Do we have good reasons to think it's true? Or do we just see lots of twin primes and figure they never run out?
Oh, because the business representing them asserts that that is the case. I think an agent for freelancers is an interesting idea. but others are saying that's not new.
To bad I have student loans that don't shrink if I move to a cheaper country!
A relative of caffeine that is in chocolate that is so powerful to dogs that chocolate can kill dogs or at least make them very sick. Bees are invertebrates. Compared to bees dogs are just like us. So its pretty hard to correlate any effect of caffeine on bees to an effect on humans.
Because they will not have a justification for not covering your pre-existing condition. When you take them to court, they will simply have to cough up.
Insurance companies can't look at pre-existing conditions in the US anymore. Remember?
The web is mostly just textual information. There's dressing and markup. There's an isolated video embedded in the text, but mostly it's text. And text is 2D. What is everyone going to create complicated 3D interfaces for?
There have always been BS classes.
That's not what I said, I said they aren't great writers. And they don't write as well as thirty and forty year olds. That's almost a given.
I hope that is meant as a joke. In any case, you are arguing my point for me.
Well, you don't have to take a college course to know economics.
Which is greater the number of unemployed or the number of people with two full time jobs? The unemployed, so my statement checks out. It is quite beyond reproach, really.
Presidents? Are we talking about Presidents or average people. You seem to be arguing by anecdote.
Back in the day they had high standards...
Wait, did they? Do you have metrics to show it?
Eighteen year olds aren't great writers, they never have been. Maybe at Harvard or an advanced English class, you'd have to write really well. But this is a Blogging class at State school. This is clearly writing for engineers, I'm not surprised the writing is bad.
Welcome to the real world. Universities are neither miracle factories that turn out great thinkers, nor are they particularly strong filters of the caliber of people. They take in average 18 year olds and turn out average 22 year olds.
What is the point of college? Well, it's kind of arbitrary. We have more people than jobs, so we need some sort of filter to select the people for the jobs. On the other hand, the professors know Blogging 301 is just a ticket to clerical work, so they don't act harshly on tuition-paying students who just want to move on to average jobs. They can't write well, but do they really need to? Does the world really need that from them?
The degree might have a different name. However, CIS degrees are like CS but they emphasize business or whatever rather than theoretical computer science. I believe they are usually easier degrees. I would try CIS doubled with design for a web developer.