Someone teach this man (professor) the difference between causality and correlation.. He's not a artsie guy, he's a scientis... Wait... "assistant professor of psychiatry"..... Ok.. I understand.
Slow boot up times?? Not in my house!
Do you have a subscription for the Sun or a similar newspaper? If you do, good for you. But, there are millions who stopped paying for their news. Without this revenue, how exactly are the news outlets supposed to have all these professionals on staff? Magic money tree? The more people get their news from the "internet", the less money will be spent on gathering the news. This is just a natural outcome of the digital age. If it reduces the quality, well.. That's just part of the game.
tip it a few hexadecimals in knowledge to jump ahead in the queue?
Nothing... Everything.. -- Bonus points to the man (or sultan) who knows the reference --
Why didn't people make such a big deal with Edward Norton was caught curb stomping some black guy b/c his daddy's truck was shot up?
I left AMD a couple years ago to pursue other interests before all this layoff crap was happening and the mood was pretty good. There was a new team that was started in Russia, but the teams were assured that "this doesn't effect the jobs in Canada, as these are NEW jobs and the team in Canada was growing as well!". Many people bought into this - I didn't. Went back for a visit a few months later, and found out that they had opened two new offices - in Europe and Asia I think. The mood was a bit grimmer - not due to the offices but just the market in general. All these Engineering jobs they are laying off now, when they "create" these jobs again in the future (if AMD improves) will NOT be in North America. They will for sure just expand the teams in Asia/Russia/Eastern Europe. Same level of expertise and capability for less cost. What's not to like? I am not saying that North American engineers are undeservingly expensive. Just that they NEED to make more money to survive in North America due to the high taxes and supporting the general society.