My default response was "0 fucks given", but my cynical side says this is about marketing.
and warranties and gaining in roads for future sales.
Their process to get a locked ipad unlocked is egregious and takes *WEEKS*. I'm glad my particular school doesn't have any for kids (it does for a few administrators) as it's hell to support them.
You make it sound like you enjoy having your basic survival needs used to enslave you. I can't relate.
Need.... That's the problem. People don't know what that word means anymore.
Except they still want standardized, punctual, obedient, docile workers that will take substandard wages and living conditions while thanking their overlords that they're not homeless.
It's even easier when you flood the market (see Google/FaceCrook manufactured tech worker shortage for details).
The app, called PhotoMath operates in the most intuitive and easy to use manner: You just need to use your smartphone’s camera. After running the app, you aim the camera at the equation or exercise, and within seconds, without even pressing one button, the solution will appear on the screen. Just like that. To reach this level of simplicity, the application uses an advanced and fast OCR algorithm that identifies the characters and digits in front of you instantaneously. But the application does not stop there. If you want, with one click you can see all the steps taken to get to your final answer. The solution can be broken down into the step-by-step actions, and the user can simply browse back and forth between the different steps. The app currently supports arithmetic functions like addition, subtraction, division and multiplication; fractions and decimals; roots and powers; and simple linear equations with one or two unknown variables. Application developers are promising that additional, more complicated functions will be introduced in the near future to solve calculus and combinatorics equations."
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Someone who does not having a fictional outlet. Let them jerk off to cartoons and leave the real kids alone. Dumb fuck.
Great series, ended because Steven Colbert got his own show (he's Ken Seben - Harvey's boss)
There are some on the wikipedia page but I suspect some of them are outdated given what's said in the article. I was interested in reading about their VM setup and how they communicate with each other and what platform they're using, etc, but I can't find any details anywhere. I went through their blog, their forums, the affiliated articles, etc. Does anyone know where one might find more details of their infrastructure?
If you watched the documentary (TPB: AFK) you'd know why. Most of them are pro-freedom. Their network engineer does it "for the challenge".
It panders to its dues paying members. It's worse in some areas than others but I've had absolutely no resolution from some places where the BBB just auto-deleted the complaint after awhile, automatically siding with the business.
The BBB has no gov't oversight and is not accountable to anyone, but it poses like it is to give a false sense of control to consumers.
The UK seems to be winning the race to the bottom for the dystopian nightmare where our gov't use all our technology against us... For our own good, not total power of course.
Wish I had mod points for you.
We just switched from Groupwise to Outlook/Exchange. Completely agree. We lost a bunch of functionality and gained a bunch of shitty buggy problems.
Yea it does, dealing with this right now at work where all staff went from Office 2K3 to 2K7 to 2K13 in the last 2 years. They all hate the changes but a handful of managers that are in a building elsewhere make these decisions without asking for the opinions of the people who actually use them. Hooray for bureaucracy.