Mailing? E-mailing? Is mailing like shipping packages, but with an e-mail you printed instead?
Isn't that how the use of the metric system was enforced in Great Britain? Good to know there are so many people that want to use the force of government to get their way on such piddling matters.
The California university system is larger than any in Taiwan and exists in Intel's home state. Anyone have any ideas why this research was offshored?
After all (and on another note), this seems right up the governing regime of California's "alley". Imagine the state using this technology to mandate your speed, or taxing you for entering the city core during certain hours, not to mention the wonderful surveillance opportunities.
no single water drop can be blamed for the flood
No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible .
Then it doesn't matter, South African's have "diplomatic immunity!"
My house is peppered with hardware I bought used because Windows no longer offered drivers, nor the manufacturer. Scanners, printers, all manner of peripheral. People sell stuff because it doesn't work with their new Windows PC, and then I buy it and plug it into Linux and it works great.
On the next episode of Hoarding: Buried Alive....
"Today, Congress voted to update the rules that have governed financial services since the Great Depression and replace them with a system for the 21st century. This historic legislation will better enable American companies to compete in the new economy.", said the Treasury secretary in 1999.
That's impossible. That would mean a Democrat (Larry Summers) said it. Oh wait, Obama, the smartest President America's ever had, trusted him as well...
What race or ethnicity is a dwarf?
Applying perceived generalizations about a group to individuals you do not know is textbook racism.
FFS, if that's the textbook definition of racism, please define prejudice! Words mean things, that's why we have different words for different things.
Now THIS sounds like racism.
Only it's not, it's prejudice. Too many people confuse the two.
I was in the same boat. I've never really worked out and work from home, so I was either in a chair or on the couch. Then I turned to bodyweight training, which doesn't require going to the gym or weights, so it can be done anywhere.
Currently I'm following Convict Conditioning, which only takes minutes a day, and excersizes like squats, pushups, bridges, and the early leg raise series can be done right at your desk. So now I still don't work out much, but I'm more muscular and stronger than I've ever been in my life.
After all these years, could we please get this right? His name is Linux Torvalds, it's the operating system that's called Linus! You know, like the kid on Peanuts?
Thanks for the informative reply. I stand corrected.
And a category 1 at that. This is the tyranny of Yankees running the media. If it snows it's `White Doom 2012`, and if it rains it either a `Perferct Storm` or a `Superstorm`. Good gosh, I sat through three hurricanes in a row back in 2004 and it obviously wasn't the end of the world.
Ah yes, the perfect illustration of the reason why some may dislike "intellectuals". In two short sentences you managed to include prejudice, elitism, stereotyping, parochialism and get modded +5 to boot. Good for you.