Book Tagged


I’ve been book tagged.

Here are the rules to this tag:

The Rules..

 1.Grab the nearest book.  Don’t think, just the nearest book…

2. Open the book to page 123.

3. Find the fifth sentence.

4. Post the text of the next 3 sentences on your Blog (Please include the book and author) along with these instructions.

5. Don’t you dare dig for that “cool” or “intellectual” book in your closet! I know you were thinking about it! Just pick up whatever is closest.

6. Tag five people. (Anyone who wants to do it!)

Here is mine:

WebLOAD 5.0 Load Testing
Enterprise Performance and Scalability Testing for the Web
By RadView Software

Fill in the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

Click Append to include the load definition in the schedule.

-or-

Click Replace to substitute the load definition for the one appearing in the Schedule dialog box.

Comentary: (Has anyone seen my pocket protector?)

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By Ben Posted in Life

2 comments on “Book Tagged

  1. “Like when I was living with Lena: Devlin and Buddy would get in terrible squablles over whose turn it was to mow the lawn. While they were fussing I’d go get the lawn mower and mow away till they came sheepfaced out to take over (More handy than straightforward, to be honest). So I thought the storm was past when Mr. Keller-Brown came back out with three dusty brandy glasses and shared some of Otis’s brandy.” — “Seven Prayers,” by Grandma Whittier. In _Spit in the Wind_, ed. by Ken Kesey.

    BJC

  2. “Babies who would never have to wonder why they hadn’t been worth keeping.

    Adrienne rubbed her eyes furiously and turned away. It was too much for her to deal with.”
    Karen Marie Moning…”Beyond the Highland Mist”

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