Thanks for letting us know how we should think.
People pay to use the internet but that money doesn't go towards the creation of sites. That money goes straight to the ISP. As much as I hate it, some sites rely on ad-revenue to exist. So that $230 is for those sites to stay alive.
You obviously have no problem with this being a sausage party.
rapid development of what? websites? mobile? prototyping? try meteorjs if you want to do something in websites.
professional resume consulting.
the swiss aren't as neutral as they seem.
even with ideas there is a survival of the fittest. young ideas aren't going to just be blatantly accepted. they must be challenged and also challenge what has been established. if they are as strong and as brilliant as they seem, they'll come out on top. also just thinking creativity means nothing, you have to execute creatively. sometimes that means playing your boss' ego against them to get the idea made. a person that can do that is seriously creative.
I fail to understand how anyone could live in downtown san francisco on $35K for 11 months. Additionally are they doing some type of student loan forgiveness for participating in this program? Why would any programmer want to do this?
http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/11/atandt-iphone-4-vs-verizon-iphone-4-whats-changed/ this link shows a side by side comparison between the ATT and Verizon iPhone. The hotspot/tethering will require $50 and that gets you unlimited data for the phone and 2Gb for the tethered device.
Press freedom day? What a sham. The US lost freedom of the press when corporations took over the news papers.
I guess that clit that IBM used to put in the middle of their keyboards was soooo much better.
I bought my Macbook Pro 3 years ago and it's just as powerful today as it was back then. You get what you pay for. I foresee me using my laptop at least another 2 years before I'll need another one. I'm tired of people complaining about how expensive Apple is. If you can't afford it, then don't buy it, and don't complain about it either, just enjoy what you got. Btw, Apple doesn't make the most expensive laptops. Here's an article posted a while back that did a breakdown of the Mac tax, HP tax, Dell Tax, http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/09/03/31/1744204/Mac-Tax-Dell-Tax-HP-Tax
I gotta agree. I owned a 3G. Never put a case on it but I did have a belt holster. Never dropped it, and it remained intact. I now own a Iphone 4 and I expect the same behavior will allow me to have a crack free screen. It as simple as taking care of your stuff. The other day one of my co workers placed a glass of wine next to her new Macbook Pro. Her 2 yr old was pretending to a major league pitcher through a sock right at the glass splashing the entire glass onto the keyboard. Any idiot who leaves a beverage next to a computer deserves whatever disasters that may strike. Similarly, not taking care of your phone deserves the same. Even the toughest phones can break. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqPGtJUzUx0&feature=player_embedded
SAY HELL NO!! the last thing you want them doing is downloading stuff onto your machine. the only way i let someone use my machine is if it's code red and the president needs to get on otherwise it ain't happening.