Nobody has defined "computer science" in a clear way, at least not with any kind of consensus behind it.
They may not compile, but in a cool way. "Yes, Mr. Boss, section X failed to run without warning and lost us 4,000 customers, but it did so in an intellectually stimulating way."
Just start between recessions, not during.
Technically, those are company purchases, not mergers.
The important distinction between Slashdot and social media is that Slashdot is organized around a topic for discussion, whereas social media is designed so that everybody can broadcast every trivial detail about themselves to everybody else.
a strange co-dependent relationship
Yes, they manufacture products and we manufacture debt. A match made in.....well...
Somebody please provide ONE case of a merger making a bad company better.
I think I might actually pay to see one feature-length Hobbit movie...
Also, if young people really were going to favor super accurate realistic imagery why is every selfie and instagram photo on internet put through a ton of filters to make it look like a mix of some old super 8 film from 1968 crossbred with a polaroid photo?
Because people who use social media have no taste.
It's similar to how the Star Wars prequels could be edited down to one or two actually decent movies
There's absolutely no reason why 20-something years worth of Anakin Skywalker's life pre-Vader couldn't have provided enough worthwhile material for three movies. George Lucas just sucked too much to figure it out.
Indeed. If such a "fiduciary duty of loyalty" really exists, then I'd love to participate in a class-action lawsuit against a bunch of our traitorous, war-criminal politicians!
And the Schrodinger's version?
Even Windows could manage the resources of North Korea better than...
Actually, nobody would know the difference:
No, a chop chop receives the stolen cars (acting as an accomplice of the thief), disassembles them, and then sells the parts.
That part in parentheses is important: if the shop simply bought cars from whoever brought them in and then parted them out, that's a legitimate business.
Of course, cars are a little bit of a bad example because transferring ownership requires registering the title and whatnot. Let's talk about cellphones instead, since they don't: are those automated kiosks in the mall that let you trade in old cellphones illegal? After all, somebody could steal a cellphone and then turn it in at the kiosk. Does that make the kiosk owner a huge criminal?
I believe you would find that the majority of Republicans reject evolution and human-induced global warming. That's nothing to sneeze at.