The same scientists found that they could quadruple the life to 240 days, but then the bread turned into Twinkies.
Really? Paper money seems cheaper than metal money, lighter, easier to store.... Want to carry around $10 in $1 bills or coins? Coins are too heavy. I see a lot of cost to switch also... Usually, with the government, do just the opposite and that is the answer. So instead, they should be getting rid of a coin (pennies) not adding one. btw, we have a $1 coin and it is not popular for reasons I mention above.
It's the 5, 5, 5 plan!
Stock up now. Shelf life is 40 years.
I agree that someone should check them out. But they shouldn't be in the paper. In fact, anybody from Greece that has any money would be a fool not to have a Swiss account. Hey, why do I always get a score of zero on everything I post. Some rogue moderator gave me bad karma. I don't think I even said anything offensive, mostly just jokes!
Just because they have a Swiss account does not mean they are tax evaders. Who can blame them for wanting to keep some of their money in a Swiss account when their own country is so jacked up. And if they do it legally there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. So publishing a list like that is rather slanderous and a total invasion of someones privacy.
There are both costs and benefits to this. Now they cannot work locally at all whenever the internet is down, say they lose a router or something, then they have nothing. Also, an hour per day wasted booting up? I question that... just don't reboot every day if that is the case. However, there is a big saving not mentioned. Previously, they would have occasionally lost a PC. This would require reconfiguring a new PC and it doesn't matter how you ghost drive it or have backups, it still is a huge productivity loss as the person reconnects to printers, outside services with encryption, etc.
for this very interesting article...
nmpost writes "AT&T is coming under fire for its policy regarding FaceTime on the iPhone. In Apple’s latest software update, iOS 6, the company has opened up FaceTime to use over cellular data networks. AT&T is limiting that option to customers who purchase a shared data plan. Customers with an individual plan will not be able to use the feature over the cellular data network, but they will be able to use it over Wi-Fi. Three special interest groups plan to file complaints with the FCC over the decision. The policy is designed to push customers towards the more expensive shared data plans. The new plans can be cost effective if they are actually being shared among several people, but for a single person they are generally more expensive than the individual option. Given that FaceTime uses your allotted data in your plan, there is no other reason for AT&T to limit this feature to those on shared data plans. It is a business decision, and not a network management decision. AT&T is proving an old adage true, give someone an inch and they will take a mile. The big telecoms were given room to work within the wireless data field, and now AT&T is exploiting that leeway. This wisdom has proven true time and time again in regards to deregulation. The country has already seen its share of disasters due to lax regulations, such as the financial collapse of 2007-2008. Our future will be internet based, which means failure to properly regulate bad actors could lead to an even bigger crisis down the road."
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I would be twice as effective, I would just set the MPG mandate to 109 mpg. Such a simple job!
Yes. I love cigarettes but they are so sugary that I feel I should pay some extra tax on them... that way I won't get diabetes... maybe.
just need to require a phone to auto connection in order for your 16-year-olds car to start and operate. Then block all texting while driving.
You mean it wasn't real?
Everybody knows Facebook is extremely secure... thus we need to have a "secure" Facebook export tool!