1/20th of one percent of their annual budget.
3. British car: It's not running again
Why didn't the British invent Mac OS? Because they couldn't figure out how to get it to leak oil.
There are ways to express the clickability of a region without 3Ds, it's just Apple's approach (on iOS) at the moment is somewhat lackluster. Mac OS X NSButtons still have a eency bit of bezel.
If we attach penalties for violation of the UN bill of rights governments would be forced to hold a much higher standard of behavior.
I suggest you take a quick look at the UN Veto Powers. Then ask yourself: "how likely are ANY of these countries to want real penalties attached to the UN Bill of Rights?"
If your answer to the question above was "why, all five of them would give the UN Bill of Rights some teeth in a heartbeat, if only someone would suggest it to them", then go right ahead and do so.
Then report to your psychiatrist and tell him you need stronger meds....
was known to be effective by '97
From your link, it was known to have "great potential" by '97.
Which is NOT the same as "known to be effective".
Success in life in not measured by how well you know coding.
Alas, talking in public about things you know nothing about tends to make you look like an idiot.
Not that Biden needed "One More Thing" to help him look like an idiot - he's had that down for years.
Assuming life favors a single-star system when in reality it favors a twin-star system.
I'm assuming you are a native of a twin-star system who happens to be doing anthropology work among the savages in this system.
Because otherwise, I can't figure out how you'd know that life favors a twin-star system, given that we know of zero twin-star systems that support life.
Joe Biden knows less about coding than my daughter.
Hell, he probably knows less about coding than he knows about guns...
Hint, Joe: firing a shotgun THROUGH your front door violates pretty much every rule about target identification that there is.
So in other words the same thing every other developer also has to deal with, but because she's a woman instead of treating her as a full and complete human we're going to treat her like a special fragile snowflake?
Pretty much. The key seems to be individuals holding the overall group's well being in such regard as to consider it inherently a part of their own well being.
So, the Evil Corporation decides to not make its employees work Saturdays?
And you're complaining about this?
I gather that this means that it's only evil if a corporation makes YOU work Saturdays, but if they make the people who provide you services work Saturdays, that's just fine?
Hmm. A corrupted state where a handful of powerful elites dominate politics and the economy and use a captive government to repress the people so a select few can have it unimaginably better than others... where else have I seen that...
Communism works incredibly well but only in very small groups where pooled resources are necessary for survival.
Job growth in one year means there are more jobs. Forever.
What an intriguing theory you have.
Note that if self-driving trucks were to become available, truck driver jobs would all disappear...forever. In other words, new technology sometimes makes jobs disappear.
And job growth last year doesn't guarantee the existence of jobs next year. Otherwise, the Great Depression would never have happened.