in his journal
Ashcroft is scary