yeah he realized he is in the WHITE house
how antiquated... you need to upgrade to the transparent aluminum PCs.
hmmm... maybe we could just limit the driving to a few... maybe require them to register and hold an ID and maintain the validation of the ID...
all kidding aside, no one likes people that drive beige mini vans, i empathize with the cops on this one.
1. he is poor
2. probably non white
thus a criminal if not terrorist. Its not like he owned a gun or anything than it would be perfectly fine.
cloud back up system...
control of information is necessitated by our want of privacy... if we don't care about privacy, there is no need for control. freely available total information awareness, thus, as a goal would actually set us on the path away from "total monetisation".
it updates your location to their servers right away... its not suppose to do anything else, you have now been tagged as one of the people to be interrogated later by 3 letter agency of your choice because you clearly were trying to hack something.... i think that's how it goes
he got rich by tech...?!! and if you get rich by tech... every dump you take can be on
well.... he should watch out for patent infringement claims from Little House on the Prairie.
the question really isn't about "an egotistical billionaire" but rather about the education method.
" highly focused, very expensive private education can be effective" if this is proven true, then the other part of your statement, "that this doesn't tell you anything about educating the rest of them" is necessarily proven false.
you forgot to add the recurring charges
It's important to remember that the minimum wage hike comes at a significant direct cost to business — well over a $1 billion a year, according to the mayor's analysis — and it would be foolish to pretend that it won't lead to some job losses and business closures. Critics say the increase will turn the city into a “wage island,” pushing businesses away into nearby places where they can pay employees less. “They are asking businesses to foot the bill on a social experiment that they would never do on their own employees,” says Stuart Waldman, president of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association, a trade group that represents companies and other organizations in Southern California. “A lot of businesses aren’t going to make it. It’s great that this is an increase for some employees, but the sad truth is that a lot of employees are going to lose their jobs.”
you logic seems interesting to me...
people are willing to pay more for something subsidized!!?? wouldn't the device by being subsidized be less and not more?
i think you need to reread the shilling material again.
o wait... you are serious!