Or, you could just, you know, not. That would also cut down on complaints from the bleeding hearts.
As someone said above, only 30 years ago in Scotland (when I was wee) guising was the main activity on Hallowe'en and was very popular. Trick or treating was something strange and foreign.
We made lanterns from turnips and went round the houses performing a routine to earn our sweeties (e.g. telling a joke, singing a song, etc). Since it wasn't a tradition undertaken in England (or at least London) it was the one holiday left alone by the media and commercialism. Its strange now because England has picked up the Americanized version of the holiday and English based commercialism has forced that version up here as well.
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I would not assume competency. Maybe its changed but historically MI5 has been anything but :
"The employee can decide if the pay is worth it."
Its lucky that the job market is infinitely flexible and everyone can pick and choose exactly what job they do, when they do it and how much they get paid for it.
I didn't mind Myst, but agree about Doom - it was a game changer. It had non-stop action, was networked and had infinite maps and mods.
We had 4 computers on a local LAN and I used to play all night and then go home and literally dream about running down those jaggy lined corridors.
Stan Lee, is that you?
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The guy with the stretchy arms?
Before you all jump on the bandwagon, this is about monitoring and being involved in the workflow of company accounts, not controlling what employees say on their personal accounts. I cannot see anything bad about this and in fact when I first saw it yesterday I thought it was a nice business idea.
Effectively it is for companies with local branches (like a franchise) where head office wants some control over the official social media accounts of their sub-branches or franchisees. It means branches can run their own social media marketing, but head office can be involved in the workflow to ensure it fits in with corporate policy and marketing.
I'm sure its open to abuse, but what isn't?
- Chart showing project phases, task dependencies and milestones
- Cross-project resource management
- Usecase support (create, edit, delete and overview)
- Task support (linkable to a Usecase)
- Ticket System / Bugreport integration
- Sourcecode browser (CVS, SVN)