So I think what you're saying is that you have too much to do.
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The kids are probably less safe in CPS care.
About 15 years ago there was a case where a professor at the local university had her son taken by CPS because she tied her son's hands behind his back to prevent him from continuing to hit himself intentionally. He had some kind of condition that caused him to inflict harm on himself and she was trying to help protect him. Anyways, while under CPS care, the kid died because essentially CPS didn't take care of him properly. Whether or not you think that the mother took care of the child properly, you can't dismiss the fact that CPS didn't know any better.
Why would Sony have employee medical records? Not likely legal if in the USA.
Sony is big enough they may have their own company owned medical facility for employees. My last employeer had one.
As usual with competitions like this, you shouldn't settle for the prize money if you develop such a thing because its worth quite a bit more.
Back around 2000 when Microsoft had something like $100 billion in the bank I said that with that kind of money, they could afford to make no income and still pay their 40,000 or so employees at the time for the next 13 years. I wasn't serious though.
Wow look at that cool new small device released by Ap.... Oh wait, nevermind.
Well apparently it was the decade of Linux on the Desktop in Munich. Who said it would last anyways?
And of course Microsoft now likes to act like they are an open source company that believes in open standards. Maybe they do, but that sure is an annoying stance for them to take.
Wow, local dealerships sound AWESOME!
I was actually at one of these supercomputer facilities a day or two after it happened and found out then. Too bad they didn't release more information so I could talk about it.
Thanks, looks like several Slashdotters will be learning something new today.
Maybe its still too early in the day and I should finish my coffee first before posting to Slashdot, but I'd be interested to know how a frequency of 5 billion per second could carry 10 billion bits of information per second. Hopefully someone could explain.
Reality: the curved TVs provide a cinema-like experience by charging roughly four times what a reasonable person would pay.
A real cinema TV would also come with background noise of others talking on phones, silhouettes of people's heads in front you and makes your floor sticky from years of dumped soda.
Shut it elitist punk. Slashdot is obviously exactly where they need to be if they have a strong opinion that is wrong.