It's fine, they're not Norwegian
Starring Eugene Levy as Darth Vader, the dad still trying to be cool.
"We'll just tell your mother we used the force"
Content arguments aside, 500/mo for a 72TB server on a 1Gb connection is losing money for someone else's business. Even without redundancy you wouldn't make your money back on hardware for years, and that's before any support.
On the other hand, the child with the smaller brain on the right will be more likely to become addicted to drugs, be involved in violent crimes, be unemployed and dependent on government benefits in the future.
Also, really? Phrenology much? This dumps credibility down the toilet pretty quick.
Mr. Burns: Of course you'd say that. You have the brainpan of a stagecoach tilter.
RAM has a history of starting expensive for cutting-edge, getting dirt cheap as it becomes mainstream, then the old stuff gets expensive again when the market moves-on and it's in limited use. If an EBay search doesn't offer good value then most parts can be recycled these days, check with your local recycling center to see if they have a program to reclaim component materials.
Or, if you're looking for a laugh, ehow says you should consider making a sculpture. With the amount of RAM coming out of companies I bet you could do something person-sized
If he'd stopped at saying: "I own 50% of Facebook" it'd probably be protected speech. Crazy, pitied, ridiculous speech, but free and protected nonetheless.
Once opinion becomes action (like the lawsuit) you're damaging someone. The harm those actions commit should never be considered free speech because even damage on paper has a real effect on someone's life.
(Billionaire's problems, I know, but the biggest downside of democracy is you spend most of your time defending scoundrels)
"A vote for anyone but the tooth fairy and you're just throwing it away"
"I will donate $5 million to charity if Ms. Fairy can prove she's a dentist"
"This election is not about teeth, but the people whose mouths use them!"
I like where this could go. Cracked had great coverage on Brazil's elections that probably have someone running as the tooth fairy
Surprise? There is none.
Only as long as I'd misread that as OnStar.
Unless your name is Akamai, what purely streaming company is valued at $1.8bn?
Parent poster basically won the internet award for the day, heed his words.
Programming at it's core is creative work, and if that's what you love you need to stick with it a form that fulfills your passion and talents. For example, with your time in the field consider if you have what it takes to do more senior development work:
- it's not management though you will be responsible for code review and progress meetings
- you're less code-monkey and more architect which lessens the burden of bringing peak knowledge of new languages to the table
Q/A is also a relatively good side of things to consider. You need a functional understanding of code, but the work focus is shifted to your analysis skills on how real-world scenarios will beat the living tar out of someone's project
At this stage you're going to want to recognize your experience with software and the environments they run in as much as being able to make f(x)=y. It's very honest to recognize that you're not a people person, but that doesn't mean well-paying specialist jobs like what's above are out of your reach.
With all the innuendo around Barry White's voice, if this man can sing he'd be a real crowd pleaser!
"And there was a time in this country, a long time ago, when reading wasn't just for fags and neither was writing. People wrote books and movies, movies that had stories so you cared whose ass it was and why it was farting, and I believe that time can come again!"
Change we can believe in.
Pretty good chance he is relaxing and enjoying his wealth... by running Facebook
Really, how many people took a college project and made a billion dollars with it? I'll bet like Jobs or Bezos that Zuckerberg is exactly where he wants to be: keeping his hands on the steering wheel of a project that excites him.
This tablet was perfectly created a week ago as-is on the developer's desk, it did not evolve over years like the iPad.
They should have recorded a song about discovering the Higgs Boson, then prepared to sue anyone who discovered it first.
(not really, but the nerd in me would pay 0.99 on iTunes to fund their Super Collider music)
31 minutes since my last comment? I hope I am not overwhelming the infrastructure here!
How often do you use this line?