Isn't it basic writing that your IDENTIFY the subject before you start referring to them with pronouns? "The Valley's top historian" is a descriptive statement (and a personal opinion at that), it doesn't substitute for her name.
the chancellor has now outlined plans for a mandatory open banking API standard during the recent budget in March.
I presume you know what "mandatory" means?
The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry
Does the author serious thinks banks are going to adopt anything that is "a significant step forward for social good and give people more control over their finances". Most of the money they make is off people who can't control their finances effectively.
Keep in mind their entire business is moving numbers from one pile to another. Anything that keeps them in control of the access to these piles and information about them is a good thing to them.
This is what I was going to say. "Is there some sign that says 'good guys only' that stops bad guys from using it too?"
Maybe the real irony is the two are one and the same.
/me waits to hear that it's Windows-based...
They wouldn't have to worry about the iPads failing a second time after they left the gate again if they went with the books at that point.
The original intention of this whole per-embryo freezing was in case she lost her ability to have children on her own after that. She survived the cancer treatment, but what her reproductive functions? Seems to me the easy answer is that if she still has that function, she does not have to have these specific frozen embryos to reproduce. She can conceive a child with someone else. They should just be destroyed and nobody will get them then.
Called by another poster on the self-powered camera story recently.
A salesman who's not telling the truth?
"Robins, who filed a class-action lawsuit, claimed that Spokeo had provided flawed information about him, including that he had more education than he actually did, that he is married although he remains single, and that he was financially better off than he actually was. He said he was unemployed and looking for work, and contended that the inaccurate information would make it more difficult for him to get a job and to get credit and insurance."
Um, what? All these inaccuracies would help him get a job, unless he's trying for a very low position.
Nevermind. I see someone else explained it in a lower post.
Came here to say the same thing.
It's slow/unusable on the original Nexus 7, but on the 2013 version, it's fine.
Somewhat confused here. The summary says the Nexus 7 was first released in 2013, but you're implying the 2013 he a new edition and there was an earlier Nexus 7 tablet?
If Verizon is in fact breaking a contract it has with ESPN then all I can say is that it is a horrible contract.
It's nothing new. The NFL Network did (and probably still does) something similar. They had a contractual requirement that they be part of the "basic cable" package and not a special sports tier, and at the same time wanted to get paid per viewer, which means that they get paid for every subscriber that a carrier has, regardless of whether they want the channel or not.
ESPN and Verizon both realize the same thing, lots of people don't care about sports and lots of people are aware that ESPN is one of the most expensive channels to carry. Consumers want out of paying for crap they don't care about, Verizon wants to hold onto video subscribers, and ESPN wants to keep their gravy train rolling.
People realize that 111 million people tuned in for the superbowl in the US right? out of a population of 320 million? a good portion of that 1 in 3 americans loves the hell out of their cable package with sports.
Talk about a leap of logic. There's lots of people (myself included) for whom the Super Bowl is the only football game they're interested in watching.
To suggest that someone wants a year-round pay channel based on the viewership of a single night makes you sound like an ESPN shill.
So I don't know where you are getting 2 days.
I'm getting it from the story I linked about Ubuntu 15.04, the first version that uses systemd, being released -- two days ago.