Very nice. Thank you.
Any journal article can be submitted for article status.
Gee I wish I had thought about that before I ordered this box of checks with my account number printed on every one. Gosh I wonder how many copies of this number I have mailed out over the years.
Margins on Internet service for the big ISPs is about 80%.
Radio make and model please.
You had a chance to re-elect a more reasonable guy.
They supported it for so long because it took them forever to get Longhorn out the door, and then it flopped around on the floor stinking up the place and they had to try again.
You send resumes in pdf format. You don't want people editing your resume before forwarding it.
And server. Don't forget Metro on the Server. Because... we don't know why. Just because.
Also, their study omitted the cost of software licensing for some reason.
All those ships dragging their anchors over the fiber optics was a complete coincidence.
It is going to be a bitch sneaking a US nuclear submarine into this particular area.
In the US if a vendor sends you an unrequested product you are allowed to keep it. The law is to protect people from bogus sales scams. No idea what the law is in the EU though.
AT&T wants the federal government to protect them from Google, postponing the rollout for a decade or two. The FCC is a wholly owned subsidiary at this point. The city of Austin has other plans. They want their Google Fiber NOW and have the example of Overland Park to show what happens when you drag your feet.
slash9y writes "Major problems this summer with transition to new computer system in North Carolina resulted in massive delays of food stamp benefits for 8.5% of food stamp beneficiaries. Accenture, the contractor in charge of the program was noted to have a "troubled past", and has been scrutinized in other areas such as voting software. While state officials kept blaming poor training, local county officials stumbled upon the solution themselves, finding their problems disappeared when they switched from Internet Explorer to Google Chrome. Full story only now coming to light."