Luckily youtube can help
Luckily youtube can help
To coordinate and block duplicate stories.
Its like they don't even talk to each other.
"Hey do you think this is a good idea for the front page?"... "Nah it was submitted yesterday..."
And in fact it was submitted to
Well thats my point - no big deal
This particular patch has actually already been fixed and superseded. It should just fix itself automagically.
Scarce limited resource being sold off to the highest bidder and all that money will be spent in 3-4 days.
Sounds like most of America too... http://legacy.rasmussenreports...
Is that even legal?
Probably not, but you'll find most PI's do questionably illegal things all the time.
I have a friend who is a private eye who has a bunch of fake profiles and uses them to find the locations of people who are running out on their bills. If he's looking for the whereabouts of an older guy for example, he has a profile that is a 21 year old college girl - and he just friends whoever he's looking for and they usually almost always accept. Then these people tell their friends where they are going, private eye drops a gps tracking device on their car and "follows them home".
Rule 1 - if you are running from someone be weary of whoever just comes along and wants to be your friend.
The DEA's problem is they are using much more complex methods of getting people to friend them - they need to realize people are idiots and will friend whoever friends them.
Maybe on paper at first, but I had a team of Indian's replace me - I was a TAM (technical account manager for a really big software company). Basically it was 7 people replacing 1 person. I don't think those 7 people were cheaper than just me.
Also - I heard they lost nearly every single account I had - which was easily 12m a year in total.
With at will employment no - your employer can fire you for any reason they like.
Welcome to "right to work"
You should look into System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and User State Migration - we migrated 1200+ desktops from XP to 7 in about a month.
Firefox doesn't support the OS's built in certificate stores, which makes it a really big pain in the ass to manage certs yourself (like if your managing certs for firefox users at your company) - you basically have to compile certutil and write all kinds of fun scripts for client devices.
If firefox let me co-manage certs I could just re-add the deprecated cert