It's not about size. It's how you plug n play.
These are not the drones you are looking for?
And yet, he is still paid less than two other guys, who didn't win the Super Bowl last year.
costs too much
obviously, it is safer to dump it in the ocean, because nobody lives down there
They do throw the best parties.
You just want to make sure you've left before the cleanup phase begins.
Yes, if you redefine the word "tube" to include things that are permanently filled with a solid object, then yes, coax cable would be considered a tube.
the next guy up will put up a series of dead-straight tubes, that they can create a vacuum in, then pass the microwaves through the tubes, just to get 97% of the speed of light.
and of course, he will also be able to claim a patent on transmitting the internet through a series of tubes.
Just changing to VoIP wouldn't be a big deal. The the incumbents are really pushing for is the elimination of all those pesky regulations. They want to go with "it's all new, so no regulations are needed, the free market will fix all problems. Oh yeah, and don't let anybody else put any new wires up.".
Just following orders.
If you hold the donut with the wax paper sheet it comes with, the jelly filling fall on that instead of your palm...
Filed by the 2nd digit from the left of the contract value, then every second letter of the last name of the contractor/agent who signed it.
Talk to the hand. I submitted his resume with my name on it and never even got a callback.
Don't forget the data must include facebook and hotmail identities to go with the marks, along with full names and home addresses/phone numbers.
just use emacs already.
Then I don't think you work for BlackBerry...