Spoken like someone who has never gotten run over by a hybrid before.
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All of you running windows are a party to this disaster and dare I say it, should be prosecuted and held liable for aiding and abetting the continued use of windows as a desktop operating system. You should all be ashamed of yourselves."
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It really depends though. Some information has a large cost associated with its creation.
If they're getting paid $14 and the retailer is selling it at a loss, well, he already got $14 for it!
"But I think it really devalues books, and it hurts all the retailers of the hardcover books.'"
No kidding. Competition is funny that way.
First they have to be cheaper then paper books.
I just had a packet collision!
In all countries you need a TV license to operate a TV Transmitter. I think what you are referring to is that some country make you have a license for a TV receiver.
Excuse me sir but do you know what I pulled you over?
This is stoopid I can't find anything in the text of this bill that says anything about cyberwarriors.
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written a two-part essay exploring why there is no pipeline of self-taught
female engineers entering the tech industry via Open Source or other
individual efforts. In "The Hidden Engineering Gap" , she asks why
there are so many self-taught male software engineers in startups, but
no similar pool of women. In "A Modest Proposal" , she discusses a
potential short-term fix to the problem.