No, if you're obese you risk a lot more than "a few" (what is that? 2? 3? 5?) years. It puts extra stress on just about every part of your body especially, crucially, your heart. 1 in 5 americans die from obesity related illnesses. People eating obviously unhealthy foods watching the news and worrying about Al Queda when there's a 9/11-sized death toll every day from what they're eating.
The comments are definitely c++.
That's the most common outcome, but it doesn't always work that way. It is possible for the court to hold the corporate officers or investors personally liable. It's called piercing the corporate veil. Doesn't happen too frequently, but it happened to Limewire (http://blog.ericgoldman.org/archives/2010/05/limewire_smacke.htm), who played in the same space, just a few years ago.
Somewhere there's a terrorist reading your post and saying "that's what I'm talking about!".
> But no , the "Not Invented Here" meme popped up its ugly head again and some know it alls
> decided they could reinvent the wheel better. Well so far the jury is still out on that.
You say that, but why have nearly all distros moved to systemd? You're saying there's not a sound technical reason for it? NIH makes sense as a criticism in a few areas, but linux distros, largely run for free by hobbiests? They're imposing it on themselves for no good reason? Really?
Agree but i've had problems with Mint for a while, and the official forums for it are dead; you're much more likely to get help on AskUbuntu or UbuntuForums, so I've gone back to Ubuntu then upgraded the ui to xfce. Problem solved! (I tried briefly but unity is still a mixture of awful and buggy).
I don't need an AI to tell me I have cancer that's what WebMd does already!
You're stating it wrong. When someone is dead you can say what you want about them.
It's a global industry. You sell your products worldwide. Why shouldn't you have to compete against global talent?
To be fair, does a company like reddit need a lot of talent? It's basically just a big website and doesn't produce any of its own content.
Bad negotiators will be undervalued in the market so they should be able to pick up the same talent for less.
Except they're not trying to hire negotiators.
Except it's generally men who get to decide what 'wrong' negotiating is and that's what the problem is.
After development, trees are usually planted - sometimes where there used to be no trees. What is the net gain/loss of trees across ALL development, not just development taking place in a forest...
A forest is an ecosystem, not just a bunch of trees.