Respondents needed to have hired at least one Linux professional in the last year, or have plans to hire Linux professionals in 2015 to participate in the survey, and they were allowed to check as many responses to questions as appropriate.
So they only surveyed people that hired a Linux professional last year or plan to hire one this year to determine if the need for Linux talent was on the rise?
There are people who treat all racists as if they were the worst kind of racists. Throwing anyone who fits the broad term of "racist" (and that is all of us) into the same category and treating them as such is no different from racism.
You need a "Gaming Friendly" wife, not the other way around.
A little NASA regulation is not preventing this. In fact, we already let people voluntarily die during the course of their job. The military (from where astronauts typically come) is a perfect example of this. I'm sure if the benefits outweighed the costs, a one-way manned mission would happen in a heartbeat (though it may not be marketed as such.)
I thought this was standard operating procedure for any game these days.
Here are two pages full of examples, many for games most people never heard about:
That being said; EVE Online has done amazing things through their willingness to listen and work with fans and players. I wish more games were like that.
Could you do something with vibration in the floor/chair? Someone tapping the beat on the rungs of the chair or floor.
Yes, you are responsible for doing the research on what you buy. If you do not like that, move back in with mom and dad.
The company behavior is ultimately driven by the people. If the company can make more profit selling $300 plans with more than people need vs. a simple $40 plan with just what you need they generally will and must. The fact that they just hide these plans (legally) is immaterial as they are not hard to find (I asked how to get barebone service and they told me.) You are also free to shop around and choose the best value/fit for you. The fact that they have been offering such expensive plans for so long underscore the public acceptance of it.
You can get comparable prices in the US for similar service (except we can't seem to break 25megs down.) They are just not advertised and you need to specifically ask and work with a customer service person to get your bill down that low. The problem in the US is the public, not the businesses. Most people are content to pay the huge prices to the telecom companies because they generally do not know any better or different. Many people in the US also have been duped into think they "need" more than 30 TV channels. We prefer several hundred channels of nothing to watch to 30.
I'm sorry, but I don't get the drama around Microsoft not getting it. Microsoft has been nothing but fail recently. It's the world we live in. #dealwithit
Always on DRM
Charging $$$ to watch your paid for Netflix account on XBox
I wonder what they will add this year to the fail list
Don't let past Oracle execs run your company. Oracle has single handedly destroyed Java by their indifference/incompetence.
Leave things as they are. What you suggests costs money and provides substandard results. The current system works very well and for many things other than mpg.
1. Go to internet and do some research on product (mpg of cars for example).
2. Compare internet findings to what manufacturer says. If there is a big gap, manufacturer may not be someone you want to give money to.
"Trust me. I know what I'm doing." -- Sledge Hammer