I hope "innovate or die" will keep people warm in winter. Otherwise I hope they stick to their "it's my right to demand a lower price and it's not my problem" principle and let's see what happens then...
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Really? "The new plants will run at current prices, but they won't cover their costs"
And you wonder if the prices go DOWN?
Sure they can go down and most definitely some companies go bankrupt but count on it the prices will go up after that...
Something else like... driving a car?
It is really simple.
If you handle a gun, safety for you and others is your top priority.
It is the same if you handle one ton of steel going at 60 Mph...
Wow. I haven't seen that in a looong time. A website that uses frames
Finally some sensible arguments against NN. Delays while doing operations over the internet.. Rather not.
And I'm sure Cisco has JUST the right tools to prevent that...
Nice example, but as you already say: it is two effects that can be measured and evaluated separately according to the principles described by Jane...
If we're open like that. Capitalism is a Russian invention to bring down Western civilisation. With the collapse of Goldman Sachs they were ALMOST there.
10 points for the most creative fill-in-the-blanks-for-10-points
Actually Russian agents within the NSA are leaking real information through what the rest of the NSA believes is false information ans Snowden is involved in this operation playing along with the game, letting the NSA believe the intended plan was to defecting to Russia and feed the Russians false information...
I prefer your over this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
I have to admit it's not hard to find a better version...
But mine plays Gangnam Style
Of course most of us don't need that gadget, but it's cool to see an older nerd like that picking up nerd-skills and making cool nerd stuff.
Instead of saying "that is cute, but Simpsons did it" you can also say like "you must have had a lot of fun making it" and enjoy his enthusiasm
Too many times a researches made a fancy spread sheet, added some stuff over the years and then wants a decent application that does the same.
Many times the problems they're working on are very interesting, but it's a BIG challenge to rewrite everything to a normal application
But of course we like challenges like that
Now it's Shelve / Commit.
But even that might be history soon as I already have seen some auto-shelve plugins for my IDE.
That would be silly.
It would be as silly as... wiping all the computers of an entire university
Are you telling me you still keep all your data on your C-Drive instead of an other partition, an other drive or NAS or even on a cloud?