It was when I was in college 20 years ago.
They don't. And voting is not on same day nationwide, except federal general elections. State and local election dates vary. Primary dates vary. Even with federal general elections, how would another town or even state have the proper ballet for your local precinct?
While I disagree with Shakrai, you point about college students isn't valid--college students can register at their college address or their home address. If you can't make it home, register at your college address.
So Snowden is going to be pardoned by Obama now, right? Because he's been proven to be correct time and time again, and congress continues to validate his position by voting to approve these counter-spy bills.
This is the one and only "counter-spy bill" they've passed (and it still needs to get through the Senate). Everything else from congress on this has just been hot air.
Low teens is still usurious.
At minimum you still need to deal with cleaning up your credit report.
Excellent points AC. I'll add that we need to end using Social Security numbers as the primary identifier for all things banking, credit, and health care. SSN should only be used for dealing with the government (ie Social Security, tax filings, disability). Banking, credit, and credit reports need some other identifier that can be changed when identify theft occurs. The health care industry shouldn't be using SSN either. Using one (not easily changed) number for some many things just makes for more opportunities for it to be stolen, and once it's stolen more avenues for the criminals use that information for profit and makes it that much harder to clean it all up.
TFA addressed that. Eventually that "lock down" is lifted and you let your guard down. Cyber criminals have figured that out, and will wait months or years to reuse or resell your information. In this case, they have the guy's SSN, so they can just wait for the locks to come off his credit to apply for more credit cards in his name.
So I guess you won't ever buy another PC or graphics card after this becomes standard?
From that, I'd guess 80% of the market can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p.
From that, I'd guess 80% of the market is willing to trade the slight drop in resolution for much smaller file sizes.
...and your distance from the set.
When HDR comes along, you'll see the difference, regardless of resolution, screen size, and distance.
Umm, no. There was an April fools joke about Cyanogen being "powered by Microsoft", but this is new news, not an April fools joke. They are including MS apps in Cyanogen OS, but not CyanogenMod.
Cyanogen isn't "replacing" Google apps with Microsoft, they are including Microsoft apps in addition to the Google apps. At least for now anyways...
That's what I want to know. Why on earth does do call centers even have access to the full SSN? I could understand the last four digits, as that's oftened used to verify the identity of the caller, but there's just no reason I can see that they would need the full number.