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I realize that birth control education/legislation/etc. brings up an entirely new conversation (one I'm not trying to start here) but I'd pretty much support anything that would have kept friends and family from dying a slow, painful death.
Wine has nothing to do with virtualization.
False. Both are methods for running the software you want while still retaining the freedom to select an operating system.
It's a compatibility layer, nothing more.
False. It's a compatibility layer that might eliminate the need for you to use full-blown virtualization.
Yes, I am aware of the recursive acronym. I see it (and your comment) as exactly the kind of pendantry that is keeping many people from enjoying open source software. Fortunately I am able to see past it, and despite the name of the product, I am able to realize that Parallels and WINE can be used to meet the exact same needs.
I completely agree. I've had the unlimited plan for about 5 years, since my Original Rzr. I've since been using it with my iPaq and was just about to buy an HP netbook that I could drop my SIM into for data connections.
I've been an ATT customer for about 12 years, and if they drop the unlimited data I'll just switch to Verizon or Tmobile. I've been waiting patiently for a 'Droid phone I can use on ATT anyway, this would be the perfect time for me to just get one and switch carriers.
$8/hour is grunt work. Even telephone help desks start at $13 and there isn't that much difference between the U.S. and Canada.
I suspect you won't learn much. I would certainly go and look very carefully at both the working conditions and at the job requirements before starting in.
Intern positions here in technical fields get 2-3 times minimum wage. Engineering interns make enough during the semester to pay for their next two semesters education.
My advice: Keep looking.
Marketing? Yeah right. The REAL issue will be SUPPORT. Having had to deal with D-Link support (both consumer and professional), I'd much rather be slowly eviscerated with a knitting needle.
And if it's something that can't be reduced to a cookie-cutter firmware setting with no options available, D-Link will fuck it up.
John Jay College sophomore Ahmed Elshafaie, 19, who graduated from Long Island City High School, said he avoids math classes.
"I don't want to ruin my GPA," he said. "High school standards were really low."
Maybe what US high schools need is a difficulty multiplier for GPAs. Of course, that would require some sort of national standard that would have somebody crying foul.
So by basically erasing all hope for recovery for the spinal injury victim, Evolution has enabled the non-injured humans a means of escape from lions, tigers, and bears. Since we live in modern society, it's uncommon to see this kind of pursuit.
Actually there is a similar circumstance with an opposite effect - bankruptcy. When a modern human becomes insolvent and declares bankruptcy, its predators are prevented from finishing him/her off, instead they must resort to attacking the not-so-weak middle class. Look how that's worked out...
I say we strap 10lbs of C4 to those who have gone bankrupt and use them as human torpedoes against the banks.
(j/k, I have nothing but sympathy for those who've hit rock bottom)