hand phone to 3 year old.
hand phone to 3 year old.
You can run through your comcast monthly bandwidth cap in 8.3 seconds.
Just negate each statement that Ballmer says, and you will start to value him as a source of information.
just for the record, it was arsenic-based DNA, not cyanide.
If you find a contemporary publication you like, seek out some back issues and set aside some time to read the interesting articles in depth. Very rewarding.
If management would reward clean code, they would get it.
Instead they reward doing many simple tasks quickly until they realize you are getting in the way of people doing real work, and then they promote you to management.
NO I'M NOT BITTER WHY DO YOU ASK?!?!
safety costs money, people don't purchase energy on the basis of safety, management and engineers have to make compromises to deliver product at a price that doesn't include a safety premium.
it puts the cheeseburger in its mouth
what I'd like is a comment system where the comments are shared across sites.
If a popular news item comes up, I might be interested in the editorial slant at theregister, but perhaps I first saw it on digg, and there's a tech angle at slashdot that's interesting too. It's the same *story* and I want different news outlets to do their own research, conclusions, and editorializing, but it would be cool if the comments were shared so that if someone posted a witty +5 remark on slashdot, people on digg would see it and could respond there, even if they don't have a slashdot account.
4) free military interventions in oil-rich but politically unfriendly nations.
the person running your company is a borderline-retarded monkey with a persperation problem.
pls fix ASAP!
wake me up when waterbear is implemented in waterbear.
since when is a MAC per-person either?
might be a NAT, might be a server, might be spoofed.
a 2 year old can use the iPad, as can non-techie grandparents. that's why apple is selling them by the millions.
nothing to do with platform loyalty or netbooks or supply chain or anything. it's a good product that appeals to millions of people.
notice it was specifically *pool* towels. i have to wonder if they were just counting towels removed from the pool area as losses. what i've often done is take a pool towel back to my room and leave it there for the maid to whisk away with the bath towels.
possibly they weren't actually losing that many pool towels from the premises overall, they were just being diverted to the wrong pile. if they need RFID to tell a pool towel from a bath towel, i would suggest color coding or size/weight differences instead.
Put your best foot forward. Or just call in and say you're sick.