and Nadella has been replaced
Any sources for this? According to Wikipedia, he still is the current CEO of Microsoft.
> Of course they are doing better because of it...
This isn't science though. A dad who was never there, but the child was none the wiser (aka double blind) would not be expected, scientifically, to have any differences in outcome.
Is he really this stupid? Nothing in those first two months gives the kid the advantage. For a good chunk of that time the child will be functionally unable to see much of anything. Bonding with the mother and establishing healthy sleeping and feeding habits will be more important than having him around.
The point of these studies are that the ability to take time off CORRELATES to better outcomes, not that they are CAUSED by taking this time off. Being the type of dad who can take time off, who is financially stable, who is involved, who is willing, etc are all related to having better outcomes at all the little points in time that add up to influence the outcomes of a child.
Zuckerberg is probably missing the pages of virtually every long-term study every performed which show, pretty decisively, that parental income is the single best indicator to positive educational and life outcomes.
I will support this "zero knowledge" key escrow when I have three assurances:
1. Death penalty for any government employee who misuses data. You look up data about a girlfriend, or an enemy, or a political opponent? No problem, enjoy your Federal death penalty.
2. Death penalty for the cabinet level director for any agency who abuses or has a single employee who abuses data. Oh, sorry, low-level contractor abused data? Enjoy your needle.
3. Excess funding to 0 for any agency that abuses data - no health insurance, no travel, no coffee in the lounge, no flat screen TVs, no car repairs, no vending machine fixes, nothing. No comforts at all, for 1 year.
If it's not collectively managed it will destroy the economy when it comes to market.
Unless "coming to market" means "making craters where cities used to be," I don't understand how it would destroy the economy. Perhaps you meant it would aid the economy, by making metal a lot cheaper?
That's so nice of you to want to protect us from spam. But you know what's even more annoying and threatening and expensive than spam?
..found its way into the budget bill.
Worse than spam, is stuff that "finds its way" into our laws without ever being attributed. The guilty parties are never punished or even informally shamed or identified so that anyone can ever vote approval or disapproval for that person in the next election.
Put an end to unattributed "malgislation" (eww, let's keep working on finding the right word) and then you'll really be heroes. I want every item in every bill to have a person's name on it. Let them continue to be as evil and un-American as they want with their laws, but let's stop allowing them to be irresponsibly anonymous when they do it.
The website isn't the leak. It just politely asks your browser to leak, and the browser naively complies. FWIW, people are sort of finally on this (e.g. PrivacyBadger) though we're still in the very early days of people-giving-a-fuck.
I've fantasized about this.
Can we talk about your problems?
Why are you concerned about my problems?
Would you prefer if I were not concerned about your problems?
It's like hitting yourself with a hammer: it feels good when you stop. The Monday after DST ends is one of my favorite Mondays of the year.
The trouble with a lot of self-made men is that they worship their creator.