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Comment: Re:Double standards (Score 1) 533

by Argos (#47473323) Attached to: Rand Paul and Silicon Valley's Shifting Political Climate


Hey asshole progressive, the Democrats are the party of the KKK and rejected civil rights legislation. Who fukcing freed the slaves? REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT LINCOLN.

Hey asshole conservative, WHO is pushing NOW racist tripe like Southern Heritage, Confederate Flag...? And about Lincoln and some conservatives:

http://www.lewrockwell.com/200...

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/s...

http://www.splcenter.org/get-i...

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Comment: Re:Sure, why not? (Score 1) 410

by Argos (#46265913) Attached to: Obama To Ask For $1 Billion Climate Change Fund

> the free market is allowed to make mistakes *I* dont pay for them, the owner of the company does.

False! Two words: limited liability.

"One benefit is that a corporation's liability for damages or debts is limited to its assets, so the shareholders and officers are protected from personal claims, unless they commit fraud."
(http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Corporation)

And one word: externalities.

Businesses

Should Gaming Worlds Join the Workplace? 68

Posted by Soulskill
from the gotta-farm-those-tps-reports dept.
destinyland writes "A Stanford professor argues that gaming worlds can keep workers engaged, and advocates elements of World of Warcraft or Second Life to hone workplace skills like teamwork, leadership, and data analysis. An IBM report also argues games like World of Warcraft teach leadership and that 'there is no reason to think the same cannot be done in corporate settings of various sizes.' The professor even suggests putting online gaming experiences into your resume. ('There's just so much that gets done [in a virtual world] that's just right on target with what happens in real business.') And Google's CEO also claims that multiplayer gaming also provides good career training, especially for technology careers. 'Everything in the future online is going to look like a multiplayer game. If I were 15 years old, that's what I would be doing right now... It teaches players to build a network, to use interactive skills and thinking.'"

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