AFAIK, not a single nuclear power station has yet been decommissioned and cleaned up anywhere in the world
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T... Still has the "what do we do with nuclear waste?" problem, but it was decommissioned anyway.
The hammer quite a bit. The modern hammers with sprung steel heads, claws (and other attachments) and ergonomic handles especially those designed to mitigate RSI have in fact changed significantly.
And how many of those would you consider incremental improvements of the same fundamental design and how many of those were on the level of trying to put the hammerhead in the middle of the handle?
Rock and a hard place.
_THE_ most successful company on the planet
For any investor Apple has been THE success story
which is a little more believable, though still not true unless you're speaking about a very specific time frame in Apple stock price. And market cap, please.
Um, Apple is _THE_ most successful company on the planet, by a wide margin.
GE, 3M, IBM, Wal-mart, Nike, Exxon, AT&T, J&J and most of the finance industry disagree with you. What was your metric for "successful" again? Smartphone production or something?
Seriously, Slashdotters have such a strong sense of "I know how to do it right and they clearly don't so let me spell it out for you..."
No shit, right?
you made a very fine argument for classifying yourself as a former (as opposed to current) geek.
As if referring to herself as a "macgrrl" and then referencing a 10+ year old OS didn't already do that.
Fair enough, my bad.