This seems no different, since it's up to the browser (not just the ISP) to enable the trusted proxy stuff. If a browser enables it without your consent (just as if they deliberately add a bogus CA to the trusted cert list), the browser is being evil and needs to be fixed. If it is left to the user, who enables it without understanding, that's unfortunate, but no worse than what can currently happen.
That's very true. Newsletters that I've read regularly for years, as soon as I delete two or three of them without opening the message first start getting sent to the spam folder.
Somehow despite being fairly promiscuous with my gmail address I only get six or seven spams a day (often from/for Christian Mingle, which is hilarious for multiple reasons). Maybe I've just been extraordinarily but I have not personally experienced this 'unsubscribe from one list and get added to seventeen more' phenomenon.
one easy answer is that species prefer different habitats. For example using contemporary species, yaks are probably never or only rarely going to fossilize - their environment is too dry and there are lots of scavengers. There may well be tons of water buffalo fossils however, just because they get washed away and buried in flood sediment on a regular basis. Similarly rare species will automatically form fewer fossils just because you're starting with a lower number of corpses. And a third possibility is that animals which have strong social bonds are more likely to form mass bone beds, because they won't leave their social group members to save themselves from a threat. As you mentioned, there's more possibilities but I wanted to spell a handful of them out.
Starting at 'you suck' is a great way to turn women off tech. Why should anyone (of any gender) put up with that? Women in general seem to have the self respect to go somewhere they aren't being denigrated for having done nothing wrong. The fact that more men are willing to put up with hazing bullshit is not necessarily a plus on their side of the book.
I thought that was a very self-aware and considerate comment, actually, and showed an appropriate response by saying that he would remove himself from the situation instead of trying to drag her down. I thought that's how adults are supposed to function - be aware of and accommodate your own weaknesses.
I offer my sympathy as a woman who's tried to call out her female coworkers on this very subject. The lack of introspection - indeed, the refusal to consider the need for introspection - is appalling. And damned those ladies can get vicious.
oh, you were responsible for that tote I had to stow? That was an odd selection even for a Thursday.
Oh I like that one!
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I've been a member since 1999, but thanks for playing.
I mentioned this in a comment above, but Polar makes a heart rate monitor sports bra. You still need the actual Polar monitor. Depending on what HRM you've got you may want to look into it.
Polar actually sells a sports bra version of their heart rate monitor strap. It's a brilliant idea, because wearing the strap under a sports bra isn't really all that pleasant. Lots of us do it, but it sort of sucks. You still have to attach the actual monitor with the transmitter and battery to the bra, but the electrodes and wiring are built in.
means they're not on hers.