This is interesting. can you reccomend a book or two with one of these types explanations? Thank you.
which is why many professional occupations don't pay overtime anymore.
You're a hardware engineer, aren't you.
So the real question is who should get screwed by the Pareto principle?
festival! festival! festival!
That'll happen. Look up the story of how we (Americans) got the Miranda warnings. Ernesto Miranda was a very, um, colorful guy.
TOS was produced by Desilu which was bought by Paramount which became Viacom which became CBS.
Kirk does have flaws. He just laughs it off every episode... Just like every other Trek Captain.
mjasay writes "Microsoft is advertising for a new director of open source strategy, but this one has a specific purpose: fight the Linux desktop. 'The Windows Competitive Strategy team is looking for a strong team member to lead Microsoft's global desktop competitive strategy as it relates to open source competitors.' For a variety of reasons, this move is almost certainly targeted at Ubuntu Linux's desktop success. With the Mac, not Linux, apparently eating into Microsoft's Windows market share, what is it about desktop Linux, and specifically Ubuntu, that has Microsoft spooked?" Reader christian.einfeldt notes Microsoft's acknowledgment of the FOSS threat to their business model within SEC filings, and suggests that this job posting could instead be about maintaining Internet Explorer's market share lead against Firefox.
um, engineers? contractor? Biochemists? NSA consultants?
I prefer to think of the glass as half way to a new one
I think it's cynicism combined with apathy that's gonna get us. There was only one man in our history who truly looked at the highest position of power as an opportunity to serve: George Washington. Everyone else since has proven that those who can get the office should by no means have it. Our system, as I understand it, is based on the notion that our collective cynical and hopefully well informed and mostly rational voices can temper the lust for power, but we have to keep talking to the right people and, yeah, keep the hope that things will get better.
that's the way it's supposed to work. You are fine American. Not being sarcastic.