Plz no frost pist.
Plz no frost pist.
Many cars come with onstar capabilities. which means they have a phone in them.
Give the passengers $20 bucks, or something if they surrender their equipment voluntarily.
Other than that, I think if you're traveling on public roads/property, your limo service shouldn't be able to restrict usage. In fact, I'd be surprised if you're allowed to restrict usage to begin with as I'm sure some law already exists for this!
When access to resources is a difficult or lengthy process, and deadlines for products using those resources don't take that into consideration, then it is easier to hand over your credentials.
If the processes for gaining access were streamlines and efficient, then this wouldn't occur. Since it probably is not streamlines and efficient, this is what you get.
PDF's already embed images, text, layout, colors... you name it.
I don't think that's a reason to publish a pdf over expressing that content in html. Violation of convention or purpose or standards... any of those are good arguments, just not throwing in a reason of X already supports this, so use X.
It was just a play on the Sim City fiasco with their online only mode debate. It was sarcasm as you noted in that WoW is an MMORPG in which it's required to be online, as that's what the O is for. It actually had nothing to do with me disliking or liking DRM, only that we're making demands for changes to their ecosystem and we might as well get all crazy on them.
I hate the always online mode of WoW. I want an offline version!
SpaceX, Virgin Galactic
*cough* Yeah, I can see your point.
SpaceX used NASA's documentation. They wouldn't have existed if not for NASA, it would not have been profitable to attempt to generate that knowledge. Ditto for Virgin Galactic.
No wealthy businessperson will drop their entire net worth on something that they can't see the rewards from within their lifetime.
I'm not going to waste my time debunking everything you can dream up, but I'm more than confident that none of what you can imagine would have been possible without the government expending its power to lay the infrastructure necessary to operate any of these companies. Or the knowledge acquired from government sponsored research.
Even when you think, man, I got you on THIS! Turn around and look how it's funded. Chances are, it was kickstarted by a government grant.
International Business Systems
My Clean PC
those are all common words too
And it has figured out that all objects have been constructed from an all knowing being. Divine intervention if you will.
Except that the minimum rates are the prices they wanted from you anyways. It's like Verizon's unlimited legacy plan vs their 2gb data plan. Metered pricing is good for you right? Well their 2gb data plan cost as much as their unlimited plan (that you can't get anymore).
If they took their previous rates and actually prorated based on usage, then your Grandpa figure could get by on a $1.50 plan instead of $15 one. But the isp can't get by when 50% of everyone pays less than their minimum they need to stay afloat. Nah, you're still making the low volume users subsidize the high volume ones, and then you're gouging the high volume users to the point where they either find a new isp or quit their streaming.
So the poor saps back in the verizon example are paying the $20 for 2gb when quite a few of them use less than 100mb a month and should be paying... $1.
I'm even worse... I'm down at the less than 10mb a month user... Give me my damn 10 cent bill for crying out loud. I'm on wifi all the time. 99.9999% of my usage is being paid for through other providers, but I still have to pay the verizon tax to have a smart phone that uses 10mb of their bandwidth.
Exactly! *nods head*
you're being trolled.
ok, add 2 months.. it's still 2 years apart regardless.
I THINK MAN INVENTED THE CAR by instinct. -- Jack Handley, The New Mexican, 1988.