I really wish I had some mod points for you folks! Made my night.
Can you direct us to a white paper enumerating best practices for optimal client-centered Buzzword Bingo methodologies?
We should not overestimate the transformational power of industry buzzwords, nor the new synergies they can help us achieve in emerging vertical markets. What we need is a new paradigm embracing the best practices that will lead us to ever growing profitability.
While you touched on many important paradigms, I think it's crucial to understand that the core of the problem with the buzzword complex is that it overemphasizes the transformative cultural forces present in highly interactive social network ecosystems.
What we truly need is a flexible and authentic approach to telling deep, engaging stories about a performative community culture that focuses not only on iteration but also on building meaningful relationships within our social graphs in order to create an innovative and multifaceted story-based brand, through which we can see past the unnecessary and false dichotomy between sustainable growth and scalable, engaging profit opportunities.
Not only that, but if you look in the lens of what looks like a camera on the tallest part of the rover, you can clearly see the shadow of the person taking the photo.
I recall thinking how similar the Apple store was to the Sony stores in the area (Novi, MI) when they first came out and thought Apple was ripping off Sony.
First sentence second paragraph makes my head hurt on reflection.
I've had 5! Count 'em 5 ICDs. When they do the reading, you can always get a copy of the readout. They print them up, and clear the memory.
Every time, without exception no matter the technician, over the course of at least a hundred of these data dumps did I NEVER get a copy and I still have quite a few of them. They even go over them with you. You do have to have a modicum of cardiac AND electric knowledge or it's pointless of course. I have plenty of both so it wasn't an issue. EVER.
I suggest you put down most of your computing devices then. Intel is HUGE here, as is Motorola and Microchip. American Express and Goodyear Tire are also huge here (eg Goodyear, AZ is a real town named after.... Goodyear Tire). So no electronics for you, no plane rides (who do you think makes the tires for the planes and the emergency chutes you jump on to escape the plane?), lose those tires. Cut up that card.
Oh, and if the AC is calling my died in the wool liberal wife racist? Get a life. A state isn't racist, mentally handicapped conservatives in the state legislature are. They get voted in by snowbirds, the elderly who relocate here 6 months out of the year. Like your grandparents.
After lurking for awhile I had to make some snappy assed reply to someone and finally took the plunge to make an account. I thought ACs were... ACs. Then I promptly forgot said username/password and lurked more until I started taping them to my monitor... j/k!
I remember being thrilled that Slashdot stories were on Google News! So many great stories, so many snarky trolling comments, so many incredibly accurate polls, so much wasted time and time well spent.
Thank you CmdrTaco. I salute you!
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Which I'll bet includes all types of classifieds and advertising EXCEPT Craigslist.
I have slowly come to terms that my Bachelor's degree in audio engineering is not getting me very far. I originally had aspirations of working in the recording industry, but it has dwindled over the past decade. I am in my mid-twenties and I am trying to figure out if learning c++(or any other programming language) could benefit me. Are there any jobs, or more importantly career paths, combining the two fields? If so, what approach should I take?"
Tiny Core Linux is a complete Linux GUI desktop solution in just 11MB. Unlike DSL though, this is about as minimal as it gets, with no installed apps, just a menu and a link to a huge list of apps you may want to install. For the Linux pro it means a completely blank sheet where you only add what you want to be productive.
As a productivity OS it may just be perfect if you set it up with a focus on apps that you need. If you want a Internet browsing solution it’s a great choice too and immune to many of the Windows-focused threats on the web."
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