a cigarette, commonly made in indonesia, that emits a pleasant and sweet smelling odor. commonly smoked for it's taste and it's use as an ice breaker at parties/social gatherings. contrary to popular misconception, they do not contain fiberglass. the oil leeched from the ground cloves causes staining of the cigarette paper and frequently causes a crackling sound as its heated while the cigarette is smoked.
The only company besides Apple that ever made a decent computer you could buy in a retail store. Now relegated to online sales due to the influx of cheaply made, cheaply priced machines in the retail sector.
I tried to buy an IBM at Best Buy, but the guy sold me an eMachines instead.
A now defunct file sharing system. Audiogalaxy was somewhat unique in that the user did not download a entire program to transfer files, but rather a small program called the "Satellite." Users went to the Audiogalaxy website and added files they wished to download by clicking on links. The requests were transferred to the "Satellite" for downloading at the earliest possible time. Transfers to and from users were anonymous, and the "Satellite" used very little memory and system resources. It became popular to let the "Satellite" run all night in hopes of getting those rare files that only a few people had.
I downloaded some pretty good stuff off of Audiogalaxy last week, then today I went and bought the CDs.
n.: a person who exercises their right to free speech, as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America. frequently loud and attention getting, as opposed to those that choose to sit idly by at home.
the antiwar protestors staged a demonstration in front of city hall.