The neighborhood needs to petition their local government to allow for the street to be closed on one end or even the mid block during rush hour. The neighbors can still get in and out, but the street becomes completely worthless as a route for folks passing-thru.
Just wanted to report my own anecdotal observation that after updating Firefox to 34, my default search engine remained set as "Google" and did not require me to change the setting.
I assume only users installing Firefox for the first time will get the "Yahoo" search setting.
Firefox being open source doesn't mean that there aren't any paid employees working on it. Also Mozilla still has to pay for hosting and other business/foundation related expenses.
Wait until Duke figures out that their students are getting the reddit community to do their homework for them.
Their bottom line doesn't reflect this, and their stock value has been in the cellar for quite a while.
On the plus side, the renewed media coverage will add volatility to their stock and investors may be able to make some short term gains.
He has too much money depending on success.
A news release that says a CEO/majority owner will carry on despite the setbacks is like a news release that says water is wet.