Companies that do these mass layoffs should be banned from utilizing H1B visa employees for one month per employee terminated.
One of the most fair, hard-working & awesome people I know was born & raised in East Germany. She was also one of the first people over the wall when it came down. I've worked with her for 19 years & I'm pretty sure she'd have an exception to this "study".
The US and the Netherlands are special cases. For example in English you don't say "The Australia", "The Brazil" or "The Canada".
Thanks for the elucidation. I've always thought "the Ukraine" was a special case as well.
Bingo, they are both just tribalism when boiled down.
But apparently you assholes don't care about what you are going to eat while your permafrost thaws.
I know where you are coming from. I have an old Linksys PCMCIA wifi card that had 7 different hardware revisions & almost as many drivers.
I think it's time Google started cutting countries off when they pull stupid shit like this. Canada isn't even 40 million people.
Looks like it's time for a gritty Bananaman reboot!
Jody *Williams* has to be a fairly common name & as a bonus, it's unisex.
The signatures on the letter reads like a who's who of ISP industry presidents and CEOs, including AT&T's Randall Stephenson, Cox Communications' Patrick Esser, NCTA president (and former FCC commissioner) Michael Powell, Verizon's Lowell McAdam, and Comcast's Brian Roberts.
Case closed, we all know they know what's best for us, right?
Looks like the Reality Distortion Field has rubbed off on Mr. Cook. It's become a game with me to tease my fiance about the things my cheap-ass Nexus can do that her 64GB iPad can't.
As someone who, over the past 20 years, has designed outside plant for literally every single major ISP in the country, his ideas are hilarious. It's like a plumber watching House M.D. & then telling a neurosurgeon that he could do it better. "They can just upgrade the poles!" "They can just bury everything they can't put on a pole!" "Who care about that gas line & power cable!"
Congress created the FCC in 1934 to "regulate interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable". If they had the political will, they could disband it just as easily. They could also revisit the FCCs charter periodically to make sure that it's keeping up with technological progress. Instead, they'd rather hold 50+ votes on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Had *all* the D's voted no, we'd be having a different conversation.
Whatever, like you are privy to any of that. Making shit up just makes you look foolish.