Only when you install windows yourself unless I'm mistaken.
1: Could you get more interesting stuff to do currently?
2: How long will this creative phase last in the new job?
3: Will it be a long-term thing? Basically this can only be guaranteed by partnership in the firm.
4: Is money currently a major influence on what you can do with your life?
5: If this company fails after your redesign, how will that look on your CV?
6: Do you know if they will actually listen to your experience or will they hamper you severely by restricting your choices?
Basically, you can't know.
However, try to have a beer with your new collegues first.
Usually you can get them to tell you about what type of place it is to work.
So play with your friends...
Most artists aren't salesman.
The true currency is always status.
IPS is sometimes great.
However, if an attack occurs from thousands of IP-adresses and with random requests.
Well, they fail and you fail.
DDOS is terrible to defend against.
DOS otoh is simple, just block the IP.
AC being much more prominent, of course.
And totally moronic since European rules are way stricter in general.
However, throughout the ages, dying was attributed to being old.
Which also affects why more people are dying in cancer, they are simply being diagnosed instead of just buried.
This is not an issue.
Evolution isn't doing anything useful at the moment, it's not improving humanity.
The most useful and succesful are not the ones getting the most kids.
Evolution, as always, is working fine, it's just that we aren't creating an environment where it is useful.
Which is all well and good, living in such a society would be horrible.
Manipulation of genetics is the way to go though.
3: Recruiting competent linux sysadmins and limiting their selection of software immensely.
For instance, requiring that they make everything work with a web interface...
Huh, that is fairly mainstream and simple.
Heck, I've played it with semi-drunk non-nerdy people.
That is actually the problem with counting them as assets.
This means that you can't count expenses, notably the power and the card against the profit.
Basically this means that gross instead of net will be taxed for BC-miners.
Spotify wants you to pay up so it is designed to be infuriating.
If you pay, you get the actual service they are selling, ads aren't worth it.
According to them.
Actually, a collegue (she's not a techie) bought a bunch of cheap lightning cables.
Each of them broke within a couple of weeks of usage.
Anecdotorama notwithstanding, cheap crap is in some cases annoyingly crappy.