I think you are technically correct (the best kind of correct, btw), but any small-ish publisher is likely to get ground into bits by the inevitable lawsuit. Even if the lawsuit is a farce, attorney's fees and other costs of litigation are prohibitive.
He's still in lala land? I was hoping that his twitter reemergence a few months ago meant he was on the mend, but his subsequent return to silence...
Like in Trayvon Martin's case? Despite facts being available, people want to ignore them.
The interesting development in this current situation is that the cop has a fractured eye socket. That doesn't usually happen when falling out of bed.
Coming up on my 24 month anniversary for my cyborgification. Also an ICD, mine due to complete heart block. Upside is that due to me not actually using it much, the battery should last much longer than originally anticipated.
Don't forget to carry your 'get out of invasive scanners free' card! And BTW, the wands are worse than the loops.
Also get used to hearing this from other doctors "Oh, we'll just send you for an MRI... Oh, wait..."
If I was a paid government shill, I wouldn't be taking public transport to work everyday.
You clearly don't live in the DC area. The metro is packed with government shills during the work week.
You dont need a citation, you just need common sense, and being able to think about you read
Thank you Jenny McCarthy.
And Europeans know very well about slavery and exploitation. They were the masters of it at the time.
The Americans didn't invent it from whole cloth.
The blog does have interesting material, and its appropriate for
What is it with you Walter? Not everything is about fucking Vietnam!
Not necessarily a burden on Apple. However, visibly better apps and a better way to find them makes iOS devices more attractive to consumers. 'Supplementary goods' is the term I recall from college. (Ok, it was a university, but just barely).
Actually, the argument could be made that a customer buys the 'ecosystem', making the market and the device one and the same. Point remains: improve app store, improve sales.
Damnit, you thought about users instead of yourself. That sort of attitude is not appreciated here.
Me, me, me, Me, Me, Me, ME, ME, ME, ME!!!!!!
The mating call of the celibate slashdotter. Your 'solutions' provide none except for a few corner cases. Even if 100,000 or a million people are interested, that's a drop in the bucket compared to the number of active phones out there.
Other people; they matter.
Lots of people who were buying when available to sell for a profit. I have a few friends who did this (they offered me sales at cost, reserving their price gouging for strangers. I never did take them up on their offers. I don't think anybody I know made much money. Most were happy to break even when prices started to dip
Thank God, a voice of reason in this discussion. Until this point, all I saw was a bunch of oldsters bemoaning their inability to look at gauges.
Motorcyclists are deathly afraid of technology. Aren't a substantial number of bikes still sold with carbs? Drum brakes? Air cooling? (And before anyone gets on my ass, of the five most recent bikes I've acquired, the newest is an '83. so it's not like I can't adjust a carb or a points gap. But I also know how to adjust the ABS sensor gap on my BMW.)
These people bitching about polyca probably bitched about moving away from cork linings as well (if they weren't too busy complaining about helmets in general). Yeah, I like my waxed cotton jacket. I also like my modern textile jacket.
Must vary by situation. In the two agencies in which I've contracted, the bottleneck wasn't contractors, it was the federal management. Layers upon layers upon ungodly layers of ignorant, micromanaging Federal 'management'.