Because the default mailers supplied with UNIX and other operating systems haven't evolved as quickly as human usage, the older conventions using a leading TAB or three or four spaces are still alive; however, >-inclusion is now clearly the prevalent form in both netnews and mail.
Energy lives in all things, constantly evolving and blending into something new.
Perhaps I should rather say that they are only temporary living creatures, for, though they are very active and busy during their little lives, they have no real evolving, reincarnating life in them, and when they have done their work they just go to pieces and dissolve into the surrounding atmosphere, precisely as our own thought-forms do.
Man has discovered the value of such devices during the course of his long history, and has evolved customs accordingly.
Public payphones must survive in a world of unfriendly, greedy people, and a modern payphone is as exquisitely evolved as a cactus.
Bathsheba's perturbed meditations by the roadside had ultimately evolved a conclusion that there were only two remedies for the present desperate state of affairs.
Possibly the rumour evolved itself from the disappointment of its originators, as well as from the insatiable and universal love of scandal-mongering inherent in human nature, for Eustace Milne was eminently an eligible parti, and during nearly a year's residence at Anta's Kloof had shown no disposition to throw the handkerchief at any of the surrounding fair.
THE EMPLOYER'S IDEAL As time goes on, more effective methods of profit sharing will, no doubt, be evolved, methods in which there is greater justice for both employer and employee.
It is so rich in suggestion that mere reading, let alone study of the book, is highly profitable and not without its conviction that the authors have more than an academic knowledge of the selection and placing of men in work and that gradually we shall be evolving a science in analyzing 'human capabilities so far as anything exact is possible in this realm.
That the separate philosophical ideas are not anything optional or autonomously evolving, but grow up in connection and relationship with each other, that, however suddenly and arbitrarily they seem to appear in the history of thought, they nevertheless belong just as much to a system as the collective members of the fauna of a Continent--is betrayed in the end by the circumstance: how unfailingly the most diverse philosophers always fill in again a definite fundamental scheme of POSSIBLE philosophies.
Were they built by naturally-evolved organisms, acting naturally?
He’s right as far as he goes, but I can cite a precursor that might conceivably evolve into such an arrangement.
Consequently, around 1984, new news-posting software evolved a facility to automatically include the text of a previous article, marked with "> " or whatever the poster chose.
I think they evolve intraorganismally, as insane as that sounds.