-- with apologies to Oscar Mayer
The goal shouldn't be to prevent your files from being seen by the NSA -- it should be to prevent your files from being seen by ANYONE
Yes, but the NSA is the gold standard of privacy protection, since the NSA is attempting to read every secret and is reportedly very good at it.
more or less
It's a joke. The original text pager was called 'more' (because it prompted you to press a key for more pages). A few years later, a better pager called 'less' was introduced. These are the de-factor text pages on Unix and Linux systems.
My apologies if you were trying to make your own joke, but you actually sounded like you don't know.
The minimum wage around here nets you $1492 a month before tax
That's assuming you have a full-time job, which isn't always the case. Some people have to scratch up two or three part-time minimum wage jobs.
The US governement can't even get off their ass to build a 30ft high fence along our southern border even though they got congressional approval and have millions of people wanting it
Who wants it?
If fell into a black hole
Rule 34, remember?
especially when once customers discover the ease of buying books online, they might stop being customers.
People will buy and use a Kindle anyway. Why not get a cut?
You're conflating skills training with education.
They both teach you how to get the most out of a set of tools, but formal education concentrates on the tool that is your brain -- how to think, how to organize information, how to accommodate new ideas and facts. How to use your brain.
JIT training is commonly known as on-the-job-training, and is not a new idea. But it works best when the student is already educated.
The U.S. has been scoring poorly relative to other countries for decades now, and continues to be the world leader in innovation and productivity
Imagine what we, as a nation, could achieve if we were well educated.
In a five year period we can get one superb programming language. Only we can't control when the five year period will begin.