I have E1M1 as my ring tone. Some people get it, most don't.
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.
There are too many stupid people in the world. Stupidity isn't necessarily a permanent thing: it could be caused by time constraints, personal problems or even lack of/too much caffeine. Or just because one doesn't think of the problem from start to finish.
But then this could be what "they" want you to believe
We'll be moving all our clients to https-only within a couple of months. We have systems to deal with that!
I have the option of working 7-3 or 10-6 (or anything in between). More businesses need this flexibility! It would also lessen the peaks in traffic. It would also nullify any benefit of DST.
I used to work a 15 minute walk from the beach. I would have an early morning swim before work in summer.
Exactly. Telstra (Australia's largest mobile carrier, and operator of one of the largest networks (by area covered) in the world) has already signalled the end of 2G. Their 3G network has a far larger coverage than their 2G: Optus 2G covers a greater area than Telstra 2G (Optus 3G still has about a million square kilometres to catch up to Telstra 3G though).
I've had my PV since 2010 back with maximum rebate, and got solar hot water at the same time. It has well and truly paid for itself already. Being in Queensland solar is a no-brainer!
The 1950s movie or the more recent miniseries?
My wife is on a $15/year prepaid plan!
In my office there are two zones, but the thermostats are right next to each other. So that half the office is freezing and the other half is a sauna. Have to set the hot side a few degrees lower to get any kind of comfort.
Don't get caught up in the synergy!
My Nokia c.2007 called itself a "smartphone" but would be a "featurephone" these days. It ran S40.
My wife has an android touch screen phone (ICS) that cost under $40 outright, so they are definitely cheap these days.
Oh no, not again!
Well they budgeted to spend 8.7b but only did 7.5b. How is that over budget? Sure, they are behind but that is due to Telstra and contractors over-promising and under-delivering.
In Australia the move to digital has meant they could consolidate channel frequencies. Previously we had channels 2, 7, 9, 10, 28 and 31. Now all broadcast happens in the frequencies of channels 6-12. I'm in Brisbane which has been digital only for a while. This means one can get a smaller antenna with better gain as it only listens on a narrower range.
My parents used to receive one station on channel 0 and the rest in UHF. Digital has moved all stations to the same 6 channel UHF block, so they can now take down the old VHF antenna completely.