I can only tell you first-hand about the quality of my inner-city urban public high school school. Teachers included a Physics PhD, a Mathematics PhD, a Biology PhD and several MS English. This was one of the top US college-prep high schools, though.
... or lack qualifications that would allow them to be get a raise down the street. [Notwithstanding whether requirements placed on hiring public school teachers are justifiable]
> Quoted link in TFS is referring to googlephone, not crunchpad FWIW.
Au contraire, my fine lazy reader.
Why not just ask them to take a shower and pump in some Zyklon B?
Representatives of some TV makers, including top-seller Vizio Inc. of Irvine, said they would have little trouble complying with tighter state standards without substantially increasing prices.
Oh, I see. They would have little trouble increasing prices.
I remember this as well. And here's evidence:
If you have a large corporation, there's no way a few individuals at the top can possibly monitor the behavior of hundreds or thousands of employees. Should a CEO go to prison because some low-level manager commits fraud? If that were the case, no-one would ever take the risk of forming and running a major business.
Too big to jail? Corporation size could use some downward pressure.
They don't use optical sensors so there's nothing a sticker could block. When the doors close and you're in the way they try to squash you and only if your limbs don't fall off they open up again for a few seconds before slamming closed on you again if you're stupid enough not to move in.
I am unconvinced that camera phones have separate speakers dedicated to the camera functionality. If you disable the loud speaker on the phone, how do you hear it ring?