Can't tell if you are professional troll or just a fucking idiot. Well done!
The whole theory behind it being 'rigged' was some numpty seeing a pile of ballot papers on a table marked 'No' on Sky News when you could see they said 'Yes' and jumping to conclusions. The yes campaign in Dundee (where the video was taken) even went on twitter to clear it up, but the tin foil hat brigade are having none of it: https://twitter.com/YesDundee/...
The conspiracy theorists have already started with their claims of vote rigging.
I doubt that would matter as she was the representative of the company as far as the customer was concerned.
It's only fair she lose her job over this. What exactly would the police have done though I'm curious to know?
Maybe not, but higher quality input gives a better chance of higher quality output. Even if only marginally better.
I have a Note 3 and while the video quality is pretty good, the low light photography (as in anything not perfectly lit) is shockingly bad.
It doesn't help when you get conflicting information from seeing different Doctors. My wife is getting treatment for a partially paralysed vocal chord and depending on which Doctor she speaks to she get's wildly varying opinion on the cause and how to deal with it.
Yes, they could choose another airline that keeps pilots as a marketing ploy.
I still can't believe they did away with the XServe.
Because 2 billion would be even better?
I believe the main reason for people wanting access to GoT (and others) immediately is due to the fact that the longer it takes to release them the greater the chances are that they will see spoilers. s03e09 is a prime example of this.
That is how Spotify and Steam both handle the situation. You can obviously switch to offline mode and use locally cached content still though.
Don't you have project managers to manage projects? Head of IT in corporate would not normally project manage (unless the IT department isn't very big).
.. it's at least 5 years too late