FACTOID # 29: 73.3% of America's gross operating surplus in motion picture and sound recording industries comes from California.
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ReSource Yard (243 words)
ReSource is no longer accepting carpet for the City of Boulder's pilot program.
ReSource accepts donations of reusable building materials and then resells them to the public at great prices.
Because ReSource is a 501c3 non-profit, donations are tax-deductible.
RFC 1736 (rfc1736) - Functional Recommendations for Internet Resource Loca (2760 words)
A resource name is intended to provide a stable handle to refer to a resource long after the resource itself has moved or perhaps gone out of existence.
The provider of a resource may produce a locator for it, leaving the locator in places where it is intended to be discovered, such as an HTML page, a Gopher menu, or an announcement to an e-mail list.
While it is considered ungracious to advertize a locator for a resource that will never be accessible (whether a "networkable" resource or not), it is normal for resource access to fail at a rate that increases with the age of the locator used.
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