I'm amazed that so many have kept the same address that relatives would be receiving the mail.
Now the state offers a $5 bounty per nutria tail turned in.
How many programmers need to write a compiler?
I would bet that the large majority of programmers out there are doing data manipulation and fairly simple GUIs, be they web based or some other toolkit.
Larger pocket assistants that just so happen to have cell phone capabilities.
And why should we trust you, Mr. NSA Plant?
Never hurd of it.
And in order to see the data they have about me, I have to give them my name, home address, last four digits of my SSN? Seriously? They're going to make a fortune off of this!
This used to make sense but the logic doesn't hold up these days. Not only do consumer targeted routers pretty much just work these days, they use less electricity.
His name is ''Sang'' ? Past tense ?
Another hint... Even if you don't have a lot of experience, don't pad your resume. Don't say you are proficient in Microsoft Word unless you are applying for some kind of clerical job. And if you put something on your resume you better be able to back it up. It will be easy to tell when the interview happens. Even if you're good in all other aspects if you put down you know something and I find out your only experience is reading an article on it, you're out. I can't trust you.
Wait until something happens to the grid and tell me how much my collection of printed magazines I got off of eBay is going to be worth.
If evolution had its way I would have been dead a long time ago. Fortunately for me I have great corrective lenses so I can see the lions trying to kill me.
Take that, evolution! I may even procreate!
So sharing source code proves this how? Couldn't they just include the spying mechanism before they create the binary that actually ships?
This article is very true. At the time Encarta came out I was working for a company that sold PCs. We were located in an area where there were many affluent African American families. Not being raciest by any means, but typically all we had to do was bring up the article on Martin Luther King and start the "dream" speech video and they just had to have that for their kids. Encarta sold the computer.
Privacy is a huge issue here. Now if you have to go to a voting booth to vote your overbearing SO can't coerce you to vote one way or another. You have plausible deniability. That's kind of hard to do when they're standing behind you watching you vote from the family PC.