Can it grow? Sure. Can it grow significantly? Sure! Can it be the next Facebook/Google? Maybe.. doubtful.
Function doesn't make money per se. Shiny often does.
Asking around, most people in my corner of the world seem to like the new interface.
IMHO that's just her way of waking everybody up and making it clear this boat is changing its course. With time, I'm sure people will be working remotely once again.
Sure it may, but why think that without evidence. Do you see any correlation between vaccines and anti-biotics that we don't?
Something is subpar when it doesn't live up to expectations. Some degree of side-effects is actually expected, within limits that wouldn't change a vaccine is subpar or not.
That's bothering you because you didn't have your loonie shot. Now, THAT's loonie!
It really depends on the situation. Being Germany it's possible that all the average worker needs is SAPGUI, which doesn't really differently on Linux than it does on Windows.
This kind of "help" occurs all the time though. I'm forced to buy health insurance in my own country, even though foreign plans would cover me just as well at a lower cost. I'm forced to pay for my retirement fund even though I've already provided for my days as a senior through other investments. Hell, I'm forced to fasten my goddamn seatbelt! Not that I wouldn't use it, but I certainly haven't been given any choice in the matter!
(If this were true) it's about priorities. Sure they would want Anonymous to look strong, but certainly not stronger than Israel.
How is this not a real attack to begin with? Just because they cooperate in the medical business doesn't mean they have the right to penetrate each others IT systems.
At Hong Kong airport they never complain about my bottle of water. When flying to US they'll have a second check at the gate where they remove bottles from your hand luggage but to other destinations they simply don't seem to care.
During my trips through Amsterdam I got a blow job more often than not. What's your point? Were authorities involved in removing your shoes?
The shoes aren't checked for flight into the US. Checking flights within and from the US doesn't really do anything to prevent a future shoe bomber. It doesn't seem like theater, it IS theater.
Of couse. My point was that the chances of having a nasty experience during your few minutes at the border are much slimmer than having a nasty experience inside the actual country.
Please do tell us why. Was your decision based on stories you read in news papers? Experiences of friends and colleagues? A personal experience?