NorCal, too, apparently. The proper syntax is "The 405"
Citation please. I found some information about this being true in England and Wales but not in the States. We were talking about the States, right?
You mean like this?
Let me guess, you've come up with ideas that you thought would have benefited your employer, but the people with a broader perspective of the business decided that they weren't cost effective or viable, right? Ideas are like assholes: everyone has one. It takes an individual with foresight, leadership and determination to consider those ideas, pick the best ones, and apply the right amount of resources in the right places. The iPhone was one of probably hundreds or thousands of ideas Steve heard on a regular basis. He saw the potential and acted on it, effectively changing the entire mobile computing landscape. By the way, no one was stopping employee number 24621 from taking his idea and running with it. He chose to work at Apple because he lacks the skills, resources or connections necessary to bring his idea to life. This is where people like Steve Jobs are important. They bring those skills, resources and connections together to make a successful product.
Yeah! Those damn kids and their rock and roll! Who do they think they are calling that garbage music! It doesn't take any talent or thought, it's just noise!
I think you mean SMTP Mail Transfer Protocol
It's candy, FYI.
It's hardly Orwellian if a private company is tracking you rather than the government. If you really do believe what you just said, you completely missed the point of 1984
I've been dying to have access to BBC World streaming, but apparently being in the US prevents me from receiving European propaganda. Anyone know how I can watch this without getting the ever infuriating "this content is not available for your country"?
That's pretty cool actually. There's a link to a camera at my university aggregated there!
My stacks of money do not make a good pillow
Wow, how long ago were you in college? These days you're lucky to sell back your book and get 20% of what you paid. The bookstore then turns around and sells the used book at 90% of the cost of a new book. Let's all hear it for capitalism
Did you actually see the gaping security holes? Go to the linked page. I'll wait. It is disturbingly obvious that the developers have NO idea what they're doing to secure their users and data. These are total n00b bugs. If you start with this turd (even if it is "pre-alpha") and expect the FOSS community to be able to polish it into anything other than a turd, you are quite the idealist. I really had high hopes for this project, but now I'm terrified to use it.
I think a study should be done that correlates smartphone ownership with time spent per bathroom break. I think you all know why.
The system that Manning "hurt" through his actions is the same system that is punishing him. How is that even remotely comparable to the Nazis and hiding Jews? According to Nazi law, hiding Jews is an act which draws consequence. It wouldn't be surprising if the perpetrators were executed by that system for those high crimes. It isn't surprising, then, that this system is doing what its own code dictates. That doesn't make his court-marshal "right", per se, but seeing as he broke the laws of the system, IT DOES NOT MATTER if it's "right" or "wrong," The system's reaction must be to punish him under its own law.