from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. flickery, prone to flicker
- adj. Turned somewhat sour.
- n. in digital photography, a flashing pixel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Prone to blink.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
* sigh* just now, -0/+1 "You're" ideas about English are apparently based in belief as well. just now, -0/+1my last name is pronounced binky, though spelled differently. as someone who has and still continually get called blinky, or some other half assed not funny derivative intentionally or otherwise, i'm burying the ***** out of you.
He cites examples such as "blinky," a word that has become obsolete because it describes a state of milk sourness that is no longer relevant in the age of refrigerators.
The Actel SmartFusion Evaluation Kit demonstration video demonstrates several designs: Web server, "blinky", and others.
Miliband is to tour the UK taking in speaking engagements with question sessions on a wide range of issues, including but not limited to foreign affairs, as others in the party prepare to raise finances to back a leadership bid for Brown's protege Ed "blinky" Balls.
If there was some way that protection for MAKE against litigation could be guaranteed, I'd say go for it; failing that though, I'd hold off, maybe make it an article like Bunnie Huang's piece about the LED "blinky" thing.
Even for someone whose acquaintance with Jim MacDonald has been a few cordial panel interactions at cons and reading online posts, it is abundantly clear that this book could not be any more written by him if they had chosen to have LEDs highlighting the author's name on the even pages, doing a little blinky LED dance of MacDonaldness.
If doversoty is so wonderful, I wonder why they choose not to? blinky says:
Now back to your regularly scheduled nifty, blinky things.
When I say "LED light", I'm not talking about the nifty, little blinky things that are frequently part of the ingredients list in Make projects.
What? didn't you know that they use cgi to make it look like his eyes are all open & blinky?!
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