You mean they couldn't get married before now?
This will NOT end well.....
this. There are a lot of people in the world who just want a paycheck, as opposed to trying to accomplish something and overcome a challenge. I work with mostly the later, and it's made all the difference. Sometimes it gets weird, but for the most part we enjoy tackling each goal set before us. Sometimes your the visionary, other times your the drone just pushing someone else's idea through.
Although your comment made me laugh, sometimes it's not that far from the truth. Trying to drive a car after an hour plus run can be a little dangerous sometimes. You can be all sorts of buzzy and distracted for well over an hour after it. From dehydration to exhaustion, there are all sorts of reasons driving can be a bad idea.
Although i can detect sarcasm in your post, I don't understand quite what you're attempting to say. Would you mind explaining it for me?
Just because I can change my break pads, or replace the vacuum assist for them, doesn't make me a mechanic. I found that article to be insulting to programmers, men, and women. I can't believe I just read an article that said the only reason math and CS are linked is because they are full of men. Really?!?!
You obviously haven't see The Final Cut. Imagine a world where everything we see is recorded all of the time until we die. Just video everything all the time.
We have Crucial/Micron SSD's in RAID 10 configurations. We of course by them in batch. There's nothing like watching 16 of them all go "bad" at the same time, and not having a clue WTF is going on. Fixed via firmware, but glorious hell, it made my heart sink watching every drive just die in a 20 second window. Randomly and repeatedly over a period of a couple weeks. They all work like a charm now...
That -200 +200 is in there because 200 bpm is pretty much a humans maximum heart rate. So this is a test of how long it takes for you to reach your maximum heart rate and then based on age how close the rate is to your predicted rate.
As a coder in illinois who's currently trying to implement/ implemented a PACER like system for 70 of the 102 counties. Cost is really not a problem. Who pays the cost is, and most attorneys at this time are not big fans of tech. We're starting to get some success in the state, but it's slow coming. We have better luck with out of county Attorneys than local ones, since they can't just walk across the street to file something. In the last 5 years, a large number of our courts have started scanning everything, and in the last year or so, we've had a good amount of success at getting them to put all of the documents online. Currently it's only the attorneys of record who can see those documents though due to IL supreme court rules.
Your calendar thing cracks me up though, we implemented and ical feed for all of our courts 10+ years ago. This is per attorney or judge, or police officer btw.
Of the 70 counties where this is available, we have 1 user of it..... out of 74692 attorneys. I keep hoping that the younger generation of attorneys, and their secretaries) coming into office in the last few years will have higher technical expectations than the old farts who are leaving, but only time will tell.
I guess my point is that the tech is there, the courts have put it into place and paid for it, but the attorneys just don't have the desire to use it, much less share the cost.
subtle... and funny..
I think you're dead on with #2, but I doubt anyone will ever say that violent behavior caused video games....
In Florida 23.32% of African Americans were disenfranchised I think it's safe enough to assume that they are a block unto themselves.
DING! Get that man, or woman, a prize! I think "outrage fatigue" is a very important piece of the pie as far as DHS and taking away our privacy goes. The more fatigue the more they can take away.
Suburbia is where the developer bulldozes out the trees, then names the streets after them. -- Bill Vaughn