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If you'd submitted it in some sort of compressed, machine readable format, it would have been faster.
Because the weld bead is thicker than the surrounding metal.
The H1B replacements can't be said to fit the requirements of the job if they must be trained.
I was missing the hardware to mount a 5 Mb hard drive (yes, 5 Mb) in my XT. Didn't want it sitting directly on the case (cable length, vibration, possible short, etc), but really wanted that upgrade. My French-English dictionary was sitting nearby, so it became the support "bracket".
My mom used that computer many years for checking email (she did upgrade to 2400 baud), but one day it needed a repair. She said the guy was a bit surprised to find a library in a PC.
Ok, I see some commentators in nerd rage already. Relax. If you don't want to see top sites when you make a new tab, Mozilla provides instructions to disable them. It's just a couple of mouse clicks
If you don't like my foot up your ass, I can give you instructions to remove it.
The tornado risk has tripled at the site. At least until permanent structures replace the doublewide.
I bought an after market lithium battery and now my laptop lasts for days, weeks, even months between charges. The extra weight is a tradeoff. When people see it, they ask "What the hell is that!" But that's normal when you are cutting edge.
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Similar rules in all of the US. You must be compensated for agreeing to limit your future work options. The amount is left up to the two parties. But the non-compete can't be a condition of employment. Signing a non-complete when you get the job is generally considered unenforceable. Which is why they try get you to sign it again when you leave and are handing you severance pay. Then they can say they did compensate you and you agreed.
So you're proposing having two sets of wires running to each house and business? Don't conflate generation and distribution. Power generation is rarely a monopoly, except for areas that cannot connect to the national grid. Even national distribution has competition. But local power distribution can't switch who owns the wire underground or overhead so easy. Even if you go "off grid", all you've done is change monopolies. Just one you now own.
How is the patent enforceable in international waters? Federal courts have ruled they aren't in other lawsuits.
I'm genuinely curious.
It's where a lot of refineries are located. The infrastructure there is also set up for distribution of refined products throughout the US.
For those of you worried about patent filings in poor countries, here's a bit of an anecdote.
I'm the inventor of a technology that resulted in a product that captured 99% of the market worldwide and sales of over a billion dollars a year. Did it while working for a large multinational, so didn't get but a couple thousand dollars as a bonus.
When deciding where to patent, the decision was US, Europe, Japan, and a couple other countries. BRICS weren't even a consideration. It costs a crap-ton of money to file patents, and even billion dollar products cut cost if it can.
The logic is that you don't have to block every possible market. Just the big ones. They will ignore the small markets as if they had patents.
The correlate is dollars spent on anything beneficial to society are dollars that can't be spend on less altruistic pursuits.
That would be nuts.