'But "regretfully, that information was not fully communicated throughout the full team," '
My experience from working in ICU and ER years ago:
- Nurse to Intern: "This guy has been in Liberia"
- Nurse to Intern: "This guy has been in Liberia!"
- Nurse to Intern: "This guy has been in Liberia!!"
- Intern to Resident: "This guy has a fever."
- Charge Nurse to Orderly: "Hey, can you put that guy in a chair so we can free up exam room four?"
- Resident to Intern: "What do you suggest?"
- Intern: "Ummmm, fluids and antibiotics?"
- Resident: "Check."
Can't know, but when I hear phrases like "full team", that's what I am reminded of. Very very unfortunate. Beyond all of the additional exposure, the guy didn't get the care he likely needed to have a chance at survival.
....Only apple could repackage a stale turd, sell it as a "better life experience,"
I wouldn't argue your point, but he didn't merely promise "a better life experience", rather:
"They had bought an Android phone by mistake, and then had sought a better experience and a better life."
Small difference, but Tim looks to be promising a flat-out better life. Amazing. All from a little phone. Oh, thank-you Tim! Your are THE BEST!"
I conflate nothing you twit. Try this:
"As with all forms of complementary and alternative medicine, the practice of osteopathy does not always adhere to evidence-based medicine (EBM). There are few high-quality research studies demonstrating that osteopathy is effective in treating any medical condition other than lower back pain."
Of course, that quote is from...Wikipedia
A bug? a mistake? A design?"
Risked everything. Gained nothing.
Bunny: "Bless me father, for it has been 3 years since my last confession. I confess that I have not been attending Mass regularly and have had impure thoughts about proprietary technologies!"
Father O'Reilly: "Why that is fairly serious. I suggest you say a Hail Mary twice a day for two months."
Bunny: "OK, Father."
Father O'Reilly: "Oh, and can you make a Novena?"
Bunny: "Why sure, Father! Give me the schematic and I can make anything!"
And Fluke is out for support, too. Those people who get free Fluke meters from Sparcfun aren't going to call Sparcfun when they need help with the meter. They're going to call Fluke because Fluke's name is on them.
People call Fluke for support on a frickin' DMM???