Because Google does a very good job of pointing towards the most relevant site if it's a bit local thing, and if it's local, I'll search on the map.
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I can think of no other reason for getting a very generic tld, and saying only we can use it, only for our stuff.
I tend to agree, the people I know that use blue ray don't have Internet. There's plenty of cheap boot legs next to the red box in the shadier parts, but the people buying them don t have Internet. For the rest of the people I know, a few dollar rental online here and there covers the gap of Netflix.
I can't tell of this is serious, or satire.
One of the issues discussed doesn't seem to match the others. Primarily, I know best in this area, make me all powerful is exactly the type I would expect to with a minority be pro systems and pro marrying children (because you know who is best for them).
Most excellent Poe style post!
The new TLDs are a cash grab and nothing more. Not only for ICANN, but for every company that manages to buy up a gTLD.
Basically, the people buying up these gTLDs are hoping to cash in on companies wanting to register
I'd think using pen/stylus tablets to scribble diagrams and then emailing or messaging those amongst the team members would be about as good as you can get, unless you can find a software package that would let the people share a drawing space using individual tablets. I've long wanted to get one of the Samsung tablets just for that purpose.
You said, "... poor program management, lack of requirements management, and often also marketing-driven decision-making."
Overall, that is poor management of technical projects. The biggest single problem? Dishonesty, on several levels.
The first step in improving management is to get everyone to understand that there is poor management.
That's an important insight. I often talk about that with friends.
More like "teenage rage." I do not believe for a second that someone with such poor communication skills is a professional programmer whose users give a whit about the security of their laptops.
Given that iOS and Android can and do encrypt user data now, and that web device communications encryption is largely a question of whether a site uses SSL/HTTPS, what is the distinguishing feature of these phones that would make them marketable?
To me it looks like pure marketing hype, not a real benefit compared to other devices now that they've started using encryption.
"The work on the exchange was complete by February 2014, but going live with the website and providing a means for all Oregonians to sign up for health insurance coverage didn’t match the former-Governor's re-election strategy to 'go after' Oracle,” Oracle spokeswoman Deborah Hellinger said in a statement.
Kitzhaber resigned last week amid criminal probes into an influence-peddling scandal involving allegations that his fiancée used her position in his office for personal gain."
The real legislation is only 20 pages; the other 280 are describing the pork-barrel projects and legislation.
However, PayPal also advised that Mega’s unique selling point – it’s end-to-end-encryption – was a key concern for the processor.""
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The extension is the fifth of its kind since Obama said he would effectively end the Snowden-exposed program as it currently exists during a major policy speech in January 2014. Obama and senior administration officials have repeatedly insisted that they will not act alone to end the program without Congress.
After all the other things he's done against or without congressional approval and he balks at this one?"
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