Carmen Ortiz and Stephen Heymann should at the very least be prosecuted for misconduct. If in fact the evidence points to that they piled on the charges to enhance their own political careers, after they are dis-barred, they should be prosecuted for murder.
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I would always press one. Get a telemarketer on the phone, tell them I'm drowning in credit Card debt and don't see a way out. Let them give their rap, and give them a generated fake CC number. Of course the CC number would check out but the expiration date would not. I would tell them that I had the card in front of me and everything I had given them was correct. All of this of course waisted time they could have spent ripping someone off. It didn't take long before the calls stopped coming.
The other thing I like to do with telespammers is answer "Name of Town, Police Department, Officer Smith, How may I help you." That never fails to get you off a list. Of course it's a bit discombobulating when it turns out to be a legitimate call.
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This line escpecially resonated with me, "Actually, modern interfaces are confusing as hell because user interface design has become so screwed up"
The original post is about how the bean counters have taken over businesses and are doing a bad job. Linux is not a business, Linux is the kernel, everything else is an add on, INCLUDING the GUI. Your comparison of businesses with employees to a project built by volunteers doesn't hold water. You then bring up game players, huh?
Bill Gates (geek) started and built Microsoft into what it was when Steve Ballmer ( bean counter) was handed the reins. That is more to the point of the article.
Larry Ellison (geek) whatever else you might think about Oracle, he has built it into quite a business.
Let's compare apples to apples.
You are wrong, the 14th amendment grants citizenship to those born in the U.S. From the Wikipedia article:
In the case of United States v. Wong Kim Ark, 169 U.S. 649 (1898), the Supreme Court ruled that a person becomes a citizen of the United States at the time of birth, by virtue of the first clause of the 14th Amendment, if that person is:
* Born in the United States
* Has parents that are subjects of a foreign power, but not in any diplomatic or official capacity of that foreign power
* Has parents that have permanent domicile and residence in the United States
* Has parents that are in the United States for business
The Supreme Court has never explicitly ruled on whether children born in the United States to illegal immigrant parents are entitled to birthright citizenship via the 14th Amendment, although it has generally been assumed that they are. A birth certificate (a.k.a Certificate of Live Birth for children born in certain states) issued by a U.S. state or territorial government is evidence of citizenship, and is usually accepted as proof of citizenship.
Richard Nixon said "If the President does it, it is legal." We all know how that worked out for him. It sounds like you are substituting "government agency" for "President." No one is above the law, not a President, and not a government agency. Black Hat is Black Hat no matter who is doing it, or who they are doing it for.
Thats basically what happens when countries lower their taxes corporations go there. It seems to be something that the current administration doesn't seem to understand, if we're charging higher taxes, higher labor costs, for essentially the same service why not move elsewhere? Most businesses would want to stay in the US but when the US seems to be raising taxes for successful businesses, is there any reason not to move?
Whether we like it or not we live in a global economy. We know that When other countries give breaks like that, in the current system, it is at the expense of one or many countries. And is especially egregious to the employees.
Countries develop embryonic industries by giving them extraordinary breaks, they all do it. When other countries respond with equal or better breaks, we get trade wars.
Regrettably, as important as IT is, it is but one of thousands of industries. It gets lost in the cloud, while other segments get help.
This has nothing to do with administrations and everything to do with those who've got the most money to spend on politicians.
It isn't any administration, the current global economic system is brutal on employees everywhere. Our politicians are like the morons who do the same thing over and over again and expect different results when it comes to economic theories. And it's really hurting millions perhaps billions of people.
Intel an American company, with the American economy in the shape it's in, I am offended at the codename Bangalore.
In short no. The RHEL 5 series (CENTOS too) is based on Fedora 6, so I doubt that Fedora 12 is the basis for the upcoming RHEL 6.
Isn't that exactly what a properly-written headline is supposed to do?
There are indeed a lack of external programs to lock down the desktop. That's because that kind of thing is built into Linux. ACLs, permissions, SELINUX and on and on.
If you favour Windows, that's fine, to each his own. But please don't spread the MS cool-aid without actually knowing what you are talking about.
Clearly the first moonwalk was done by Michael Jackson, we saw it live on television