Men can get breast cancer as well.
Men can get breast cancer as well.
How are you to prove to your employer/big brother that you don't have one?
Of course it's not "ethical",
Excuse me, why?
To which you responded:
when I was young, I had no understanding of 'local issues' and thought that buying global products would not matter.
then, I see the middle class disappear and we can't afford to buy the things we *design*, let alone build.
this matters. its news for nerds and it IS stuff that matters. outsourcing will but us in the ass and had already lowered quality of products and services worldwide.
You have not explained why it is unethical. The post you replied to asked for clarification as to why the parent thought it was unethical to help set up a call center in another country.
You assert that "outsourcing will but[sic] us in the ass and had already lowered quality of products and services worldwide." Can you offer some support for this premise? In a related note you seem to blame outsourcing or globalization for the "disappearing of the middle class", again I am disinclined to accept this premise without support.
Your discussion of price, dollar, and the thought patterns of "business people" is a complete non sequitur, as is your opening statements relative to assumptions about the parent posters age.
I believe you may have point for discusion, but as it stands it is poorly articulated and not well supported by anything other than your assertions.
Indeed. I meant to say
"1/3 has no exact decimal representation."
Of course meaning no exact representation as a decimal fraction
Clearly 1/3 itself is, also, an exact representation.
Sure, I have some troll biscuits in my pocket that I'd like to get rid of.
What is 1/3 as a decimal?
If it has a decimal representation at all, then it is
That is to say that it is a decimal point followed by an infinite
number of 3s.
So what is
Of course it's
No matter how far back you get, there's a 9 at the end.
1/3 * 3 = 1
I find the notion of repeating decimals kind of silly, and would just
prefer to say that 1/3 has no exact representation. As far as I can
tell from calculus class this doesn't change anything.
My question to you is how are you able to possess code subject to the GPL yet deny your employees access to the source code?
This is just a thought, and IANAL so I could be completely wrong here.
What if the organization, eg CorpInc, took software released under the GPL and made modifications to it. Then they installed the modified versions to their own computers. The modified version is clearly under the GPL, because it is a derivative work. However is CorpInc required to give it's employees that use those computers the source to the modified version? If they are, then by the terms of the GPL the employees can give the source, and binaries, to others.
While it may not matter where the doctor is physically located, I am sure it matters where the doctor is licensed. I doubt the Texas Board of Medicine, or any other state board, will license many doctors in a 'doctor center' in India.
Why should our government even have ethics documents that are confidential?
That information is contained in confidential ethics documents.
There must be at least a dozen ways to avoid/reduce piracy without violating user privacy and not using this DRM crap.
Could you suggest one or two then?
700 coffee incidents is what percent of McDonalds' total coffee sales?
Because the majority of crash-inducing bugs don't result in security vulnerabilities, there can be a fair amount of internal debate when they're discovered during development.
a repeatable tool that takes a look at a crash
Both of the above quotes indicate that the tool does not determine
when a program will crash. It only analysis the crash after a
tester/developer has found a bug that makes the program crash.
This is not the halting problem, but a more ambiguous problem of weather a specific crash inducing bug is a security risk, or just a bug.
It seems that more and more mathematicians are using a new, high level language named "research student".