How can one properly determine the difference between a novel, a novelette and a novella?
"If at first you don't succeed..."
But the fact that 7200 games failed to hit their goal doesn't mean anything by itself. Maybe they were horrible at "selling" their idea, or had unrealistic financial goals, or kickstarted too soon, etc.
Very strong companies with good market positions have reached that spot EXACTLY by screwing their workers until they went boom.
Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Dell, IBM, you name it.
Sometimes even the rich are skinny, because of poor food availability for decades.
One of the reasons Russia and Eastern Europe produce beautiful ladies like there's no tomorrow. In all fairness, they wouldn't have been considered "beautiful" 60 years ago, but tastes change.
gah, "dot" = "don't"
Unions dot work. They suck blood from both ends, that's what they do.
I don't think "exasperated" means what you think it means.
...and you could still walk and be alive after holding your breath for so many minutes?
PROOF THAT ALIENS ARE AMONG US!
...and survive the very high temperatures caused by air friction on the way up?
...or you could just go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers, Add a Printer, Network Printer and click next, follow instructions.
Thank you. Apparently the guy before has reading comprehension issues.
The general point is to make otherwise complex tasks as easy as possible for regular users. At least in my company, this has been a success.
Every new laptop comes with a fully automated installation method, where you only have to enter your corporate credentials and some data (e.g. desired machine name) and the setup package does everything else, including installation of drivers, printers, generic software, configuring your corporate e-mail, your corporate IM solution, shortcuts to most used web applications, support tools, etc.
Linux distributions sure as hell could do that also, but I think it's a matter of mentality, one of the factors being the idea of forcing users to learn themselves ("teach a man how to fish..."), but that doesn't really work.
+1 insightful because I already commented on this thread, but here's a freebie for you.
That's because "IT" there is incompetent.
Setting printers up where I work, under Windows, is a breeze. You go to a web page, click on your location in the world, drill down to your country, city, building, click on the printer you which to have, click install, watch it install, print away. Point'n'grunt.
After 10 years of using it? I guess it's a pretty lentghy time to get accustomed to it.