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- n. a unit of information equal to 1024 gibibits or 2^40 (1,099,511,627,776) bits
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That's just an extra tibit for the media to exploit.
Hopefully GRRM might have some tibit coming out of Fincon which is today right?
Hell if Coakley had a published nude layout like Brown did, don't you know the cons (and their pals in the liberal media) would have broadcast that little tibit 24/7.
Amongst all the pieces of news, one exciting tibit is that Palm is slated to announce that the Treo 750 will be getting the upgrade.
I’m old enough to remember a time when this soda tibit of knowledge would have been used to make a Carol Burnett Show or Saturday Night Live skit for a commercial parody:
Funny how you don’t answer that little tibit of nonsense.
LYRICS: Priests: Confiteor Deo Omnipotenti (I confess to God almighty) Beatae Mariae semper Virgini (To blessed Mary ever Virgin) Beato Michaeli archangelo (To the blessed archangel Michael) Sanctis apostolis omnibus sanctis (To the holy apostles, to all the saints) Frollo: Beata Maria (Holy Mary) You know I am a righteous man Of my virtue I am justly proud Priests: Et tibit Pater (And to you, Father)