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the crew of the Challenger disaster
If you are that involved in a project that failed in such a spectacular fasion, I suspect you are not putting anything on your resume.
A current C.V. is one of the least of your new set of problems.
Yes, as far as I knew that is what it is called.
What I have learned so far from this article is:
- Little-icon-thingy is not the correct name
- Favicon is the right name. I like mine more.
- Many companies use an assortment of primary colours.
- Google's makes a lower case 'g'. Cool, had not noticed that yet.
What falls in the what else is new category:
- Some people don't think a story belongs on the front page
This is a story that clearly belongs in idle. It is also, in one dudes opinion, from the top of that pile. So if the category exists, does the cream of it not belong on the front page?
This is the case where a $222,000 verdict was awarded for downloading 24 songs
RTFA. RIAA downloaded 24 songs from her.
Not strictly true. Depends what kind of logs the filesharing program kept, or her ISP.
And you are giving the RIAA the logs from your computer? Her ISP is not logging her file sharing activities.
I like to call it "innocent until proven guilty", but apparently, this doesn't apply to civil cases.
No, it does not. You are correct. One example of Oranthal, who was found innocent of double murder in a criminal trial, but guilty in a civil trial. At a civil trial the burden is not on the prosecutor to prove guilt. The court tries to determine what the most likely thing to happen was, then applies what they feel are the appropriate damages.