We'd need some form of extreme socialism to do that (support such an old population).
And it is probably why pirated software are the main attack vector. Can't be scanned
Probably because the customers don't want keygens to flag unless there's an actual Trojan?
Modern? the stock market is far less gambling than it was in the 1600's.
I don't know, when I was house shopping int he early 2000's, it was pretty clear that lower rates caused massive price increases (95-2000 era), rents remain stable (or more tied to income), as lone as incomes remain steady, houses are somewhat protected from price drops (which is why it took other economic drag to trigger the '08 crash) by virtue of peoples' payments still matching rents, and the cost to leave gets high.
Housing prices loosely match the amount of house you can buy with rent *
If the implication is that we should have metal backed currencies, I think this addresses the issue there:
Purchasing power of gold wildly fluctuates over time.
I do graphic presentation work. I ALWAYS need to be plugged in (court runs 6-9 hours), and always need an external driver, and like a plugged in mouse.
I chose three 1) for external driver 1) for mouse 1) hub (used for back-up drive, power for wifi hub, phone charger, and USB sticks if files are given to me).
I haven't seen a USB C connector, but I'd be fairly content to daisy chain if the connection was sturdy.
You're assuming they taste the same, they don't.
I don't know how it effects things, and I have read that there are longer term effects of body response to regularly receiving artificial sweeteners, but I can readily process the taste difference, I have no reason to assume I cannot subconsciously too. I'm not reading the study, just pointing out that to really demonstrate what you're stating, it'd definitely need to use fake sweeteners.
Though this runs counter your comment about dialect, if literacy is a real problem, text to speach software would solve the issu. Perhaps making the phone more, not less, important.
I was pretty butter about the death of buzz too.
I used it with my friends I chatted with. It was easy to add a photo from picassa.It integrated into thesame place I checked my email. It was fantastic. It tookthe cruft out of Facebook like Facebook did to MySpace. I suspect it could have grown and integrated more, and people would have been happy. It wouldn't have been huge, but probably could have succeeded.
I think wave would have worked if instead of being super real time, it acted more like forum threads you emailed, we tried to use it like thay, but not searching from gmail, and showing half finished thoughts, were deal breakers.
That weakens security. It means the computer needs to store the secret in a readable way, and once readthe secret is known, and the time and hashing simply obscures the sending over the wire. Since the hash is not a shared secret, no extra security is proviDed. Best to have the secret hashed in a non readable way.
Also, they mention the shopping aggrigator, and the flight listing. Google's flight search is so far superior to any other site, that I don't even cross check prices. I'm very happy they popped that up randomly one time for me.
When I see their shopping search I see plenty of sites. I went to Google to use Google. I don't want to see another companies flight results, or shopping results.
All work companies do is tax exempt.
Essentially every penny a company spends is a tax deduction, charitable or not, they are only taxed on their profit.
I can't tell if you're serious or not. Any men I know that went to school for nursing are doing quite well (same is true for women simikarly dedicated).
As for elementary education, men are pretty much garenteed jobs, and there's bonuses to be had at private institutions.
In education it is an explicit attempt to right the past.
I'm in Delaware for context, I understand that things vary.
Four companies appears to be enough to cause some competition, enough to have dramatic impact.
I'm not a free market extremist by any means, and obviously the competition in cellular is week, but way better than wired internet (where my options have been one since 3mbps dsl hasn't been enough).
My argument is really we have a stark example of limited competition (falling prices, massive inprovement, and yes, I only use ten to eleven gB on my alleged uncapped plan, vs no competition (no price drop, increase even if I want tv, mild improvement. It becomes very obvious there's a need to do somethibg, even without the context of the rest of the world.
I'm sorry, I'm drunk and love commas tonight.