I agree, don't let it go crazy.
Just a few options for formatting plain old text and you can paste a few cells of data into a textbox and not lose all alignment.
+1 to those. Also:
* make a decent comment entry editor that makes quoting, numbering, bullet points, tables, etc. less of a pain in the ass.
You would get some better comments on here if you could post data in an organized way, IMHO. It feels insane to be asking for these minor things in 2015.
On Face the nation it was front and center. Appalling, but expected.
The only group I've heard speak up to the media on our behalf is IEEE, which is why I am a member of the main group and their computing society.
comparing the USA labor market conditions favorably to a 3rd-world shithole will not advance your argument.
The same way we would try and stop you from using child labor or sweat shops. Regulation and law is the only way.
There is actually a PE in software, since 2013:
One can espouse a more nuanced view without requiring the 'natural consequence' ( ie slippery slope). Must one decry democracy if the natural consequence is everyone being required to vote on every decision? Nice stereotyping though. Could you impugn our collective sexual prowess as well?
Critical thinking won't teach you how to code, it will teach you how to solve problems. Not quite the same thing. You need both to write anything more than a quick and dirty fix.
It seems extremely unlikely to me that in the age of virtually ubiquitous access to free pornography that many buyers fit your description. I do know I've payed way more than the cost of a magazine for things far less valuable than beautiful pictures of the female form.
I"m with you on nearly all that, but the jury duty thing is off the mark. You get paid (modestly) to serve, you can't be fired for it (legally), and there are all manner of ways to get out of it (including claiming financial hardship.). It's a duty to your fellow citizen to help provide a jury of peers.
The overuse of the word 'toxic' by feminists is getting out of hand. Can you get the crew together to determine a spectrum of terms to describe this environment? Also, a maximum PPM of toxic elements would be helpful so we can figure out if we have to go full triple filtered reverse osmosis or if a standard carbon filter would do the trick.
And then if the car companies use geo-location information, driver facial recognition or some other tomfoolery to adjust the engines when they are detected to be in a 'test' area, would you still blame the test? At some point you have to say 'attempting to rig this vehicle for the test is cheating, and you'll be penalized harshly when caught' or you'll be playing whack-a-mole endlessly.
the German built ones seem way better than the Mexico built ones. The engines seem solid but the electrical and interior go to shit in a hurry.
The trouble with money is it costs too much!