Unless there is a need for the end user to edit the document, docs should be sent as PDF, not an editable format.
"their pretty nonsense" and "checking their phone" And yes, I do mind someone distracting me by "discretely" checking their phone. Because it's never "discrete". And Alamo is wildly popular here in Austin; not just with the petty movie-goers. Moral of the story: grow up and watch the movie.
Absolutely this. I'm 56 years old, short, fat and bald. Being "hip and groovy" is the last reason I prefer my Mac.
Can Monopoly money be far behind?
Fuck that shit. Been there done that. Come back when you are in your 50's little boy and we'll talk.
I do a lot of learning on my own time to benefit my next employer. If I just relied on what I need to know to do my day-to-day job, I'd never be ready to get the next position.
Apple software exists to drive hardware sales -- the exact opposite of the Microsoft business models. It's a smart move.
Not sure where you're getting your info: Clancy was a known heavy smoker.
Not just no, but hell no!
... the kickstand goes up to 11.
Huh, they sure seem to be able to add up stuff to tell me I haven't reached my deductible yet...
Indeed his argument is full of logical fallacy. It could just as well be said that "We saw Apple under Sculley, and we saw Apple without Sculley". Jobs was a visionary; will Apple be different without him? Almost certainly. But that's a far cry from "doomed".
vinces99 (2792707) writes "Swarms of small earthquakes often precede a volcanic eruption. They can reach such rapid succession that they create a "harmonic tremor" that resembles sound made by some musical instruments. A new analysis of an eruption sequence at Alaska's Redoubt Volcano in March 2009 shows the harmonic tremor glided to substantially higher frequencies and then stopped abruptly just before six of the eruptions. Scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey's Alaska Volcano Observatory have dubbed the highest-frequency harmonic tremor at Redoubt Volcano “the screams” because the episodes reach such high pitch compared with a 1-to-5 hertz starting point. Alicia Hotovec-Ellis, a University of Washington doctoral student in Earth and space sciences and an author of two papers examining the phenomenon, has created a 10-second recording and a one-minute recording that provides a 60-times faster representation of harmonic tremor and small earthquakes."
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Wow. The barrier to entry for getting an article on slashdot has really lowered, hasn't it? How is this even worth the blog post?