If you're already holding a cell phone then texting 911 is a bit lame when you can just call. You'll get a lot more back and forth communication in 1 minute on a call that you could ever get with texting.
"help in the development of new coffee varieties better able to endure drought, disease and pests," Sounds a lot like Monsanto. GMO to fight against pests will certainly backfire at some point in the future. It sounds more like, let's do it because we can, and not because there's good reason.
What's the difference between receiving 100 emails over the course of a week while you're away, and getting 100 emails on the first day back? You still have to go through the messages either way. Either way, the employee has the option of reviewing the messages periodically through the week or dealing with them when they get back to the office anyway. It's kind of a non-issue. I agree with Jason Levine's comment above, "Proper out of office messages will also give you the name and number or e-mail address of the person to contact if this is an urgent matter."
yes, unfortunate. This has now become now a PHEICal matter.
If the story 60 Minutes did on this is anywhere accurate it doesn't surprise me the cheating is a huge problem. The state of repair of the facilities and systems was so bad, it showed to me that no one in the Command is paying attention. I don't want to say no one cares, but it looks pretty bad. The state of repair of their systems is probably the same as their staff.
Seems to me Apple should have been the one calling for authentication, not the customer. Definitely Apple's err.
I agree to an extent. It's not really what this site is about.
Give 'er !
Really? You would rather forego USB3 and throughput in favour of a mouse connector you can plug in without fishing around? Just how often are you plugging in your mouse? In the case of Apple's reversible Lightning connector they embedded a chip in the connector housing to facilitate that, and to no less surprise, detect whether you're using a genuine Apple cable or not. All that makes their USB/Lightning cable over $20. Is that what you prefer?
Probably better odds of finding ET than winning the lottery
I would have thought they would have had a plan a long time ago.
I think you missed the point. Google has published the patches but the carriers have not distributed them.
Sounds fair to me. IT is a
.com after all.
I don't think they'll release a Windows 8 Classic because there'd be no difference between it and Windows 7 (other than having removed Media Center.)
They should be ditching Balmer, not the Entertainment Division. Behind almost every failure is a failing management team.