Most car journeys are under an hour. Nobody drives 13 hours to get to work, your argument is ridiculous.
What about those of us who don't work for the local McDonalds?
For those of us with a career many of our employers only have one premises per city, so choosing an office close to home is not an option. Neither is buying a new house every time you switch jobs. Your suggestion is not workable.
Causing a traffic jam isn't going to reduce peoples need to travel.
Assuming he has any recollection of his childhood. I would assume turning to the darkside repressed thing like memory, certainly happy memories at least.
Even if he did recognise them, why would he care? They carry no real significance to him as he was already aware of Obi-wan and Luke's presence.
Although again as the offenders far more often than not are getting everything they need from their parents, confiscation won't do much but prevent them from sending messages for the next 24 hours or so.
These are people who can't go for 10 minutes without texting. Think what 24hours will do.
How often do you see more than one person in a car anyway?
For the most part, people can safely do it..
No you can't. You might be arrogant enough to think you can multitask, but the family of the person you kill will not be impressed by your l33t driving skillz.
fly to Sweden and face a jury of his peers like everybody else in the civilized world who is accused of a crime.
You could say the same thing about Snowden.
The purpose of shell corporations like Rightscorp is that they own nothing. So the people running them have legal immunity.
The forgery will be discovered when you receive a reply to an email you never sent. If you're sending critical communications you can always sign the email with an X.509 cert. Or ideally signed and encrypted if you have the other persons key.
Besides you can just as easily forge phone numbers, and the only way you could detect a forged SMS is by replying and asking the person to confirm everything. Unlike email an SMS reply doesn't include the previous conversation, increasing the risk of a forge going undetected.
>Yes, because whenever I look at job postings, they always say: Hit us up on the Facebookz! in the contact information section.
That's because the job postings are posted by older people who grew up in the days of email. Just wait until the 20-somethings are running companies and handling HR.
Yes, generally only mature people are allowed to run companies.
If your prediction was at all plausible then why haven't I seen requests for job applications via MSN Messenger, ICQ etc....?
Email is dying.
Yet, email will still be here after Facebook has died. Just like it's still here after the decline of ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Chat, MySpace etc.....
The anti-email crowd have been making the same battle cry since the 90s, some people never tire of being proved wrong.
Getting bad reviews should not be a business model.
If he was smart he would simply blame the IT department. They are the ones who can install anything on any computer.
I am an engineer. I build hardware and software. We have sales peoples to, that sells the stuff we engineers build.
IT and helpdesk is a cost centre and a drain to the company. When was the last time the IT folks provided reveune?
As I said, support folks, like janitors and receptionists but slightly better paid.
You're IT, why are you mocking it?