sudo engineer you a sandwich.
She's a "Domestic Engineer." Sounds to me like she's already rooted.
I knew a woman who used to demand the title of "Domestic Engineer". Also known as "housewife"
You should have told her to go engineer you a sandwich.
Schmidt and her colleagues have coined the term "apparent melting" to distinguish "melting" caused by decomposition from thermodynamic melting. They have also shown that glucose and fructose are also apparent melting materials."
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"We're currently working with certain media outlets who have been granted exclusive access to some of the News of the World emails we have."
I'm wondering, though, what happens when a student doesn't have a computer or internet access.
I'm a web developer (I mainly build web apps), so everything I work on is hosted on a remote server. Saving and opening can take a little longer online than on your computer, but it's honestly not too bad.
Other than images, the personal site I'm working on I have created completely in ShiftEdit.
At least with Facebook I have control over what my information is made public.
The only things on G+ that are made public without a choice is your name, gender, and a picture of your choosing. If you're worried about that information being more than what you'd like to share with the general public, you've got bigger issues and probably shouldn't be on a social networking site in the first place. To chalk those peices of info up to "zomg, they're giving away our private info to anyone!" is just fear-mongering. Please stop and stay on your lawn.
and Facebook doesn't allow Google to index that private information
Legitimate concern, I suppose.
When you sign up to Google+, see these very information:
- Google can use your information to prodive targeted marketing across Google sites and every affiliated site (ie. millions of sites where AdWords is installed)
- Show photo geo location information in newly uploaded albums and photos.
- Show this profile publicly (enabled by default)
1) So what? The information isn't leaving google. It's just making sure I don't have to look an ad targeted at demographics that have nothing to do with me. If I'm going to see adds, I prefer them to be about things I like.
2) This is an option that can be disabled.
3) If you're too lazy to configure your profile, don't have one. The only info that you can't make private (and control EXACTLY who sees it (hard to do in FB)) is your name and Gender.
In other words, if you don't want to be social, don't have a social networking account. If you don't want your information used for tailoring ads to you, then plan on paying for your service.