KCMO is one huge fucking jurisdiction. Nothing like the Bay Area with a couple dozen cities and their own jurisdictions and contracts and holdout dilemmas. And I'd argue that if the purpose of a pilot is to learn something about the market, you need to go outside the Bay Area, so you can learn how to sell this in the marginal US cities. Of course the Bay Area has demand. But can you sell it in the other 98 percent of the US?
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Well, Struts 2 was a completely different thing. Why WebWork thought Struts was the right brand to associate with, we'll never know.
I don't even understand why he voted nay though -- There's no sales tax in oregon to be charged!
Advanced Persistent Threat. The idea is that your threat is a state agent deliberately after you, not just the economically cheapest target (ie the one with the weakest security).
Does Constructive Dismissal not apply in UI cases?
Technically, you could have your phone autocomplete / spellcheck your password if such a scheme were used.
That's a pretty big assumption. The advantage this thing has is that you can outfit the traffic lights to delay the green light while the runner crosses and prevent the problem without instrumenting every car on the road.
And ticket the jackass who might have killed someone.
My Linux smartphone connects with exchange perfectly fine. It pulls calendars, contacts and mail.
What more do you want?
Maybe I'm crazy but it sounds like you got a mandate to play with DD-WRT.
You can't make OSX get kerberos credentials?
Well, as you've clearly demonstrated, the proper past tense of bing is banged.
Off the top of my head, this seems very close to the techniques used for shotgun sequencing of genomic data. Lots of little strands you want to line up. Just in multiple dimensions.
I'm guessing their current ad campaign on smartphones blasting all their competitors and lauding themselves as being the last truly unlimited phone plan has something to do with it. Advertising unlimited one month and take it away the next seems to be one of those bait 'n' switch tactics that attract regulator's attention.
My undergraduate student loans are at 2.25 percent. But they dont hand out 127k worth of that. To get that kind of debt you have to become a dentist or doctor or lawyer. Aka, traditionally rich professionals. You pay that much because the certification is worth that much.
"The study suggests to me that people just aren't fluent in using their e-mail applications."
Did you actually read the study? Everyone was using the same email client, and had been doing so for quite a while, and the sample only included people who'd used all retrieval features at least once.
Of course, we don't know whether bluemail is better at one kind of use vs the other. Except for this study...