you think too small. modify the frequency to shut down humans.
I thought BMI & ASCAAP helped artists recoup costs by billing radio stations.
As Johnny Rotten sang, it's an unlimited supply, an unlimited amount.
I should build a rack of VM's and configure them to play my songs over and over and over. that way i could actually make some money on spotify.
but say the job requires you know a certain Watchguard Firewall. When the license for that box is up, it may be better to replace it with a Cisco or Fortinet device. If you have a smart generalist, they'll be able to move from brand and model to brand and model. The way HR & IT mgrs are handling it, is they'd rather hire a person who knows a specific device/interface, and only that device/interface, rather than someone who can handle the technology as it changes - which it surely will.
it's as if Outlook stabbed Yahoo Mail to death and left a bloody glove at the scene of the crime. I especially like the typos and the fact that the CIO admits there's still things that Outlook does better, so you can use it for 30 seconds. Who has time to keep swapping between programs just because the CIO is butthurt? deliver a better product that employees Want to use.
is, not was
It's difficult to build up a large selection of publications ready for the higher education market, where one can't push out CRAP instead of high-quality education materials. Texas has little control over higher education publishing, and far too much nonsensical control over K-12, where revisionism and unadorned religious swaggery holds sway over intellectual honesty and these troubling things called "facts". Still, the bloodletting to come in the educational industry will be from the traditional publishers who fail to adapt to the new reality of digital gadgets used for reading and studying.
As much as I enjoy my Apple iPad, the popularity of 16gb devices which cannot hold many reading resources is troubling. Apple traditionally packs in the least amount of storage possible in consumer devices, with incredibly ridiculous markups to reach 64gb or 128gb of storage. If Intel pushes their own tablets with more storage at a reasonable cost, then Kno has a real future.
Back in my past, I was furious at how much college textbooks cost, and how little trade-in value I'd get -- if any, since from semester to semester the reading materials for a given course might change. The market changes of the past 20 years have had little influence on the current trajectory: digital data and high-speed distribution changes everything. While I recognize the need of publishers to employ DRM control in order to generate profits, maybe expensive university systems should change their models to remunerate professors who research and publish -- while the learning materials decrease in price. There's little use for the existing publishing and distribution system if higher education can publish and distribute at will.
I don't believe that MOOC will make much sense until there are big changes to how multibillion dollar universities position themselves at the forefront of sharing knowledge with those who need it the most.
well now that she's married and a mom, she probably isn't turned on by superstuds like hemsworth. if she was drunk, or maybe if they were banging IRL the love scenes wouldn't have come across so Lucasian. (is that a word?)
Natalie Portman isn't half as beautiful as Jaimie Alexander
gimme a break. after the recent government shutdown, can we trust the legislative branch to do anything beyond line their own pockets while the 99% suffer?
it's more likely that shitty employers will punish employees for reporting safety concerns; in a crappy job economy, it's more likely that workers would take more risks than they would prefer because they're so afraid of losing their job and knowing how difficult it is to find another one, especially if you are unemployed.
Forgetting isn't a crime. Reagan got out of charges of War Criminal behavior (secretly funding a terrorism campaign in El Salvador) by claiming he forgot.
so really the title should be "attractive women more likely to get job offers." move along, no story here.
I've owned 4 different HP color lasers, and last year replaced one that had died after just 2 years' worth to a cheap $350 Samsung ($200 cheaper than the HP with ethernet and OSX + Windows drivers). Print quality is terrible, 3rd party remanufactured / refilled cartridges from ebay are quite cheap but produce washed out colors and sometimes toner that doesn't stick to the page. My next printer will likely be another HP, if I have the money for it.