That's my password...
That's my password...
Can we use it to create an amalgamation of the "average" first post on a
The Average Image for your first post would look something like this:
>Frist Post (Score: -1)
some wonder if these bots help or hinder Twitter's stock value.
Hmm. Are some of those that are wondering if it helps Twitter's stock actually bots themselves?
Bots certainly work well for financial companies, aka HFT, etc. I can't see how they hurt the stock value of a service like twitter.
There aren't 8300 people working on each patent application. The USPTO received 609,052 patent applications last year. There are (roughly) 200 working days in a calendar year (accounting for sick leave, vacation, an minimal training/in-service time). Each patent receives (on average) less than 3 man-days total for your diligence in determining the patent background, current state of the art, etc.
609,052 / 8300 workers = 7 patents to review per worker per year.
If each patent takes 3 days to review, then that is 255 - 21 = 234 days left to do nothing.
Therefore, patent office working as expected!
Depending on where you are of course...
But in many places your Doctor can only bill your insurance if they actually see you in the office. They cannot bill or can only bill less if they talk to you over the phone.
Indeed! Our insurance company which costs a mighty fortune has made it clear they will cover no such "remote visits"
"They decided they want to make money off of this. There's no way for others to verify." Wisniewski was referring to an offer by Hold Security to notify website operators if they were affected, but only if they sign up for its breach notification service, which starts at US$120 per year.
A Billion dollar security firm won't sign up for a $120 per year service to see the data behind the breach? It must be highway robbery unlike most AV products which charge the same $$$ per year for little in return.
In addition it seems the above quote neglected this portion of the article:
Individual consumers can find out through its identity protection service, which Hold Security says will be free for the first 30 days.
It's free and they still can't afford it? Sophos can't use a fraction of its 100,000 honeypot email accounts to sign up and see if it's legit?
Much like Hold Security, Sophos has displayed nothing but news-unworthy jabber.
They also refuse to fritter away valuable keystrokes and time on trivial things, like punctuation.
Verizon is too big, and our government does not care.
The only answer is to actively work to destroy Verizon until they acquiesce or no longer exist.
Strange, it feels like we already did that once.
You don't need much brain for running around kicking a ball.
You're absolutely correct in a very zen kind of way. In order to be in the zone, or flow, you still need to make decisions such as "lean left, kick right", or "stop short, pass forward", but they key is to not let those minor mental decisions get in the way of your physical ability to execute. Some people are born with the ability to simply "do it", other may take years of practice to learn to let go of the process, but in the end it's all about realizing your potential without anxiety about the outcome.
Q: How many IBM CPU's does it take to execute a job? A: Four; three to hold it down, and one to rip its head off.