The shortcomings with the Kobo are:
1 - No color.
2 - Books are hard to place into series order, and hard to arrange on bookshelves.
3 - Conversion from one format to another sometimes causes paragraphs to merge. This makes it hard to read.
Yes, the summary's idea that one could get a heart transplant with faked records is baloney.
I couldn't make sense of the summary, at first. If my medical condition is bad enough that a transplant is needed, then why should I need someone else's medical records? My own would do.
On the other hand, I suppose someone's glaucoma could get me medicinal marijuana...
I stopped playing it, the cards kept flying off the car's dashboard as soon as you get the windows down on the highway
They have Solitaire for Linux now.
When did the definition of troll change from "someone who is rational, polite, intelligent, and articulate, but who deliberately advances a minority opinion or deliberately misunderstands an issue in order to enjoy the anger and argument this causes from others" to "someone abusive"?
It didn't. Or rather, it has always been so. Trolls are a subset of abusive folk.
Technology isn't the issue here - obviously you don't need special software to auto-delete emails.
The real issue is that Daimler is allowing its employees to do this without fear of reprisals from management.
Yeah. That'll last until the first upper manager misses an important email because he forgot to reset the out of office flag.
There's no such thing as 'Peak Stupid'. Every time someone gets to the top of the current peak, the fog clears and another mountain of stupid looms in front of them.
Yeah, but that doesn't mean the have to climb it.
I don't fully understand this term "Peak Stupid"...
It's the name of the mountain under which the most secure mail server complex exists. After decades of trying to get past the defenses, the password gropers have finally hit Peak Stupid.
If you have to ask how much it is, you can't afford it.