which they keep with the band-aids and aspirin
*which they keep wth the band-aids and aleve©
the vast majority of programming jobs require the ability to code, and no further domain specific knowledge
However, the theory of Computer Science and the history of it is still important to teach an aspiring programmer/computer scientist (still don't even know what that really means.) I think that the CS curriculum needs to teach more practical applications of things, including pure programming, but also necessary skills like using a version control system. Or how to download and install packages on different platform or using continuous integration servers/databases and other commonly used technologies. Learning the theory of SQL databases from 50 years ago is certainly not as helpful as learning how to set up and actually run a local database. More practical/hands on work, less theory and reading text books.
But that means I managed to destroy twenty-two pounds of them in one month
You skipped eating lunch for a month? And only ate 2 meals of 1000 calories, and lost weight? No wonder. In the article it mentioned muscle mass. I would be very skeptical if you told me you lost 22 pounds without sacrificing muscle mass. I personally think that how you look in the mirror is a much better indicator than your actual weight loss. But hey, if you lost 22 pounds and you think you look better, then great!
But one San Diego firm is willing to pay you for the privilege of following you around as you browse the web, make searches and use social networks.
For $100 (£60) a month, Luth Research will track your every move online before selling it to the highest bidder, typically companies looking to advertise on the web.
As well as tracking browsing history, web searches, time spent on social networks and the user’s location, participants are also asked to complete survey questions about their behaviour.
This means clients can ask participants follow-up questions about why they choose to visit certain sites, or more details about their movements.
All the information is collected through a virtual private network connection, and the data is securely routed through Luth Research’s servers."
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Oh, and I'm also stupidly wealthy, which is why I haven't had to work since 2000
Obviously you fall into the category of "retired".
It just looks like an Android phone with a makeshift iOS theme on it. If that's what the demand is for, why not supply it?
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It will also still include the ever popular 130 decibel klaxon for informing you of Amber alerts at 5 AM on a saturday.
There's nothing worse than the 130 decibel Amber alerts or "severe weather" alerts during a quiet meeting, and everyone's phone goes off at different times letting everyone know it's raining!
and the other is requiring you by law to be a responsible adult and not partake in activities that have been proven to kill people while driving and to perform those activities at a safe time
Sounds like drinking and driving. True vehicular manslaughter.
In 2010, 10,228 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one-third (31%) of all traffic-related deaths in the United States.1
Back to my original point, Just having a law to tell people to stop doing something, even if it's enforced like DUI's, still won't prevent everyone from doing it. I think having a safer alternative, like this HUD display, is optimal to solve the problem. That's what technology is for, solving problems. Grumbling and complaing about people being on their phones won't solve anything.
Is this any different from a dash mount for a smartphone?
Did you watch the video?