35 people strong
More than that...
FTS, it sounds like this was 35 in this pass. I created a Tetris/Arkanoid hybrid over a year ago that was taken down with a DMCA notice...
A: Battery switching stations
As a patient, I want my doctors held accountable. I'm not sure how well the current system works. Do you have an alternative to offer?
My point is that insurance companies will do what they can to save money. Even if you're a safe driver, if there is something else they believe has a high correlation with accidents, such as where you park your car or the areas in which you drive, they may come up with an excuse to cancel (or not renew) your policy.
In addition, they will most likely be reviewing the video of people who do have accidents but got through their net the first time to find other indicators of people likely to get in an accident, and they would (in my opinion) be willing to jump at any correlation if it had a chance to cut their costs - please don't give them the ammunition.
the author did not put any version of MS internet explorer in the Arena. Now that's understandable, all windows system come with IE installed, so the rationale, as I see it , is that there's no point in benchmarking a program that no one has to choose on its own. I only wonder what will happen if Europe goes forward in forcing MS to sell OEM copies of Win7 without IE installed.
I assumed it was because IE isn't competitive. Including IE would stretch the scale on the various graphs so you wouldn't be able to discern the differences between the browsers from competent software engineers.
What does this app do? 3. Profit!
OTOH, I'm not sure if hulu counts as viewership to the networks, though - I've read that online programming isn't making much money compared to regular tv.
In this case, Google isn't using copy protection out of greed, or to try to control users' behavior - this copy protection is an option for developers.
Just because they're selling guns doesn't mean people have to shoot themselves in the foot.