Maybe your problem was leaving your kids in diapers until they were 7?
Unless he had multiples, they don't all arrive at the same time. Sometimes just as soon as one is out of diapers, another one pops out.
American Airlines explained on their twitter feed they had a problem accessing their reservation system. Bad day to be on the AA ops team."
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Back in 2005 Apple pre-paid $1.25 billion to five NAND flash memory suppliers to ensure they would be able to supply Apple with memory through 2010. That was a five-year supply agreement (see Apple to pre-pay $1.25 billion for flash memory) that made sure Apple could continue its apparently inexorable rise as a mobile consumer electronics supplier. The five NAND flash memory suppliers were the same as those listed above although how the pre-payment broke down was not revealed at the time.
Apple also then proceeded to give its suppliers an indication of its estimated future needs year-by-year so that the vendors could tailor their manufacturing to meet its needs. The only problem was that towards the end of the five-year agreement Apple was reportedly accused of always over-estimating the need causing the flash memory vendors to be always in an oversupply situation and unable to raise prices. These accusations circulated in South Korea during 2009 (see Apple accused of NAND price manipulation).
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Who doesn't have a smartphone/tablet these days to do such things?!
Also, stop bitching that someone else didn't execute your vision.
Article could have been summarized with the following:
Idealist is upset at somewhat-related commercialized version of his idea.News at 11!
Unless you've got a truly ridiculous commute, you can probably bike to work without taking much more time than driving.
I work from home, you insensitive clod!
Why this trend away from RSS I wonder? It is because Google wants you to use G+ as the reader for all your "feeds" in some Facebook-wannabe fashion?
I'm not seeing what's "highly disruptive" about that.
Well, it would be highly disruptive to your wallet.
No; 0install isn't a commercial project.
You know you can advertise a non-commercial project, right?
The elephant in the room.
Kind of amazing that microsoft has had the nerve to go after Google's privacy practices, when its own regarding Bing generally arent as good.
Exactly. My favorite is the quote:
Scroogled will go on as long as Google keeps Scroogling people,' said a Microsoft spokesperson
You hear that splash, too? Yes, it is the sound of Microsoft jumping the shark.