My sarcasm tag did not get passed on!
The first thing I saw was MIT vs GPL. What is the difference between the two?
Sounds like a good way for someone to shutdown your internet. Fake a root login attempt from every IP. You will lose all incoming internet for 90 days.
Here in Oklahoma, we are desperately looking for programmers, engineers, and believe it or not: welders. Three local companies have Billboards up looking for welders, who are paid more than engineers!
Me Too, HP DV6
Nope! I just verified it is "firefox will remember history"
Maybe it is one of my add-ons: BeefTaco?
Every time Firefox upgrades, it wipes out my login cookies. It forces me to re-login to my sites. Is there a way to turn this dictator off?
That's OK. We can differ on what is the definition of a local store. from the original article. "What brick-and-mortar stores make sense where you live?" That is what I meant. B&M near me "local" verses remote: long drive either for me or for my UPS driver. I am not "in love" with the buy local slogan. Those that push that, better never take money from out-of-towner's. My "local" stores are filled with out-of-state tags because we are 25 mi from the border. I live in a medium town (36,000) 1/3 of the workers drive in from 25 miles away in larger cities.
If we loose BB, all I have left is Target, Wal-mart, Staples, Office Depot and of course the INTERNET. My last 3 laptops came from Staples. Good Prices, Good Selection and NO pushy salesman! AND no LOUD music.
Most of our programmers have been here more than 20 years. I have been there 36 years. We are on a hiring binge. The off-shore people are NOT working out. as our local managers told corporate.
Check your history. This is the way it was in Britain. Until a Judge ruled otherwise.
There is another part to the open access. Trade associations that publish specs. They want anywhere from $100-$1000 for a specification that MUST be used to manufacture equipment. Those specs are written by employees of many businesses (users). These associations do not pay taxes.These specs should be published as e-books for a reasonable price. $35 for example. They are still living in the 50s.
Check them out at http://www.carrieriq.com/
A web site like CMS matrix (use to be) where there is a table of *ALL* issues and responses that I can compare against each other and "my views"