But they're not incorrectly working 80% of the time, they're incorrectly working once, fixed, and then they work for the rest of the products life.
You can have your own opinions, you cannot have your own facts. There is nothing pay to win about Planetside 2.
So you post a bunch of stuff about each game, then a disclaimer that it could all be inaccurate and you think that's OK?
Planetside 2 is not pay to win. A pay to win game allows you to get some kind of superiority over other players by paying real money. You cannot do this in Planetside 2. The only things you can buy that you cannot get from playing the game are cosmetics, and XP/Resource boosts, and these do not make you better than other players, they do not grant you extra abilities or allow you to do anything any other player cannot do.
Pros: huge maps, has tanks, has motorcycles of sorts, has flying vehicles, pew-pew PvP, massive PvP.
Cons: P2W galore, rubberbanding massive fights, vast areas feel devoid of... well, everything.
As a semi-competitive Planetside 2 player, if that P2W stands for pay-to-win then I'm pretty sure you're not playing the same Planetside 2 that I am.
Regardless, if we spend money to reduce our greenhouse gases and it turns out global warming was a myth, no harm no foul, and as an added bonus, we have less smog!
If we don't spend money to reduce our greenhouse gases and it turns out global warming is real, we're boned.
This is California Pen. Code, 1 Â 502, subd. (c)(5) of which Terry was found guilty:
(5)Knowingly and without permission disrupts or causes the disruption of computer services or denies or causes the denial of computer services to an authorized user of a computer, computer system, or computer network.
Operate a back hoe and go to jail? Pull the wrong patch cable and go to jail? Tell someone "no, you can't use this computer right now" and go to jail?
This law is ridiculously broad, glad I don't live in California!
There's a few, the recommended one right now is written in perl, easily runnable on any linux box.
ChunkVNC + Instant Support is great and can be found here: http://www.chunkvnc.com/ Do yourself a favor and click the "Help" at the top of the page to get to the forums and look for rat's 4.0 fork.
Basically what you do is run a repeater on an internet accessable box, use the scripts to customize and create a small (2mb usually) "instantsupport.exe" that you can link on a website somewhere, and then when the user runs it, they either pick a support technician, or get an ID number that you use to connect to them, through the repeater, using the chunk viewer.
I had an employer who told me up front that if anyone called asking for a reference all they would do is say when I worked there, they would not give any information good or bad. Judging people on employers giving the second response is not fair.
If we put everyone under this light then would a McDonalds have to hire anyone with a college degree? What about a retired CEO? The turnover would be disasterous and nothing could function.
If they applied for entry positions that McDonald's was trying to bring in H1B workers to fill, yes, they would have to hire them first.
The point is not that the company has to hire overqualified workers, the point is they have to hire ANY available qualified legal US worker BEFORE they can try to bring someone into the country with an H1B.
If she was "overqualified" then there's even more reason why the H1B shouldn't have gotten the job. In this case, it is illegal to "filter" her.
The law is quite clear - you can't bring someone in on an H1B unless an already work legal qualified candidate cannot be found. If she's overqualified, she's still qualified. Expensive or not, it would be illegal to hire an H1B over her.
"the first time that people will be able to access and type in a website address for generic Top-Level Domains in their native language."
My native language is english, I've been able to do this for a long time.
Sure, if you want to swear at my closed door all day, by all means, I'll be in the living room though, watching TV.
Cameras don't combat crime. They don't prevent crime, they don't deter criminals, they don't allow police to stop perpetrators.
They are evidence after the fact, and a really easy way for the government to spy on you.
Not lately, I took the CCNA a year ago, and not only is the test delivered over the internet, but they video you taking the test, and ship it all back to cisco for "validation" before you're actually certified.