That's a co-op, not a non-profit
Were you looking at the same webpage?
Maybe Lord Lucan could appear next year...
Or, you know, free up spectrum that is being wasted duplicating DAB service
SpzToid sends word that the Ellen Pao vs. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers discrimination case wrapped up yesterday. No matter what the outcome turns out to be, it has already affected how business is being done in Silicon Valley. "'Even before there's a verdict in this case, and regardless of what the verdict is, people in Silicon Valley are now talking,' said Kelly Dermody, managing partner at Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, who chairs the San Francisco law firm's employment practice group. 'People are second-guessing and questioning whether there are exclusionary practices [and] everyday subtle acts of exclusion that collectively limit women's ability to succeed or even to compete for the best opportunities. And that's an incredibly positive impact.' Women in tech have long complained about an uneven playing field — lower pay for equal work, being passed over for promotions and a hostile 'brogrammer' culture — and have waited for a catalyst to finally overhaul the status quo. This trial — pitting a disgruntled, multimillionaire former junior partner against a powerful Menlo Park, Calif., venture capital firm — was far from the open-and-shut case that many women had hoped for. More gender discrimination suits against big tech firms are expected to follow; some already have, including lawsuits against Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc."
It's legal. This is the UK. There is no constitution.
I'm assuming that you're saying that the automagic ones are the ones adopting systemd. Like arch.
for no reason*
Seems like he had a pretty good reason
I would say it's more a weird feature of C to count from 0 (and everything copied it). Fortran and COBOL count from 1 (in fact, Fortran counts from whatever the hell you want it to)
Free from competition
Depending on which episodes you've seen, you could be missing out. It varies a lot from season to season, season 1 wasn't that great, but there are amazing episodes in the other seasons.
The TV series is pretty good (some sections are excellent), so it's a shame about the film
It's more about the absurdity of the specific rights to make Spiderman films. Sony loses them if they don't make any, that's why we had the reboot
The truth is I never loved you
The problem for the defendant in this case, is he was lying when he said he didn't remember it