Are you from the 90s. We have retail stores run by reliance, tata and huge chains. They have their own sister banks and investment firms. I doubt they have to borrow money at all, surely not at 25%, unless it is an accounting trick. Your whole post screams 90s mom and pop store. They have been replaced by chains even in larger towns
Will this work with google analytics disabled/blocked. If not, no thank you.
In my state organic certification doesnt require it to be GMO free. Plus organic certification only covers fresh produce, I eat a lot of stuff that is not fresh produce.
Then give the consumers a choice to not buy GMO. Label products as GMO.
Plenty of products are already labeled as NOT GMO. So people already have a choice.
Not plenty enough. I am in the US west coast in a fairly large city, with a whole foods and a choice of stores. I honestly dont find enough products labelled GMO free.
Then give the consumers a choice to not buy GMO. Label products as GMO. No one is forced to buy doesn't apply, when that piece of information is not available.
Also they should stop patenting genes, which spread naturally into neighboring farms.
Install Linux then?
You take the wheel with you. It is designed to be carried with you.
Not if they had permission from the owners. Microsoft did (read the EULAs)
You are all missing something. CurrentC will be tied to the retailer's membership program. If you want to take advantage of the retail's card or membership discounts, you will have to use CurrentC or the membership card (which will inturn use it). Target has Red card which offers 5% discount (or more). When Target switches to CurrentC, there would instantly be plenty of CurrentC users. Target Red card requires a bank account to be linked, and it has been quite successful. Members discounts would only be for CurrentC users. I am sure if the major retailers all implement this (and only you have register with CurrentC only once), it would take off pretty quickly.
6. CurrentC is based on QR Codes, which is just stupid.
I'll go back to carrying cash before I use a mess like that. Or barter. Or growing my own food on a mountain top somewhere.
Good for you.
Someone died. In an ideal system (and probably one that exists only in imagination), no one would die (except may be the terrorist). Working towards a better ideal system is not a bad thing at all. I personally don't consider this a better system. I do understand that some people do. Why change anything is an ideology you should refrain from adopting.
He used a gopro. Very sensible choice.
He would be more comfortable if the permission of the Ecuador govt. is also required, like it is right now. I doubt he wants to rely on the UK not granting permission
The ones that use SMS dont prevent replay attacks? Any half decent SMS two factor authentication will prevent replay attacks.
2 factor auth is not supposed to prevent a MITM BTW. A page MITM-ing facebook can just pass information between the user and the server (the user will give the 2 factor auth to the MITM-ing server, which will just pass it on to facebook), and keep the session alive for as long as they want.
Net neutrality is not even anything close to unlimited bandwidth. It is about not discriminating traffic. At&t can keep their 2 GB caps, but they can't discriminate websites or discriminate customers for the matter
I punched one #physics op's buttons so hard, he still bans me on sight in #physics. Even though I trolled him in #philosophy, a channel in which he didn't have ops. This is the calibre of the discourse on freenode's #physics and other channels with academic disciplines for their titles: ops ban based on whims. It's stupid and it reduces the knowledge content of the chat.
If you troll #philosophy, why would you be expected to behave any better in #physics? You are the same person in both channels. I dont see the problem here, really.
All moderated channels. There used to be a channel that aksis owned, several years ago, that had a policy of no kicks/bans. It was a great libertarian experiment in absolute freedom of speech. It was the best channel ever. We fought our battles on a level playing field, with our words (or our bots!).
There was another channel, ##politics, which was moderated like all the other channels on !freenode. You had a choice: you could go to #politics for absolute freedom of speech, or ##politics for same old same old. #politics was by far the more popular, because it was fun. Freedom is a heady feeling.
But freenode got scared of the fun we were having in that channel. The little old ladies that run freenode shut it down, made it like all the other channels.
Freenode is not 4chan. Expecting freenode to be like 4chan is a foolish. If you are in a channel in freenode, you must comply with both channel rules and network rules. Freenode will not hesitate to enforce their network rules in channels if the channel ops are not enforcing them.