It was the giant aliens.
If work done by a teacher at home because property of the school, then that work would become work for the school Then, any injury at home tangentially related to the work would become a work related injury.
This is not legal advice until: I go to law school, graduate law school, become licensed in your jurisdiction, and confirm your retainer check had cleared.
Talk to a lawyer to determine where they can be sued. If you provided code to them, revoke the license to use/distribute that code and inform them of that. File a copyright on that code. Then sue them for piracy, breach of contract, fraud, promissory estoppel, unjust enrichment, etc. Once you get a judgement, seize assets, have the court find the corporation in contempt, lock up the officers. Have a blue police box wait for a few people who can help. Essentially, go to war.
It has killer performance.
It kills the other filesystems in the benchmarks.
Get a declaratory judgment. Once a Court rules it is yours, then Google will listen. How much would Google spend to fight when it has no dog in the fight.
Does it turn blue and look like a police call box?
1. Head to Vegas.
2. Count Cards.
Or at least that is what they tried to tell me when the battery went to crap after 10 months.
As a net 0, No. It can't work from solar. The amount of electrical storage would make it impracticable.
However, this is a good idea, not as a net 0, but for cost and sustainability. Having solar during the day would reduce cost and cut down the backup generator requirement. If there is a brown-out/black-out on the power grid, during the day, you have solar. At night you'd still need diesel.
Don't get an HP!
I had HPs and they are junk. Try calling them for support, the support people are idiots.
Buying on American Express doubles the warranty. I had computers fail, and Amex reimbursed me for the cost of the machines without much difficulty.
Add a flux capacitor to the station wagons.
What is your transmission speed when the transmission is completed in -1 hour?
Plug the sonic screwdriver into the sonic cannon and do real damage.
Build a spaceship and put in all the telephone sanitisers, hairdressers, advertising account executives, MPAA executives, RIAA executives, and politicians and send them into space.
The court found that the Defendants use of Godaddy's Domains by Proxy service for the domain names in the headers was sufficient to make the headers deceptive where there was no other identifier in the from lines to identify Trancos as the sender was illegal as a matter of law. In a past case, I successfully argued that these types of domain name anonymity service makes the provider of the service liable as the owner of the domain name.
This case also endorsed the ruling in Hypertouch v. Valueclick, which found that the California law is not preempted by the I-CAN-SPAM Act."
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I asked them if it did and if they wanted it, they said yes, so I provided it to them.
Just because your employer is without ethics, does not mean that you should compromise yours.