I'm 55 and I have to beat them off with a stick. I also don't require remote work... I'd like and sometimes get it, but I don't require it.
Actually, systems of this type ARE legally sanctioned.
Just because it works "that way"in locality doesn't mean those rules apply in the case in the article
Call this sort of thing "best practices"?
Mindless repetition of a formula?
It is in fact a legal notice subject to the same requirements for review of accuracy... You're right. Prosecute for perjury and the willy nilly, "spam the world and see what sticks" crap will stop.
“Diplomacy is the art of saying 'Nice doggie' until you can find a rock.”
And the man knew of what he spoke
Lack of conflict, and harsh language does NOT mean civil. In practice, in the US, it means dishonesty.
That said, honesty without compassion is brutality.
I've never seen Linus be brutal
You say that like it's a bad thing
Don't use ATT
If you have such, I would urge you to do the same. This is outrageous and should be banned under US labor law.... I harkens back to the "company store"
Want your money, pay me to get it.
and who has access to those? Hmmm?
See the old story, by CM Kornbluth called the marching morons
My question is how DO you install a modern KDE on RHEL/Centos?
OpenSuse has become quite insane and I'm bailing out.
It's not buying a new phone that is the business model.
1.) The device is stolen
2.) New device obtained. (some $$)
3.) Old device is activated by someone new (recurring new $$. Here is the money for the carrier)
Now, many many years ago, I was a cellular switching site manager (before we had the giant carrier we have now). When I learn how cellular worked, it was explicitly state the the devices had a thing called an ESN (electronic Serial Number). This was for activating the device AND stolen devices were SUPPOSED to go into a shared database that would be checked to assure stolen devices were not activated. The marketing manager was livid that such a thing could exist. Needless to say it's pretty obvious today how that worked out. There is no shared database of stolen devices in the US (North America?). There is in Europe.
But when I travel, I'm "supposed" to be doing something different from working. It sounds like you just want to be a mobile worker. What a waste