My point is that making it to Mars implies "ability to make it to the moon." Writing "the Moon and Mars" is like saying that my truck can pull "a string of beer cans and my 26-foot boat".
>> The earth doesn't have borders, only men do.
Dude, put down the clip and go upstairs. What's a river? What's an ocean? What's a mountain range?
>> to enable human flight to the vicinities of the Moon and Mars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orion_%28spacecraft%29)
I hope someone realizes that there's an order of magnitude in there somewhere.
>> why the CVUSD is considering becoming its own ISP
Because they are in Palm Springs and money falls like leaves there?
>> Metrics are hard to come by after only a single school year
Don't they already have standardized tests? (http://www.gamutonline.net/district/coachellavalley/displayPolicy/244798/6)
Now, if only there was a convenient place to store my wiffle ball bat too. At least they already have a "mean look" mirror (http://blogs.cars.com/.a/6a00d83451b3c669e2017d41511f46970c-800wi).
Just a rule of thumb I've seen in the lower end of the tech market to stay profitable. At $100B revenue (per year), that's 200K employees. At 110K employees, they're around 900K per employee, which is great.
>> Care to put a dollar amount out there?
Sure. $100 says that Putin comes out of this thing looking like a world-class statesman to his allies - much like he did walking out from the Syria standoff (where the US also backed down).
For example, I already read a story this morning that Putin has "offered a cease fire" (ah, truly a man of peace!):
Russia: guns, oil, money and thousands of practicing hackers
US: very, very peezed bloggers and president "with a pen and a phone"
Unfortunately, my money here is on Putin...again.
My company's VPN was incompatible with Android and I didn't want to spend much on a piece of gear for work, so I picked up the Lenovo Miix 2 for about $200 this year. Paired with a bluetooth keyboard, it's been an awesome companion - I gave up my bulky company laptop months ago and haven't looked back. (My primary workstation is the typical multi-monitor dev monster; I just remote in to that from the Miix.)
If you can't figure out your web site's font issue, how do you expect us to believe you can code a full-blown word processor?
(This: "For everyone experiencing weird font issues on our website please know we are investigating the issue since several weeks")
>> issue on board
Like a missile poking up through the floorboards and then exploding?
It looks like Ivan just violated the human rights of about 300 people by blowing up their airliner.
Pronounced "Mur Ick Ah"
>> Haz (tap that magma)... thermal electricity generator...?
Yes, this guy: http://is.gd/8w8Rjo