I used to think that Perl's feature of "There's More Than One Way To Do It" was great until I had to start modifying and maintaining the code of other developers, (several over the years). 20+ years I've been with Perl and I gotta say that through the years this has probably caused me more frustration than anything. Python, comparatively speaking, is a dominatrix and I'm starting to enjoy "There's Only One Way To Do It".
Got my own Morotola Surfboard Xmas 2013. Comcast still charged me every month until I caught it on my August 2014 bill. They credited me the 7.00 per month when I asked them "so how long have you knowingly been billing me for this?"
An anonymous reader writes "If you own a company unfortunate enough to get an National Security Letter with a gag order attached, does that include consulting with your attorney? Seems like some rights might be violated with this but I wondered what slashdotters thought." Link to Original Source
Hi folks, I have wondered about this.... If you have a product like TrueCrypt and get a National Security Letter telling you that you can't talk about it, does that include your attorney? I seem to remember that someone decided to sue NSA over this... Just curious...
According to opensecrets.org Patrick Leahy -D(umbass) took $572,000 from Lawyers and Law Firms in 2014 alone. In his career from 1989 - 2014, he's taken $1.5 million. The United States of America: best government money can buy.