Even Nudists wear hats.. if you're then worried about your brain being irradiated: keep it in your tinfoil hat to be safe!
Yes I am sure he meant reseat. If you have to question that... Then you need to stop staring at your Apple iWatch, and re-evaluate your geek status.
I would like to use a single system for all of this, but have yet to find something that will work well on the office side and the data center side. Free / open source solutions are preferred, but we're prepared to spend money on a commercial solution if it meets our needs. What would you recommend?
“Last night while at her home in L.A., Nichelle Nichols suffered from a mild stroke,” McGinnis wrote. “She is currently undergoing testing to determine how severe the stroke was. Please keep her in your thoughts.” Nichols, 82, appeared in the original “Star Trek” TV series, which ran from 1966-1969, as well as the “Star Trek” movies. She also played the role of Nana Dawson in the ABC show “Heroes,” and voiced characters in the TV series “Futurama,” “Gargoyles” and “Spider-Man.”
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Agreed... Tovalds having a google+ poll for changing major version numbers is as arbitrary as not having windows 9.
Then go to Global, or CTV, or CBC or whomever has the requested show.
For the ridiculously lazy:
"Actually, prior to X-Men, we were regularly disappointed. Because everyone who tried to make a comic-based movie did a terrible job prior to that. There's almost not a single comic-based movie before this which treated the material well and didn't devolve into some corny parody,"
Um, I can recall several excellent Superman and Batman movies that predate X-men. I'd put the first TMNT movie in that list as well. Some other fairly good, and successfu and somewhat accurate to the material, comic book movies before X-Men: Rocketeer, Robocop, and The Crow.
Just make the car white... and put a fruit symbol on it. Millions of people will buy it despite the fact it has no practical application.
It's time to pay the piper!
RIP Steve. I'll wear a black turtle neck tomorrow for you.
If a plane were to crash on a deserted island I don't think a flight chart is going to make a difference.
and I'm sure there would be more paper weights than just the ipad... besides, at least you could play some angry birds
Here's the link.
It really is handy for off the beaten path travels.
As someone who manages Virtual Queuing equipment and other call center equipment, like PBX's and such, as an outsourcer, I've found that the primary use of Virtual queuing and customer call backs isn't for the benefit of customers at all. Most times this technology is deployed is when the company is providing regulated service. Often the regulators require calls to be answered in a certain amount of time (let's say 3 minutes), and if the Virtual Hold system answers the call immediately and places the call back when they customer would be next in line then company meets their mandate of answering calls within the 3 minute time frame.
This is great news for the company as they avoid paying penalties in an understaffed call center, as a call that would normally take 30-90 minutes to be answered appears to be answered almost immediately, despite the customer not reaching an agent for an extended period of time.
For what it's worth, the outsourcer certainly can be required to use 3rd party software as requested by the client. It all depends on what's written in the contract.