Have you considered she might enjoy doing it? Seems like a good enough reason to me.
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I downloaded it and gave it a try, but I'm going to stick with DuckDuckGo. In my experience the results have been as good as or better than Google and if I don't find what I'm looking for, it also gives links to do the search in Google or Bing.
As a developer I could care less about Java itself. It's the new Cobol.
It's in an awkward spot. For anything high level I'd rather just use Python. And for the few cases where Python's not fast enough, it's easiest to jump down to C++ and write a module I can call from Python.
The best thing about this new release are JVM improvements for dynamic languages, which should help out projects like Jython, JRuby and Scala.
I don't think that makes sense.
The youth of tomorrow will never buy physical books like the youth of today have never bought cassette tapes. That doesn't mean they won't read or buy ebooks.
So trivial that 2to3.py, which comes with Python 3, will do it automatically.
What skills? Setting up an LLC requires filling out a questionnaire and paying a $50-$100 (depending on state) processing fee. Most states let you do it over the internet. It takes like 10 minutes.
FWIW, there are situations where an LLC (or corporation) doesn't shield the owners from liability. I don't remember all the details, but it wouldn't surprise me if tax fraud was one of them.
I wouldn't go so far as to say it's a new language, but IMO Qt is what the C++ standard library should have been.
The C++ standard library and STL are terrible compared to the standard libraries of any other modern languages. Qt actually makes C++ programming fairly painless.
So instead he's just going to sit back and demand that somebody else put in all that effort so he can take advantage of it?
Any takers? Maybe this is an opportunity to create a new startup. Maybe this is a niche that can challenge Paypal. Take it. Run away with the idea. I don't care who implements it, as long as it gets implemented.
If you think it's such a good idea, implement it yourself.
The funny thing is, it's not even about the scarcity of water. It's basically a marketing gimmick.
If they just wanted water, it would be cheaper to desalinate and purify ocean water. But purified ocean water wouldn't be fresh from an Alaskan glacier, in eco-friendly bottles, constantly kept below 42 degrees.
Most people will get the point after seeing the title "Minority Report," regardless of who it's attributed to. So they might as well give credit to the right person.
Because WordPress gives you a comment system, plugins, themes, indexing, tags, categories, an admin page, and a bunch of other stuff that you no longer have to take care of yourself.
It would be a nightmare trying to add any of that stuff to HTML generated by Word or WordPerfect.
Not nearly as much. Average people have little to no power of large corporations.
You're so greedy you don't even realize it. If you don't like a corporation, don't buy their products. How do you think large corporations get so large?
I never said that such a system would be easily achieved. Due to the stupidity of much of the human race, it likely never will. I do, however, think it would be a good system.
Great. Everybody is an idiot except for you. I can't imagine why you're not getting more support...
My first point was referencing to the fact that giant corporations often exploit the average person in order to get richer
And average people exploit giant corporations every time they do business together. If they didn't think they were coming out ahead they wouldn't have done business with them.
My second point was referencing the fact that the rich are often able to lobby the government into doing their bidding
If society elects a government that sells them out to the rich, who's fault is that, really?
My third point was referencing the fact that often people will neglect to help others because the only way they believe that they can be helped is if they give them money.
And by getting rid of money you think they'll give something else? What's stopping them from giving something besides money right now?
I was more so talking about the system proposed by The Venus Project, sorry.
Good luck with that...