nothing says disaster like 289 million dollars a year and a constantly trending upward stock price
I think he meant:
"...a device that challenged the notion that we had to watch commercials when they aired. "
What have you done? what great HR thing have you built?
QT was cutting edge when it came out.
It's not a buzzword, it has a specific definition.
Just because you don't understand something doesn't mean it's a buzzword.
You idiots also said that about TV's, music devices, homes etc...
I'm sorry you can't realize things continue beyond when you were a teen.
Maybe he is Daikin you for a ride?
If you don't know what ERP is, how could you possible answer the question with any insight?
The context was quite clear. Just move along.
You aren't a teen.
Ok, who is 'everyone',
All people, I would imagine.
what does it mean to 'fix pollution'
continue reducing pollution in the air.
and how much do 'heavy restrictions' cost to everyone?
Less then the medical cost, and loss of habitat costs.
Why should polluter be allowed to force their pollution on others for free?
China's pollution is ultimately everyone's pollution.
Ironically, China is moving to greener solutions faster the the US is.
"Not with a fan that size. and I highly doubt that a HEPA filter and a fan works. you need significant air pressure behind the fan to get any real filtering volume."
That sentence makes no sense.
IT's literally nonsense.
Are you unfamiliar with fans? HEPA filters?
Did you spend 1000 dollar on an air filter and are now angry you were a fool to do so?
Have you ever taken apart an air purifier? those fans aren't exactly the most powerful thing on the planet.
"That expensive consumer-targetted air filters don't do any better than the Wallyworld special. "
It's not the filter, it's the mechanism for pushing air through it that doesn't matter. Same rate of flow through the same filter produce nearly the same results.
A crap filter will still have crap results.
I don't shop and wally world, so I won't comment on their specific filter.
He's using the same rated filer and pushing air through it, so it would be expected to have the same count.
Also, the info is on his site.
I once worked for a company that wrote web banking software. The laptops/desktops/etc of certain employees had a 'driver' that continually monitored the USB ports. If anything plugged into it that had storage on it but not the proper corporate auth key to connect as an approved storage device? It would automatically send an email to the IT department, immediately shut off the entire USB subsystem in the OS, and it stayed that way until the device was re-imaged (in many cases making the device completely useless). It also got you immediately perp-walked out of the building and freshly unemployed, unless you could immediately give them a reasonable (and provable) explanation as to why it happened.
Now in this case, I suspect that if the bad stick presented itself to the OS as a keyboard/mouse/whatever, it may circumvent that (I say "may" because I don't know if it would be able to dump any non-keyboard/mouse-related data onto the machine w/o presenting itself as storage.)
Either way, if you're that worried about it, then epoxy the USB ports shut (well, except on the phone for obvious reasons...)
Someone involved in the movie wanted to visit there, so why not have the movie pay for it? As a bonus, you get to stomp around on your own instead of having to do what those pesky guides tell you to do.