A sequel to Prime Point, after many, many years...
The initial probe had been dubbed Hyper One, the first successful test of a hyperspace tunneling engine: launched on a Paludis III twelve years ago, it had made its ponderous way to the Lagrange point sixty degrees ahead of the Earth in its orbit, taking a few months to get to its testing position. When the drive was spun up, it flicked across to somewhere in the vicinity of L4, sixty degrees behind Earth, in half a second. The tunneling engine was a miracle of high-speed space travel, but Hyper One and two subsequent probes had only carried bacterial or other small samples.
Hyper Four woul
This RFC, "Hypertext Coffeepot Control Protocol for Tea Efflux Appliances", was published by the RFC Editor on Apr 1, 2014.
Request for Comments: 7168
The Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol (HTCPCP) specification does not allow for the brewing of tea, in all its variety and complexity. This paper outlines an extension to HTCPCP to allow for pots to provide networked tea-brewing facilities.Status of This Memo
This document is not an Internet Standards Track specification; it is published for informational purposes.
This is a contribution to the RFC Series
Fifteen. Jeepers. There are brick and mortar businesses that fail within 15 years, so it's awesome that DA's had sticking power for all this time. On the up and up...
How long have you been on DeviantArt?
Let's see. TripleFault (https://www.deviantart.com/triplefault) was my first DA account, and he appears to have signed up somewhere over nine years ago. Not active at all, though, until I joined staff in '11.
What does your username mean?
Well, my name is Imran Nazar. You get the idea. If you want the story about "TripleFault", that's a whole 'nother thing and a lot more nerdy.
Describe yourself in three words.
Don't Want To.
Are you left or right handed?
Right. I'm atroci