We've reached a very perverse point in our history where what's bad for Wall Street is good for America, and what's bad for America is good for Wall Street.
In other words, the fed needs to raise interest rates. It would help everyone but Wall Street.
Think of the Big Brother scenarios . Presumably cars will have to be fitted with some sort of identifier so that drivers / owners can pay for the charging in some way.
So while its a great idea - Id want to know whats happening to the data about my driving habits!
I always figured they were already secretly doing it anyway. How else do you stop a determined attacker?
The same thing will happen to those who stay on Windows 7. The only way to escape these things is to not run Windows period.
While that's great and I'm sure it makes you feel really smart, I'd love to see the kinds of applications those electrical engineers build for you. You know, the kind of stuff where "what do the registers look like" doesn't matter one bit.
Have you ever had any of that happen to you? Didn't think so. I know something else you've never done: run a successful business!
France can always be counted on to do things in the least logical way possible.
They will start doing it, just not right away.
Yep. $100 million is a lot of money to spend if a case truly has no merit. It doesn't cost nearly that much to pay attorneys to litigate something to death. They paid up to avoid further damage.
You know what they say - make an idiot-proof system and then somebody will make a better idiot.
"Now it seems every grad needs to have a masters degree from a select range of universities just to get a job making text boxes appear in a web browser"
Where? Not a day goes by when I don't get a call, email or LinkedIn request from a recruiter. And I don't have a masters at all.
Blaming parents is a cop-out.
No it isn't; it's the crux of the problem. In school districts with lots of involved parents, the schools are good because the parents insist on it. Kids that come from homes where parents do not value education hardly ever succeed academically. There are always occasional exceptions, but by in large parental involvement is the single biggest predictor of academic success.
Do you have a source for any of that BS you typed?
Every state in the United States has the same set of laws banning anyone from selling new cars except members of the Dealer Cartel. This way they can outlaw any real competition. Car dealerships are second only to farmers in terms of congressional lobbying effectiveness.
When a fellow says, "It ain't the money but the principle of the thing," it's the money. -- Kim Hubbard