But the minimum wage only affects working people who earn less than the minimum wage.
with a nod to Dennis Ritchie and his paper on trusting compilers
Reflections on Trusting Trust -- Ken Thompson
I think you've missed out the bit where your credit card contains a contactless chip. At which point it can facilitate all the things you describe, without your having to give a percentage to Apple.
You could even tape the card to your phone
I wish I could attach a video of how it's done in Europe-land. I can buy a beer in a pub with a contactless card: I simply touch it on the card reader; it never leaves my hand. And I don't need to provide a fingerprint or carry a many-hundred-dollar identity widget.
The bar likes it because they don't have to handle the cash. And if I lose my card I can have it disabled remotely with a single phone call.
Oh, and one more thing, if I lose my card and I need cash, I can phone the bank and get a six-digit code for an emergency cardless withdrawal from a cash machine.
It's all much easier when you don't assume everybody's a criminal.
Simply type 20gbp into Google; the very first result is its value in USD, together with a handy graph of its value over the last five years.
20 British Pound Sterling equals 29.46 US Dollar
being a US citizen has a lot of advantages, like the support of US consulate services
Being a European citizen has advantages too: Article 23 of the TFEU gives the right to any unrepresented EU citizen to obtain assistance from another Member State's consular services under the same conditions that the Member State providing the assistance would give its own citizens.
I guess that is achievable when your population is flatlining and possibly about to decline.
That's Norway. This story's about Denmark.
um... Asda is one of the better employers
In which jurisdiction can you "just sell power"?
Ummm, the UK ?
"Feed-in Tariffs: get money for generating your own electricity"
Lucasfilm Debuts 'Empire Strikes Back Uncut.'
Was the diagnosis of Sgt. Monning ever confirmed? Did the Boston Globe just forget to count him?
"Monnig was transported to Texas Health Presbyterian inside an ambulance protected with plastic on the inside. Once there, his blood was drawn. He was cleared of the Ebola virus the next day."