The NP problem sets would like to have a word with you.
So, how long before the virtual screen has white-out all over it?
I'll be here all week.
Because I've got nowhere to go.
IT's early (for me) and my standard disclaimer of "the caffeine hasn't kicked in yet" applies, but "a power grid designed to carry it in the other direction" doesn't make a huge amount of sense to me.
I admit that circuits was a long time ago, and I never took (or had to take) the high power courses... But what does that even mean? The system is still AC, isn't it? So it's been handling carrying things in both directions forever.
Is this industry BS, or is there something to this claim?
Has it really been 7 years since he was disbarred?
I remember celebrating when he got the boot, but I didn't think it had really been that long ago.
that the "accurate within microns" part is only applicable if you feed it some scaling information.
Otherwise, it's going to only be as accurate as the person guessing the size of the original.
But is the 25% tax lower than what they'd pay if they hadn't diverted profits? Equal? More?
To actually discourage diversion of profit, wouldn't the penalty have to be higher, or at least equal to, what they're avoiding?
And does anyone not think that this will lead to tech companies having field trips to Hollywood to learn their style of creative accounting?
I have to admit, that before I ever read anything by (or about) Norquist, I wasn't inclined to take him seriously. But that happens when someone shares the same name as a Muppet.
Then I read his stuff, and now I don't take him seriously at all.
That people who use spaces for indentation are just WRONG.
It's all the documentation on the system. Because it's not just enough to say "yes, we've secured it", we have to write it down.
It's all paper trails, man.
There are days that I can rarely work up empathy for real people.
Coincidentally, those are the days that I have to drive on the 405. I wonder if there is a connection?
My degree is in Computer Engineering, with some Master's work in Comp Sci...
And these days I mostly work system accreditation. That is, certifying that a given system is secure. I do relatively little of the tech work, but push a lot of paper.
How do you change the default search functionality in Android?
Have you tried Googling for that information?
Are the updates where the hardware requirements have changed so much that you effectively have to buy new hardware. Obviously, not an issue for phones, but annoying as hell on PCs.
Or the company that comes out with an (non-free) upgrade ~every~ year, necessary or not, and immediately stops supporting the previous version. "Yeah, we know about that rare bug. It's fixed in the latest version, which will only cost you $150k, across your user base, to upgrade to."