Donate the hardware or sell it, sure. But wasting thousands of man hours in order to "save the environment" is wasteful ecologically in the long run because is leads to greater energy, paper, and food waste in the long run.
Agreed, they should keep whatever MSWord licenses they are currently running. There is almost no need to upgrade Office unless you need more than the maximum Excel row count.
Honestly, this is the solution. Unless you and your coworkers are working for free, the man hours you will waste on transitioning and people having issues with the new machines, be it not knowing the file system or the differences between MS Word and LibreOffice. You should run the numbers and find out.
The machines you need, over their projected lives of 4 years cost $X per employee per day. That $X is likely less than 30 minutes. Is it likely that the new systems will cost you more than the same amount of man-hours in conversion and support?
Yeah, but they will work perfectly fine for board game pieces, art pieces, simple kid toys, cups, plates.. Yeah, that's about it
But the technology is advancing, give it a few years and you'll be able to create most home tools, Legos, and other everyday objects.
Another big issue is that these were 12 top of the line violins. Its pretty impressive honestly to say that violins that hundreds of years old can sound identical to 12 top of the line modern violins. No other 300 year old instrument is likely to sound as good as a modern top of the line version.
It allows you to build and upgrade your phone a piece at a time.
I think the biggest draw for me would be "replace your screen after you drop it". Feature
Its electro permanent. Meaning it requires a power to connect and to disconnect, but no power to remain connected.
Most things don't use the entire stack.
TCP/IP needs to be seperate layers because you don't want to use TCP for everything.
Everything on the internet has an IP address, so that is the universal internet layer. You can put TCP or UDP or any number of more obscure layers on top of that.
Most applications squish the sesson,presentation,application layers into one, keeping them seperate is optional, there isn't a separate encapsulation header for each just a session flag to keep track the individual connection.
Under the IP layer (network) you have the data-link and physical layer. data-link is your MAC address (this is neccesary) and physical is your wire, there isn't a protocol there generally, though there is for WIFI for example which doesn't use wires.
No such thing as crash-free. Hardware/power/other software can cause crashes as well. Its way better to be crash-safe than crash proof. Crash proof is just waiting to be proved wrong.
I doubt they are doing this, but I had thought up an interesting solution to this a while back.
XP can be treated as a universal currency. All servers are assigned XP points based upon the users % spent on their server. So you have a central authentication system that knows user Z spend 40% of his time this month on server X and 60% of his time on server Y this month. Server X in total is slightly less popular and given its 1000 users and their time spent gets allotted say 4000XP, and Server Y with its more 1200 users who spend more time on it gets allotted say 8000XP.
Those servers can have their own internal economy and XP distribution systems, but when you leave the server the server has to decide how much XP to give to this leaving user. It can give it 0, but nobody will use this server, it can give that one user all 8000XP of its monthly allotment but then would piss off the rest of the userbase
The answer is C, you can break 7 up into 5 and 2
So in your head you can subtract 5 from 15 quickly to get 10, then subtract another 2 to get 8.
Have you looked at the budget this is referening?
Table 6.1â"Composition of Outlays: 1940â"2019
The "Budget" consist of essentially 2 items.
National Defense: 506 B
Payments for individuals: 2221B
Net Interest rounds up the 3rd biggest item for 208B
While yes, we probably do spend too much on some of these "payment to individuals" items, essentially all services the government buys/pays for is a payment to an individual.
P-38 is a can opener, but yeah parent poster really should define their terms.
I think the best system would be a mixed system.
1) Have a tax that pays a high percentage up to a certain amount (State colleges work this way) per credit hour or whatever.
2) Have a national scholarship program that pays for good grades. Our currently scholarship program are a patchwork system and leave out many students.
3) Strict requirements for attending college. If you can't make the grade you get kicked out. Do allow for reentry after a few years, sometimes people have to grow up and mature.
The game itself is providing an interface to rate the game. If you tell it you are going to rate the game a 4 it has you send an email. If you tell it you are going to rate the game a 5, it sends you to the play store, where you can then rate it however you like.
Don't use in-app rating. Go to google play store and rate the game however you want.