It's a breach to tell your spouse -- but the courts protect spouses from testifying against each other, so if your spouse doesn't post on facebook....
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I've found that just because a manager likes interacting with people does not mean people enjoy interacting with them. A manager should be value-add to the organization -- being "good with people" isn't a skill if you're not actively paid to deal with people you can't fire.
Amazons http://aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/ can get you 95% of the way there (add a few small scripts via Boto, or some integration with http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/aws-resource-cfn-customresource.html)
A little elbow grease will get you the rest of the way without additional costs.
Disagree -- with video, it becomes cheaper, because you handle more at volume; At a video service provider I worked at, our cost per (unreplicated) GB was usually ~18c to acquire and 12c to maintain. Even with large scale replication, we didn't come near 30$/GB. At another company, Netapp was the name of the game, and there 30$ (replicated) gig was about right. Obviously those aren't directly comparable, but it's more about how you use your storage (and how it handles failure) than how much storage you use.
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Because of financial reasons I've been working on a full time basis for the past 2 years + worked on an open source project.
This has brought me from B+ & A in my first two years of college to somewhere in the mists of C and lower.
I now have enough money to sustain myself for two years of schooling.
I've got two choices:
- a) repeat one year, repair all my bad grades and graduate with better grades but with a mark that I repeated one school year
- b) graduate with lower grades but with no repeated year.
"Anderson was told by Jobs in late January 2001 that Jobs had an agreement with the board of directors to grant stock options on Jan. 2, according to the statement from Anderson's attorney. Anderson "cautioned" Jobs that the grant for executives would have to be priced based on the date of the board agreement "or there could be an accounting charge," and also told Jobs the board would have to confirm it had given prior approval for the grant dates "in a legally satisfactory method." Jobs assured him that the board had given approval and Anderson "relied on these statements by Mr. Jobs and from them concluded the grant was being properly handled," the statement said.