I know when not to say it. And my dashcam would show I wasn't at fault...
Thanks for the response. Putting "Poll: " in front would be nice.
It also looks like traffic to the polls has dropped, which makes sense as they will fall of the front page in under 24 hours. Shoot get someone to sponsor the polls (I don't kid actually).
And yes, the community really wants no change. I can understand the urge to "improve" it, but I believe a lot of people find it a nice refuge from the "in your face" Web 2.0/3.0/"whatever internet version we are on" sites. I do.
Actually, apologizing makes sense in this case. It's not about being at fault (they are not), but common courtesy.
Early in our marriage, my wife taught me to say "I'm sorry" when those around me were hurt or bothered, to be a nice person. Prior to that I only said it if I was at fault.
So if someone spills soda on their shirt, then "I'm sorry". Same for Google, it is the decent thing to do.
Regarding photo identification, Google should have images of the Confederate flag show up in the category "Racist"...
The company was criticized on social networks after a New York software developer questioned the efficacy of Google's algorithm. Accused of racism, Google said that it was "appalled" by what had happened, branding it as "100% not OK".
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All of your examples involved people actually fighting other people, in person.
Drones aren't people.
I mostly agree, but the "stories" should have an icon or A "Poll:" in the subject line.
I totally agree with regards to the options.
A one pound SLR on a 6 foot pole would require a strong wrist and a sturdy pole.
That's what she said...
1,700+ have answered the poll, along with having to enter the "booth" and having it in the main story area.
DO NOT ANSWER MAIN LINE POLLS!
Seriously, imagine a poll with no answers. 1,700 is very low for a Slashdot poll, but that could be due to topical reasons.
Want to stop polls in the main story feed? Do not vote and do not comment.
This is my last poll comment, other than restating this....
I lot of people pay more than $240-$300+ for the NFL from DirectTV:
Seems insane at first, but cheaper than going to a couple of games.
I say move the lights to the sides of the screen and use a backlit keyboard. This allows for a document to be lit next to the laptop (this would be nice for gaming in the dark when taking notes).
And put a light on both sides rather than pandering to right-handed people...
These sort of deals, especially for companies like Yahoo and Oracle, do reek of a end of sorts in the near to mid-term future (2-5 years for Yahoo, quite a bit more for Oracle due to entrenchment).
What sort of end? I don't know.
I'd like to see innovation rather than degeneration.
It sucks that Oracle owns Java and is really in one market (not Java).
Yahoo is just trying to stay relevant. I do still use them for email, have been since around 1997.
The article already states that flight restrictions are in effect around a wild fire. So the regulations to prevent this is already in place.
Sounds like an awareness and education issue, the regulations for this example are already appropriate.
Firstly so I can know, secondly so I can decide whether to skip it (this one was interesting and has a couple of good comments).
Or move them to the sidebar as it should be...
I wish I had mod points, for this is insightful.