To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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The first link above gives links to all known web directories for all countries in the world in these categories: residential phone numbers, business phone numbers, email addresses, fax numbers, and miscellaneous
WebSkulker was curious about who had the .com instead of the .net version of this name. Click on the second link to see what he found: the company that owns the domain name is trying to sell it for $2 Million!
This isn't your normal kleptomania, but rather a Windows shareware program that "steals" text from error messages, directory lists, and pretty much anything else you will ever see displayed from a Windows application or Windows itself. Most such things, of course, can simply be copied to the clipboard by highlighting them and pressing CTRL-C. But WebSkulker has often encountered messages that can't be copied directly and wished he knew about a program like this. Just the other day he was running a program and an error message popped up with names of modules, line numbers, and error codes. He wanted to report this to the author of the program and had to type all of this into a message.
Kleptomania can read this type of error box and more, because you point it at an area of the screen and it uses Optical Character Recognition techniques to read the pixels on the screen and turn that into text. When you first install it, Kleptomania builds a database of all of your Windows fonts, so it can easily recognize the text.
This is the home page for pictures and information about the Hubble Space Telescope. The second link will get you right to the pictures.
This is the "one and only Morbid Fact du Jour, the website where bad things happen to good people." The site really is updated daily with a morbid story, and there is of course an archive of all past items.
A father put his three year old daughter to bed, told her a story and listened to her prayers which she ended by saying "God bless mommy, God bless daddy, God bless grandma, and goodbye grandpa."
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