At least one person wasn't simply glancing at the article... Thank you.
Too bad we can't claim (that I know of) our posts accidentally submitted without first authenticating. If I wrote such a feature, I might compare requestor's IP and browser headers against the submission in question, then only change Anonymous Coward to Absent Minded Professor.
;) Speaking of things I would do, when it comes to Bob, you could always forget changing his mind and then hire me to have that fun... eheh
I confronted my fear of failure long ago. Now, grinding has more to do with my hatred of [unnecessary] failure.
He didn't say anything about the coveted self-destruct button. > : )
But what is a "Financial IP address" wrt the chart on page 12? Most of the other data is an ip or domain?
From page 16: "... an IP address allocated to a large US financial institution."
Maybe we should take the advice of Rector Mompesson, stop the cleanup, and burn it all! > : ) j/k
I think your signature says just as much as your comment.
:D One-eyed Kings, in the Land of the Blind, are only slightly comfortable within their realm; when many lay in wait, to sever the King's head, and take their crown. In my experience, management can often be blind to the fact that IT geeks, although we love the work, we aren't slaves, robots, or indentured servants. In such cases, it's more like working for failure, than being one. I think AC did themselves a favor, in keeping their sights high. I've made the mistake of setting mine low. Admittedly, I pay for it; even to this day. I guess, at the very least, the resulting stress does a good job of making one feel alive, in the struggle to survive.
I think older people asking for higher pay than their younger counterparts, based on their experience, isn't necessarily simple math. I'd much rather have positions filled, relative to experience, based on the business need. Unless you're hiring a savant, a college graduate with no prior experience, is likely to need more time or training, depending on the task. Some graduates aren't even cut out for the task, and you won't know, until you try them. On the other hand, someone asking for a higher salary, with a nice CV/Resume and Letters of Recommendation--seems less likely to need as much hand holding. Unfortunately, in the real world, nothing is certain. Any way you go about it, hiring is a gamble. If you can't afford the risk, the lesser of the two evils, the lower income bracket, oftentimes does make more sense, at least to me.
Rhinotillexomania should be sufficient. Really what we need are superior genetics. Earth men, send me all of your earth women. I will inseminate free of charge. I offer superior genes from a force that transcends the entire hyper-dimensional multiverse. Please call: 555-7337.
Hey AI, we're still in January. There's still time for divorces to originate from Slashdot's commenting forums.
I blame the whole technology of communication. It is responsible for 99% of marriages and divorces. I suppose gender identity disorder accounts for the remainder.
Corporate America abhors the conscientious objector. Feels like a disparate amount of anarchy, all the way around.
That string comes up all over the place. Seems pretty difficult to figure out, in just a moment. This is my favorite result: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4130367/1qaz2wsx/