In fact, I find that after the distractions of the office are gone, either because I am working at home or everybody has gone home, I can get a lot more done.
If you can get WOW where you are, they have a superior cable modem offering. They don't cap you. And when I had problems they showed up on a Sunday AM to fix them. (Squirrel chewed the wire.)
...except IRC servers. Beyond that, they're good.
Sure, somebody points out sexual harassment and you FIRE them? I hope she has retained a lawyer because she is going to make a mint.
I bought every single SimCity title so far, and lots of other Sim-games.
I'm not buying this.
It's enough of a compromise to buy online content from someplace like Steam or GOG without also having a game that CANNOT be played offline. That's BS. If it needs a server, make a microserver for personal use.
And WORSE they can't even make it WORK? Utter crap, guys. If my professional product operated like that when it was deployed, I'd be out of a job.
When I get to work at home I work MORE hours than when I am in the office.
Perhaps if you could identify where this was happening, it could be remediated by pumping in a slurry containing solids that would lock in place and resist leaching like coal ash and some kinds of sand?
Any civil engineers care to comment on that?
One of the tools *I* need is a binocular inspection microscope.
I think the issue that needs to be faced is that it seems likely that Java is dead. As such, it seems unlikely to me that the interpreter will be maintained for much longer.
What are the options for a project like LibreOffice?
Sue him in England.
As we all know, UK libel law, even as "reformed" presumes his guilt once accused.
If long term maintenance of existing products were free, I would be a pauper.
...Amazon has a very low cost of ownership for Android, after all. Apple wrote the vast majority of iOS.
All of these phones know their serial numbers. Just make it totally impossible to ever register a stolen serial number for new service and this should slow way down.
Does anybody know what he gained or expected to gain by doing this?
...that PCs no longer become obsolete at the rate they once did.
I had an iMac die the other day, one I bought in 2004. I was still using it, and it was still useful for the things it was purchased for.
It used to be that manufacturers depended on a 2 year obsolescence cycle.