We can't outlaw bail bondsmen because it would put American heros like Dog the Bounty Hunter out of work!
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If the court grants Apple's motion to participate as an intervenor, Apple has already submitted its answer to the complaint, and its counterclaim.
Lodsys can oppose Apple's motion to intervene. That may happen, but I believe Apple is fairly likely to be admitted as an intervenor."
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Well, as I'm sure we'll all admit, copyright infringement and terrorism are pretty much the same thing...kind of like jaywalking and murder.
Let the person these emails are supposed to be going to know that it happens a lot so they can correct it, assuming you can find their email address .
At least for domestic calls, Google Voice is free. Either that or Google likes me enough to never charge me when I call landlines from my computer.
There are several options, but based on experience on the PC, I'd go with ESET.
I got Wave during the beta, as did many of my friends, and we all thought it was pretty nifty. After a few weeks, it had pretty much lost its allure and almost none of us were using it because the majority of the people we communicated with didn't use it.
The really problem with Wave was definitely marketing. If I asked a random, "normal" person if they used Google Wave, their answer would be "Huh? What's that?" No one knew about it.
Maybe I'm getting old
I'm 18, so I'm still considered to be relatively young by most, and even I cringe when I hear/see Sun replaced with Oracle.
"Many of them receive a low 6-figure salary whereas their bosses — who manipulate these algorithms and execute the trades — often earn millions."
A Nascar Driver's pit crew recieve a low 5-figure salary while their bosses - who use the cars to win races - often earn millions.
I get why the programmers are disgruntled, the code they write makes a lot of money and they aren't getting a huge cut, but it seems like the algorithm the program is based on would be the most important aspect. Besides, $100,000 a year doesn't seem that bad to me.
"After experimenting with two machines he purchased"
Can people just buy ATMs? I figured that they would put some sort of restrictions on them...unlike lab coats.
Thats because we don't have the sense to reprocess our nuclear waste like other countries (read: France).
He probably would've done rather well. The problem with most High Schools is that they don't even come close to challenging their students resulting in boredom, lost interest, and poor grades. My high school Physics class consisted of complete drivel and my grades suffered because of it.
When I was in school, higher achievers were in one class, average students in another and lower achievers and those with behavioral issues in another. Teaching was tailored to each class and everybody learned at their pace. Lower achievers could learn with more help, higher achievers just saw more content and everybody was happy.
That is how grade school is where I live, even more so in the Middle and High Schools. In grades 1-6 they usually have a class for "Accelerated" students and in grades 7-12 the smarter kids take harder and more in-depth classes.
Considering that I've seen videos from Wikileaks on the Colbert Report, it definitely could happen.