His disclaimer says he isn't an expert but then goes on to imply that experts can't be any better since they're not doing what he is.
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maybe not incorporated, but he is collecting money for his "services". This guy is going beyond saying "this worked for me!" and is pushing it on other people, treating his own anecdotal experience as a one size fits all cure for anyone with diabetes.
They wouldn't have to visit the site, just infect the USB drive of someone visiting the site. It'd be a lot easier to target someone who would have reason to visit the site, including foreign contractors.
He's talking about OpenGL being good at cross-platform support, not Direct3D. Because Direct3D doesn't have cross platform considerations, that's allowed Microsoft to make more significant changes and pull ahead of OpenGL without worrying about breaking compatibility with other vendors' implementations.
In the product description on the brewer's site they claim the animal pelts were obtained from roadkill.
er, air bag
imagine car manufacturers making identical (not just closely resembling) exteriors. The idea is to be able to recognize something not just by the label or logo (trademark), but by the shape and appearance of the thing itself.
Because in far too many cases these are profits that exist overseas purely on paper.
income - expenses = profits
paying staff is an expense. True, you get more profit if you reduce your expenses, but unless you're overstaffed cutting staff will limit your ability to bring in income.