It's the shitty content. I got rid of cable because I don't actually watch TV any more. Call me a Luddite but I actually read books more then ever. I guess they better start investing in firemen and flame-throwers.
If only I could ever get my supervisors to see the big picture it would have been a miracle. All that concerned them was "is there a body in that position" and "how do i game the system so i can get my bonus this year".
I don't care if someone acts like a "cunt" or is "argumentative" if they make valid points and can get me to stop being a stubborn idiot who's going to screw shit up. I'd rather that the job got done right, despite my own fail-able self. Fight me when I'm wrong or I don't want you on my team.
If only I had the points to spend! Cheers!
Yeah but are you willing to pay for that level of commitment?
I think the summary nails it. Employers are mostly looking to exploit their "human resources" anyway they can to make a buck. That includes grinding your passion to a pulp why they reward themselves to the fruits of that hard labor. Everyone should stop pussyfooting around and just learn to not feel bad about calling spade spades.
Thank you. As a creator myself, I often find this argument ridiculous and obviously from the mouth of someone who is NOT a creator. They don't understand that I create for the joy of creating, not the possibility of monetary reward,
"Is this just some hipster fad? Finding a use for old Apple boxes? Or do they offer something that linux/windows hosting doesn't?"
Integration with Mac OS X clients. Using AFP is seamless (mostly) for web designers who are working on Macs. o.O
...are soon parted.
I had no problem passing my CS requirements as a Distance Learning student. The toughest courses were intro to CS I & II and if the guy taught himself it should be a cakewalk. After you get the fundamentals down the rest of the curriculum is quite enjoyable.
Why does it need to do anything related to "work" for it to be "useful"?
I'm pretty sure I can find something interesting to do with the extra years.
Just to clarify, the constitution doesn't grant us those rights, they are inalienable, and thus dictates that the governement has no power over them.
He is refering to the side who is altering existing copyright LAW in their favor. (i.e. the copyright holders)