"XYZ Cab Company has more knowledgeable drivers, I'll use them"
"Uber is cheaper, so I'll use them".
2. Strict controls distract the teachers
3. Strict controls in the form of standardized curricula, teaching methods and tests stifle creativity and innovation...
4. Strict controls disempower the teachers...
Wouldn't tenure mean there are no strict controls over teachers? Wouldn't it mean they can use their best judgement in teaching rather than worry about being fired for not following the strict controls?
Isn't that the point of tenure in higher education? You have more freedom to be creative because you don't have to worry about being fired?
You lost the thread man.
We're here to discuss, not win or lose. It was an interesting read for someone who knows very little about init processes!
good luck getting it programmed as they won't likely carry the numerous systems required to program each and every model by all the different manufacturers.
That is not how "programming of the keys" work at all. Once you get the key, it is a matter of getting the vehicle to accept it. You don't actually program the key. And with my vehicle (and it seems most others), all you need is the car itself to do it.
Someone please double check me... http://www.ehow.com/way_570876...
And so are the cops, who are bound by the 4th amendment, last time I checked.
When was the last time you checked, 1970? : )
A computer scientist is someone who fixes things that aren't broken.