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jargon, node: TANSTAAFL
TANSTAAFL /tan'stah-fl/ [acronym, from Robert Heinlein's classic "The Moon is ... "Well, TANSTAAFL you know." This phrase owes some of its popularity to the ...
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jargon, node: console jockey
console jockey. [prev] · [up] · [next]. console jockey /n./ See terminal junkie. [prev] · [up] · [next]. Return to Cool Jargon of the Day.
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jargon, node: swapped out
swapped out. [prev] · [up] · [next]. swapped out /n./ See swap. See also page out. [prev] · [up] · [next]. Return to Cool Jargon of the Day.
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jargon, node: Sturgeon's Law
Sturgeon's Law /prov./ "Ninety percent of everything is crap". Derived from a quote by science fiction author Theodore Sturgeon, who once said, "Sure, ...
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jargon, node: bit rot
bit rot /n./ Also bit decay. Hypothetical disease the existence of which has been deduced from the observation that unused programs or features will often ...
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jargon, node: Hanlon's Razor
Hanlon's Razor /prov./ A corollary of Finagle's Law, similar to Occam's Razor, that reads "Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained ...
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jargon, node: TANSTAAFL
TANSTAAFL /tan'stah-fl/ [acronym, from Robert Heinlein's classic "The Moon is ... "Well, TANSTAAFL you know." This phrase owes some of its popularity to the ...
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jargon, node: The Jargon Lexicon
The Jargon Lexicon. [prev] · [up] · [next]. The Jargon Lexicon. Menu ... [prev] · [up] · [next]. Return to Cool Jargon of the Day.
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jargon, node: console jockey
console jockey. [prev] · [up] · [next]. console jockey /n./ See terminal junkie. [prev] · [up] · [next]. Return to Cool Jargon of the Day.
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Cool Jargon of the Day
Increase your knowledge of computer hacker jargon each day. ... Serving Hacker Jargon to the Internet since Jan 1995. golf-ball printer /n. obs. ... [ADB Logo] Back to ADB.Net · We Rated With RSACi · Valid HTML 4.01! Valid XHTML 1.0! ..
 
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