Newspapers start reporting on the Internet! You can get a documentary on DVD about the future of streaming, and the buggy-whip makers are designing novelty car decorations!
Or you could watch the AMC Remake from 2009, making Nolan's potential effort a Remake of a Remake...
Visa has a tokenization program available for 3rd parties who want to integrate it. It just so happens that the biggest vendor so far is Apple.
What authors (or writers, or artists) do you enjoy reading most? I often find that the people I like to read like to read the people I should be reading.
Also, thank you for Spider.
I'd have to look more into the Google implementation, but I can say with "I work on it" certainty that Apple Pay uses EMV Tokenization, and is treated like Card Present, and that it was the first major tokenization effort we've rolled out.
I'm sorry for your situation, but corporate BG checks are pretty much a joke after 10 years.As long as you aren't applying for jobs that have an application-form process, unless you were convicted of fraud or something involving theft, it won't even be a blip during the interview process. While there are very specific jobs you are disqualified from holding (you can't be Bonded, and you can't carry a Gun) it won't even come to light until they've already decided if they want to hire you.
I typically prefer walking up ramps to the god-awful low-rise steps they are using now. So at least I can use the 'benefit' they are legally required to provide from an ADA perspective. Whereas if I chose not to take advantage of a provision I am physically able to use, it would be my own fault.
That men will also be seeing a 20k bump in available work/life benefits. You know, because there is still no indication that the 'Wage Gap' exists in skilled IT positions.
While I think that the vast majority of 'cell phone photography' is shite and demonstrates nothing more than the cultural obsession with the idea that we are special, unique, and that other people want to be deluged with our personal experiences, the fine-grain minutiae of technique involving strictly technical methodology is simply a tool, and an out of date one at that. There seems to be just as much of a delusion with photogs about the difference between changing the capturing parameters of an image, and simply post-processing the image to appear the way you want it to, and I suspect that most of the harrumpf'ing comes from people who are upset that you can now do in Photoshop what it used to take thousands and thousands of shots to gain the knowledge to accomplish.
The issue is STILL that they want to control ANY aspect of the connection between my terminal and the content provider, based on 'negotiated' rates. They still think they are in charge of something other than a Goddamn fat pipe.
It's been fun to watch the reaction to smartwatches over at Hodinkee - 'high-end' watch fans will have a hard time taking ANYTHING that costs less than a grand seriously, and most people who wear a high-end watch certainly aren't doing it for the functionality of the perpetual calendar or the accuracy of the tourbillion movement.
I have my own issues with the iWatch, but while I will call the design clean and modern, I certainly won't call it beautiful.
As a Colorado native, I find it easier to just pretend that nothing of importance exists between the Mississippi River and DIA. If you've ever had to take a road trip East of Denver, you know it's true.
Why are you not already +5 Insightful (or Funny)???
But I have a hard time referring to Rev. Jackson by the titular "US Civil Rights Leader" when in fact, he is most widely known for promoting the civil rights of a specific minority. Also, and again, I don't like where this is going. Hiring should be based on qualification of skill, and NOTHING else. Trying to make up for inequality of upbringing by arbitrating diversity standards is as stupid today as it was 20 years ago.
The point at which this guy admitted he maliciously tampered with equipment, he was screwed. He should have argued that he was incompetent...