Go figure. Make meaningful content that people want to watch and they'll be willing to pay a few bucks for it. Netflix might be beating them to the punch with it's array of coming materials. The things Netflix has produced that I've seen have all be thoughtful and - maybe too strong of a word - innovative.
It would be fairly easy to "fake" ipv4 inside of a VM and just forward packets from ipv6 if needed. This would be one of the few times NAT makes sense.
You cast the pot with the clay you have, not the clay you want.
Yes, parents are immensely important - and kids that have two (or more) good ones have an advantage. This doesn't mean that you can throw your hands up in the air and give up on marginalized kids. Teachers do a lot more in schools than just show off the pythagorean theorem or bloviate about what old dead white men did. They also teach social skills and fill in the gaps that parents can't always get to. This is another "social good" of public education.
Like a kid in a candy store your manager will want more, More, MORE! of your time if you let them. It's a feedback loop to encourage more hard work from you. Advice: pace yourself so that when it is really needed and really an emergency you can show up to slay the dragon. You control how much time you spend thinking about this job, not them.
I guess this question logically follows after knowing that all dogs go to heaven. At least in the movies...
This will lead to a lot of whining by users who now have to use their brains for the thirty seconds it takes to figure out wiki entries. It's a shame that it is accepted that knowing Office as a product is a thing and once you "know it" you can turn your brain off. I'm surprised nobody has mentioned that Google Apps/Drive does this automagically for you on documents with multiple editors... simultaneously even.
I will agree that not using MS products on this will reduce the problem backlog. Sharepoint (the free version) is also another solution - one that I have seen exist rife with its own issues.
I'll second this sentiment. Gmail catches an obscene amount of spam sent to my account accurately and with so few false positives it blows my mind. I've dealt with lots of anti-spam software and some hardware and Google does a fantastic job.
Pro tip: you have to just start flagging things with the convenient "this is spam" button and in a short time their filters figure it out.
OP might just be getting a lot of legitimate list traffic that they signed up for. That isn't spam, you asked for that and need to hit 'unsubscribe'.
I think poor Walter means that "It can continue to SHIRK the comments of ordinary Americans" not shrink.
Seems like this was a real deal considering Microsoft just paid MORE for Mojang.
In other news, one full quarter of Americans are blithering idiots.
More telling was reading TFA and seeing that it's more predominant in the lower quintile of wage earners. Also tended to be in states where should they secede they would lose all their water contract rights with other states. Anybody who wants secession is just bad at economics.
You can bribe a politician with money, you can only try to extort them with data.
What is with all this fracking schist?
a beowulf cluster of these...
Had to go there, this is
Yes, the camel surely looks elegant in the desert. But then again, fish don't climb trees.
Just because something works well in one area doesn't mean that it will function well outside of that area. This is why there will always be "other methods" for operating systems.
Was DRM ever about protecting content and not business models? The whole point of copyright in general is to create artificial monopoly...