Who says many college graduates buy new cars upon graduation? Most of them don't have the income and credit scores for it.
My employer explicitly says they keep your Lync messages. Do other employers pretend they don't?
I mean they give you an email and they keep the record. Tied to that email is your Lync. They keep that data too.
I like coding. I don't love it. I have a wide variety of interests in my life, such as family, movies, reading about other topics.
I have met a very few coders who are really all code all the time. And you know what? I find them insufferable.
A person should be well rounded and have many interests.
So many disconnected entities are independently deciding that global warming deniers are crackpots? That's interesting. I think Steyn is going to have a rough court case trying to prove that Mann literally committed fraud.
If some journalist for Mother Jones got into legal trouble, I'm pretty sure they'd have his back. But the National Review just throws people aside when it's convenient. It would be one thing if what Steyn argued (that global warming is BS) wasn't conservative dogma, but it is. He pretty much just strongly worded their position.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L... Comparing people to Nazis is not a argument fallacy. You can't change the rules of logic.
It probably does. Let's see if Steyn can prove any of that.
He is debating Steyn in court about whether he is a fraud. If Steyn can just prove he is a fraud, he wins, if not, he is in a lot of trouble.
When you are young, desperate, and eager to please, they ask you all the stupid questions. Their apparent motive is just to fuck with you and assert dominance.
When you are older and have a resume, they don't bother with the stupid questions. They just ask you about code and projects.
The different companies have the same motives and act the same way. They tend to collude with each other when they have a common interest.
If you provide free software, you should, you know, expect people to use it for free.
Of course, you might have users pay to use your open source software, but then they wouldn't be freeloaders, would they?
Just looking at it as a practical issue, if you reduce demand by bringing immigrants in to do the job (especially at sub-market rates), then the people here will have less incentive to learn those skills.
By eliminating short term demand spikes, you are reducing the long term supply of workers.
Corporations are legal fictions that are run in the manner that the government allows them to be run. Is putting them in charge of the Internet better?
Sure it's VR but what are we comparing it to? The actual experiment? No. We are comparing it to hypothetical talk. So between VR and talk, I would guess VR gives the more realistic view of what people would do. Talk is cheap. You don't know what you'd do until you are in the situation.
In Chicago, minors are forced to join gangs by gun wielding adults. Does this do anything for them?