Thu Apr 18 2002 08:54:
people. I suspect that they are stock footage people, who live in poses of such generic applicability that their lives are completely devoid of semantics. ("Managing collaborative software development? I thought we were providing e-solutions for virtual business networks!")
Also, their laptops are cooler than mine, so I'm jealous.
Thu Apr 18 2002 17:21:
Thirdhand from my mother comes this interesting tidbit:
There will be a visable pass tonight of the Space Shuttle and the Space
Station. You will be able to see the Space Shuttle first rising in
northwest at about 7:55:33 PM followed by the Space Station about 30
seconds later. They will pass northeast of us at about 50 degrees of
elevation from the northeastern horizon. Both will travel to the east
southeast and disappear from sight about two and a half minutes after 8.
That reading is apparently for Bakersfield; go
here to see where and when
to look if you don't live in Bakersfield.
Thu Apr 18 2002 21:57:
I couldn't find either the space shuttle or the ISS. Bah! I saw Mars, though, and another planet (Jupiter?).
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