Yoda, is that you?
Yoda, is that you?
Ditto. I am avoiding it.
There are 22 players, a referee and usually four linesmen on a football field. So there are about 646 football fields per women, unless it's women's football.
Oh, did you mean American football? I have no idea.
Man dating sites had their employees create fake profiles and message new users, to encourage them to pay. Some guy in Germany IIRC sued one of the big sites because he actually ended up going on a few dates with their female staff, which of course went nowhere. He was a big spender on the site, I don't think they go quite that far for most guys.
Of course there are also loads of prostitutes on there, who you have to pay to message.
Who is Coboyneal? I have heard of Cowboyneal though!
When you logged in to the app store you were asked if you wanted to convert your account to a Microsoft online account, or just log in to the app store. You must have ignored that question and blindly clicked through it, and hence your account was converted (unfortunately that is the default).
Open Task Manager and kill Cortana. It immediately comes back.
I've seen people saying that a couple of times. I disabled Cortana (well, I set all the privacy options during install and never
Both Android and Windows already support this.
On Android go to Settings->Data Usage->menu->Mobile Hotspots and select the networks you want to mark as being "mobile", which will make Android limit data use over them the same way it would over your mobile connection.
On Windows 10, 8 and I think 7 you simply need to mark the selected wifi network as "metered". You can do it by right clicking on the network in the network list when you connect to it. Windows will then limit its use.
No. You are totally confused.
You aren't even making sense now. My meaning is clear in the context of your original post. Potential in CS. If you meant something else, you communicated it so badly that the meaning has been lost.
Are you trying to say that you think some populations may have less potential for CS? Or just individuals. If you mean just individuals, then I agree with you but I don't see what it has to do with this scheme. It's like arguing that there is no point teaching maths at school because some kids are not good at it. It makes no sense at all.
Another great example is Bangladesh. In the 1960s the fertility rate was around 9, i.e. the average number of children that a woman had in her life was 9. These days its under 2.5, mostly due to education.
The problem with your hypothesis is that the opposite happened. In the 80s and up to about the mid 90s when efforts were being made to attract more women to CS the numbers were higher. It was only when we reached the 2000s that things started to go wrong. Part of it could be the dot-com bubble perhaps, although in the late 90s in particular it was a very lucrative time to be in CS. Lots of jobs, big money paid for fixing the millennium bug etc.
The schemes were a big success, but we stopped doing them. We thought the problem was mostly fixed and we didn't need to keep trying, so things slid backwards. There was also a more general cultural backlash in some areas, with the rise of "ironic" soft porn magazines aimed at young men and other examples of the you-know-that-I-know-that-you-know-it's-sexist thing that was used in a lot of media around then.
Now it's starting to swing back the other way. Even better, this time it's even more inclusive. Thanks to the internet the push-back is also more organized and vocal, but tends to lack the funding that the diversity and access programmes have.
The Shuttle is now going five times the sound of speed. -- Dan Rather, first landing of Columbia