"...there is no suggestion anyone was to blame for Walker's crash..." unless you follow that link which says that the police suspect that speed was involved. No question that anyone not in the car was to blame is a different sentence indeed. Looking at the pictures of the scene its hard to imagine that they were driving anywhere close to the 45mph speed limit.
To expand on that a little, if someone's trying to crack your account then they can probably afford to have a human involved who will have a somewhat reasonable chance of getting your clues correct. Most people don't care about the accounts they get though, and with millions to choose from getting the correct number cut down to 1% of what it would otherwise have been just doesn't matter any more. Web scale helps them in that case.
The presentation is awful as well. Full screen width monospaced fonts with no introduction describing what they're doing.
Or one rented pickup with a trailer.
Which defeats the silly monitor they're talking about - at a best case "goal" price of US$100 (already 2/3 of the cost of existing retail solutions quoted in the article), its not a throwaway piece.
It probably has something to do with the fact that while other tablets outsell the iPad, far more traffic is seen from iPads than from other tablets. Designing something pleasant to use takes more than +1'ing someone else's spec sheet.
So you're saying that the product they built doesn't meet your needs, therefore (ignoring the stuff that it has that you don't need) it is overpriced. Isn't that (to go back to cars) like comparing a Silverado to a Civic and saying that since you don't personally tow anything, the Silverado is an overpriced POS?
I live near Toronto sunrise in the winter is ~8am and sunset around 5 so you can literally commute to work in the dark and it is dark by the time you live the office seeing the sun for 0 hrs a day isn't a good thing if for no other reason than sometimes you need to do something outside where you can see what you are doing.
Indeed, the current TZ really helps your employer at the cost of the employee's personal time. And even that's assuming that they're using natural light, which these days is highly unlikely.
In fact, that'd gives you tons of free time in the light. Coordinating DST to work hours helps the employer (and only then if they use natural light) and hurts the employee.
Although in exchange you do get to knock off at noon!
And at least here in Austin kids have been going to school in the dark for a while now, so its not as if the current "solution" is solving anything much.
Even more - compared to Apple, Google is selling the Nexus 5 at hardware cost and taking a very large loss on Android itself, selling it for nothing, in order to get their hands on your data.
I'm sure Obamacare will work out fine...except for these people and many others like them.
If you like you plan, you can keep it...NOT.
And when the FDA came out I'm sure that there were people complaining that they couldn't buy the cheap sausage that was 30% sawdust anymore either. The policies that were cancelled - according to that article - were ones sold to people with pre-existing conditions; as someone who's been in that boat before, those policies are inexpensive because they have a clause in them that doesn't cover you for the sickness that you already know that you have.
Anyone with an insurance policy that meets the (really quite reasonable) minimum standards of care guidelines should be able to keep it - and, for the most part, has been able to as well.
Would you say the "Management" Costs of Great Britain's Single-Payer System are:
a) Minimal and fair
b)More than they probably should be compensated for a fair and equitable system
If you answered b than you are correct. Wait? Doesn't that mean that it doesn't matter which economic system we use cronies will find a way to pay themselves too much? Gee, that sounds like an inherent problem anthropologically not economically.
And yet even with that fact, they're half of the US system's costs. What does that imply, do you think?
Don't forget somewhat better outcomes too