I basically never go outside and my lungs are just fine, lol. I don't see the cause and effect there. When I do go outside (summer at least) boom, allergy meltdown. Now that's a lung condition.
Do you live in my-God-it's-freaking-damp-here England?
Second and in any event, this is self evidently not a case relating to a trivial offence, but to serious sexual offences.
Yeah, they reserve that sort of remote questioning for non-serious crimes such as murder.
charge a percent of your gross income. not a fixed number.
that way, you and I can still afford to patent, but large companies will think twice about it.
THAT would be a good goal to shoot for.
america has become the land of the big company. and if you're small or medium, your only goal is to become larger. I think that's broken by design. its almost always a freedom-reducing process to merge and consolidate companies into bigger and bigger ones.
no one speaks for the little guy anymore. reason: he can't afford to bribe PACs and congress as well. its just that simple in the US, these days.
All fine and good if your business runs nimble enough to handle this. But Enterprise class is software for the slow lumbering business where it would take Months or years for the people who needs to know to migrate off the system to actually know about it. Then they will need to setup a migration team and find an alternate products and all a bunch of other nonsense.
Enterprise software usually Sucks Majorly. But it sucks consistently, and that is why they buy it.
The big thing Apple had going for it compared to Atari and Commodore was expansion. They had slots that you could put cards in that allowed it to do things:
Serial cards (RS-232 serial interface)
Parallel cards (Centronics/IEEE 1284 parallel interface)
Multifunction I/O cards
80 column (or more) text cards (e.g., Videx)
PAL Color graphics cards (required for color graphics in early European Apples)
Floppy disk controllers
Hard disk controllers
Memory expansion cards
Realtime clock cards
Music and sound cards
Surface RT is not a dud, it is a great product and million have been sold.
Discussing the requests openly, either within or beyond the walls of an involved company, can violate federal law
Any act of congress that purports to deny our freedom of speech is not a law at all, but a usurpation. Congress has no power to trump the constitution.
Probably not a wise idea to start a family while on minimum wage. Condoms are cheaper than kids.
Realistically MINIMUM wage shouldn't be enough to support a family on. Its the federally mandated lowest wage possible. Its what high school kids are being payed to work the register at a fast food place or wave those stupid "Get you taxes done here!" signs. Those jobs aren't worth paying enough to support an entire family off of but the minimum wage structure has to accommodate those types of jobs.
At one time I worked a minimum wage job myself (for 3 years in high school stocking the shelves and drink boxes at a gas station). It was a nice way to keep a couple dollars of spending money in my pocket. Then I went to college and got an education so I wouldn't be stuck there forever. Most of that education was paid for using loans which I actually just got finished paying back.
The world doesn't OWE you anything. About all minimum wage should allow is for you - only you - to have a place to sleep and enough food to stay alive. If you want to support anyone else (spouse, children, etc) and provide a quality of life above eating, sleeping, and going to work, then get a better job.
It could replace the mouse. Not the keyboard.
Still for fast typing you need a good feel on what is going on.
Not by much, it would be barely noticeable, if you don't need to carry an external mouse it is probably even better.