Although I have been accumulating a list of such devices and other background material, I'm sure there are many "must-haves" I am unaware of. What anachronistic computational devices would be well-suited for such a course?
Who thinks it's okay to sit on their phone?
I do. Of course I set it to vibrate first, then tell those around me that I can't find it and ask them to call my phone.
Similarly people will get into a car operated by a driver without sufficient insurance or any guarantee that the vehicle is operating correctly and safe, and if its cheaper they won't care either... at least... until there is an accident.
Which is how the regulations came into effect in the first place -- the public was tired of getting into cabs that weren't insured or maintained properly.
The public seems to have a very short memory.
If people tire of getting into uber/lyft cars that aren't insured or maintained properly, they can then...wait for it...take a taxi.
Wow, you Republicans are getting more brazen...The legal system would become instead of 80% biased for the Republicans...
Blaming "loser pay" advocacy on political affiliation shows you haven't done your homework.
A bill has been sent to the governors office and he is expected to sigh.
Because of a missed opportunity?
[N95 facemasks] are certified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Whose national institute? Ah, I see. I wonder what China's equivalent institute certifies, or if they even have an equivalent institute.
Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?