I don't care how thin it is, I want a bigger battery.
OK, I doubt it too.
Like Android? Or Where 2 (became Google Maps)? Or Writely (became Google Docs, became Google Apps). There are plenty of failures, but there are successes too.
Just change your "full name". There is no requirement that it's your real name (unlike FB, Google, etc).
theodp writes "A day after taking Facebook public, CEO Mark Zuckerberg changed his Facebook status to 'married' after wedding longtime girlfriend and recent med school grad Priscilla Chan on Saturday. No word if Zuckerberg heeded Donald Trump's prenup advice."
Well, it's not mine, 'cos I'm British, but my understanding is that that's about right. The constitution was followed pretty swiftly by the bill of rights, which was some number of amendments. The first amendment is the one about freedom of speech. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution Whereas we Brits never even bothered to write down our constitution, and we don't have freedom of speech.
This is the UK we're talking about, there's no constitutional amendment that says you can't repress political speech and people can be sent to prison for what they write on twitter: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-17515992
I believe they don't vest if they're fired. So your choice as offered is (a) be fired and lose your stocks, or (b) lose your stocks.
Twice I've had job offers which were clearly better than my current job. I wanted to remain on good terms, so I explained the situation. Both times they didn't counter, they knew it was a better job, and they understood why it would be foolish not to take it.
SPSS grew out of Stanford University in the 1960s, bought by IBM for $1.2 billion in 2009. SAS, which grew out of NC State, is the world's largest privately held software company.
Works with my aluminium framed bike, but I can imagine it wouldn't work everyone, depending on positioning, sensitivity, etc. Also makes you look a little silly.
Jump off your bike, lie it down on the ground over the sensor. Usually does the trick.
jfruhlinger writes "You'd think that people would know electronic equipment isn't for eating, but apparently you'd be wrong. Find out what dumb things companies felt compelled to warn their customers not to do in this list compiled by JR Raphael. Some of the best include: Don't throw your mouse at a co-worker, do not attempt to stop with hands or genitals, and do not put lit candles on phone."
I did that trip too, about 25 years ago. Trawfynydd was still running then. (You're not from the Potteries, are you?)
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