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GeneralRe: Space Shuttle: $1.5 billion per flight Pin
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GeneralRe: Space Shuttle: $1.5 billion per flight Pin
Dan Neely6-Nov-12 2:37
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GeneralRe: Space Shuttle: $1.5 billion per flight Pin
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NewsTaking Password Storage Up A Notch Pin
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NewsScrolling or paging? Pin
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GeneralRe: Scrolling or paging? Pin
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Dan Neely wrote:
In the browser I normally scroll short articles and mostly pgup/dn long ones; the only place where the latter works poorly is on the last fractional screen of text because the resume reading point is in mid screen instead of at the top.



PS Browser (or browser addon) developers: creating an option to have the last pgdn place content as if there was infinite white space at the bottom of the page would earn my undying love.
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Is not rather the genius of history like an eternal, imploring maiden, full of fire, with a burning heart and flaming soul, humanly warm and humanly beautiful?
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NewsThe Mathematics Behind xkcd: A Conversation with Randall Munroe Pin
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NewsInternet-based and open source: How e-voting works around the globe Pin
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NewsApple (Unintentionally?) Displays iPhone 5 Factory Unlocked Prices Pin
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NewsC++ coming back into the mainstream with more specs, more often Pin
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NewsHey, C Is a Functional Language Too! Pin
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