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Submission + - Fork in the career road?

shawn443 writes: I had a TI-99 4a, I bought a Tandy with my paper route money. I have always loved computers. Now I am 34 years old and still love computers. In 1997 I was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps. Thanks to the GI Bill, I graduated university in 2002 with a political science degree. For a variety of circumstances, I have not had much luck getting paid with computers. I have an opportunity to further my education. If it were you and you wanted to get paid; would you study more IT, get a business degree, be an underwater welder, be dental tech, etc.?

Comment Re:IT policy? (Score 1) 904

And this I think is the answer to the "Ask Slashdot". As has already been pointed out, you can't really expect Linux to be like Windows. They are two different philosophies. In a properly maintained system you can destroy your /home but not mine. Security and policy enough for me.

Comment Re:China and India (Score 1) 902

Nice point about making birth a consumer's choice. However, it doesn't matter as long as 1. the baby is loved and 2. its not like Pet Cemetery. Otherwise yeah, a commercial during the super bowl about this shit will make me puke.

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