I've worked 2 stints at Qualcomm, 4 years as a consultant in the late 90s, and 4 years as an employee in the mid 00's. I've never worked so hard, put in more hours, got more stuff done, cranked out more code, etc, as I have in my QCOM time. Why? In meetings my ideas were listened to. I had a ton of freedom in my job to Get Things Done. I was recognized for Stuff I Got Done. I was not bogged down in daily staff meetings, weekly department meetings, etc. I had input on who to hire for my team. Most of all, I Had A Door I Could Close (but never did). Treat your employees like intelligent people, give them the tools they need, get out of the way, and they will not only be happy, but productive as fuck. And why the fuck can't I format this in any way except for 1 paragraph? Cuz that ain't how I wrote it, none of my html tricks are doing squat, and I'm prolly off to Soylent News soon anyway.
I just wish San Diego wasn't in California.
Considering it took less than 24 hours to make this law you know it's a heaping pile of garbage. It takes time to craft a good law, more than 24 hours.
I spent 8 years working full time and going to school part time. Not a single cent of debt was incurred.
So far I've only seen the new face when I go out of my way to see it. It doesn't suck like so many say, but it's much worse than the classic version. Not getting the butthurt today.... Prefer what I see today, but won't take my ball and go home if the new page takes over.
It's been 20 years, but in '94 I spent 6 months writing something in TCL. I don't remember why I ended up hating it so much, but I seem to recall I was never sure if I wanted to use *foo, foo, or &foo in any given situation.
MW3 is a joke on a PS3, I'm typically 150-250ms behind the action. Oddly enough, I just put the disc in today for the first time in months. 3 games. 3 different cheaters with a mod that makes them invisible. Methinks it will be several more months before I try the game, IW doesn't seem to care.
1) The breach was discovered in December, sounds like it's been going on for months. 2) I'd be very surprised if Target is the only entity that got breached. I keep waiting to hear "Oh, hey, 'member that Target thing? It's now a Walmart, Sears, TJ-Maxx, and Nordstroms thing".
How many stones in a metric shitload?
As long as they're OK with me using my taser on them when they do so.
RTFA: "three 6,700-hp thrusters at the rear of the Prelude"
That Honda must go hella fast, unless it has to haul your mom around.
Notice how consumers aren't given the choice of buying "pure" gas, as opposed to E10. I'm pretty sure that if we had the choice we'd be buying the good stuff, not the corn crap.
The board cloisters themselves in a conference room. When there is no CE0 it's booking terminal shows a BSOD. When there is a CEO the terminal will boot to metro.
There are other places to get stuff from where you don't have to pay the California extortion. B&H, J&R to name 2 off the top of my head. I'd rather my money go to UPS and FED-Ex than the bozos in Sacramento.