You could get Crashplan or Backblaze and back it all up for between $4 and $5 a month.
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$wolf = Wolf->new()
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If you think the code needs to be refactored, come up with a plan and a proposal to do that.
It could be this individual is well respect for their ability to come up with ideas and realize through prototypes and not necessarily create long-term maintainable code.
"no bank or bitcoin-emitter can be as public-minded as a government"?? Hahaha.. is that a joke? The government is hardly "public-minded." The government is just self-interested as any other entity plus they have a monopoly on violent force..
They will just stop working or never become CEOs.. or start their own companies instead and get paid in equity.. it would be devastatingly stupid to cap CEO pay.
I think you're confusing street lights and traffic signals. Places in the snow belt have had issues with LED traffic signals getting blocked with snow, but I can't see the same thing happening with a downward facing street light.
Lord, I should hope not. If the snow's that high I think 'blocked street lights' is the least of your trouble!
I agree. The WiiU has been a disappointment, but we're only just *now* seeing the first set of 1st party stuff show up. I rolled my eyes at "refusal to license out core properties such as Super Mario to other gaming platforms (or even iOS and Android)", since that's exactly why they'll survive just fine. Want the new Pokemon? Have to buy a Nintendo system. And they will!
And the new Mario game is set to show up soon, looks fantastic and should support online co-op finally. I haven't bought a WiiU yet, but that one might tip my hand so I can play Mario with my brother.
If you haven't, you should read Isaiah Berlin's "Two Concepts of Liberty." He lays the case out for liberty from government interference extremely well.