Nobody runs any real applications anyway. The whole purpose of personal computing is to tinker with shit. Everybody else (who isn't tinkering) is only using their Pentium Professionals as glorified typewriters. Applications, ha ha ha.
Everyone has seen the movie 'Reefer Madness' by now, and is
familiar with how it's intention backfired, to become a
cult drug movie classic. Since then, there have been other
attempts to hit on something that grabs the youth of
America's imagination so that they'll stay away from the
evil drugs (until they're 21, then they can have as much
government-approved drugs as they want). So far they have
only served to be turned around, twisted or completely
ignored. Now, we have one that will backfire so quickly,
people will think a sonic boom happened in the middle of
Understandably, NASA would like to see the people on their Space Shuttle to be
drug free. I happen to agree. Flying a high-tech behemoth with a head full of
acid not a good idea from any angle. In an attempt to encourage other future
astronauts to lay off the happy stuff, NASA spent a lot of money to come up
with a new slogan: 'Explore Space - Not Drugs."
After seeing the variants on D.A.R.E, I just can't wait to see how this one
ends up being used.