How many of these yahoo accounts were the contact address for a LinkedIn account and used the same password?
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"Hi Mr. X, we'd like to pay you 25% more to come work for us if you're a good fit for the team."
I love my job and the people I work with, but if Google called with that offer, I would listen. I would be stupid to not listen and at least give my boss the opportunity to make a counter-offer.
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New information technologies make it easier for people who share a hatred to organize around it...
The impact of technology on society is just as newsworthy here as the next incremental improvement in graphics engines.
Doesn't matter; if you're not willing to behave as an automaton and judge just the facts rather than the law, you won't get on a jury.
The attitude matters. It's one thing to be called and then not asked to serve. It's another thing entirely to shirk your duty because you think you're "too smart" to be on a jury. The fact that they want a biased, ignorant jury is a different issue.
My coworkers and I attempt to counter balance this by treating jury duty as a civic obligation.
All of the "smart people" that get out of jury duty because they're "smart" can go screw themselves. They're the reason that stupid decisions like this are made and become precedent for other stupid decisions.
negating a bad moderation. new discussion system + mobile browser = bad idea for moderation
You're allowed to spend a gallon per passenger for every 200 miles traveled. So if you have 10 passengers you can spend 10 gallons to go 200 miles.
10(passengers)*200(miles)/10(gallons)=200 Passenger Miles/Gallon.
10(passengers)*400(miles)/20(gallons)=200 Passenger Miles/Gallon.
And so on.