Public results? Anyone can take your work and use it for something profitable, while you scrape for grants to continue.
Klingon shower sex.
I use Google+, and Chrome, and Google Apps, Mail, AdWords, etc.
Google loves me as a result and respects my privacy.
Bribes, prostitutes, extravagance
If politicians didn't require it, governments would have banned cash long ago.
If you have a lower history of traffic violations and a lower insurance claims record than a robot, you should pay less, and vice versa.
it is NOT secure!!!
Secure communication means that only you or your friend on the other end can disclose secrets, not the service in betwen.
If you run a truly secure e-mail service and Uncle Sam wants keys, the correct response is "sorry, can't help you; we do not have any keys".
for going to the movies with Dr. Sheldon Cooper!
Git is absolutely not a good first version control system for people who are clueless about version control. (Such as, evidently, your developers).
Git requires prior experience with at least two simpler version control systems. In git, you often run into scenarios that require you to understand its complicated repository representation so that you can choose the best steps to unravel them, based on understanding the ramifications of each approach.
The implementation of git is not hidden from the user behind a robust set of "no brainer" use cases.
The decentralized model alone will confuse the heck out of workers with no prior version control experience.
Use a system that has a centralized server from which working copies are checked out, like Subversion.
If lives were important, we'd be in Africa solving poverty and treatable disease.
You cannot compare people being murdered to people who do not know (at least according to popular perception) how to eke out a living.
This Slashdot poll is about whether to bomb Syria, not whether to go after the oppressive regime somehow.
"Innocent people were gassed
I'm in favor of cleanly executed assassinations that take out all the correct bastards one at a time.
If I think that some publisher's output is poor, that is my opinion. It is not libel.
Ah, in the United States perhaps. But if I express that opinion in Canada, it might in fact be defamation. Oops!
True North Strong and Free, indeed
For instance, the publisher could start a blog in which they call the librarian "Mr. Poopy Pants".
That is essentially the equivalent of what he did to them.
If I think that some publisher's output is poor, that is my opinion. It is not libel. You can't sue people for having standards (even completely vague ones that change daily) and for claiming that some things don't measure up to those standard (in no objective way).
Libel would be if I claim that, say, the publisher cheated someone out of ten thousand dollars, when in fact that is false.
Nobody would be dumb enough to be seen with that, especially around airports. So your luggage is safe.
The dot com bust hit the IT sectory specifically, and followed a huge bubble in which tons of people were found in unnecessary jobs fueled by the gush of easy start-up money.
How can you even compare.