Picture in Picture mode isn't quite exactly what you're thinking, I don't think. I believe it allows *developers* to do this easier, or something? link with a bit more information
when you needed to make a critical call
Wait, what? You use your phone to do what? What's a "call?" Is it free in the app store?
I don't consider myself old (early 30s). I sometimes say "no problem" or "no worries" in response to a thank you
As opposed to responding to thankfulness for something "nice" or "kind," which would get something along the lines of the traditional "you're welcome."
Using the restaurant example, I wouldn't expect "no problem" to a "thank you" unless they were like, cleaning up something I spilled or something. If I said thank you for them bringing my food to the table and they said "no worries," that'd be a bit weird.
So yeah, I view it as being some what more communicative. It's not just "you're welcome," it's "no problem, don't worry about it/feel bad, it wasn't a big deal." Which doesn't make sense in all contexts, but I think it does in some.
If society want its fathers to be invested in the life of their kid so they don't bail out, it makes sense in investing in that relationship.
You said that better than I did, by far, and I totally agree.
I guess I might be in a slightly different position in that I actually work from home anyways. Sometimes I forget that most people are gone from 7am to 6pm or whatever.
"I was just joking!"
That sounds kinda childish to offer "it was just a prank" as an excuse.
Workers with families may actually be beneficial to companies. Why? Speaking as a parent in a single-income household, I would think they are less prone to job-hunting/switching frequently. It'd be interesting to see statistics on employee turnover rate for single vs. married vs. married-with-kids (or vs. single-with-kids, whatever). My income is very important to me, because I have three other people to provide for (plus associated "life" activities). It's stressful to not have a job; it's more stressful when you have a spouse and kids to provide for and, well, not starve, get into debt, lose your house, that sort of thing.
Also, that said, 20 weeks for a mother is *not* that much. Even the official pediatric recommendation is to breastfeed, exclusively, if you can, for at least 6 months. It's really, really, really hard to exclusively breastfeed while working if you have any milk supply issues at all... because pumping just doesn't work the same. Sure, maybe companies should take that into account when working out pay, or maybe some of that should be without pay, or whatever, but unless we want to say to women that having kids is unimportant, or that making them healthy is unimportant, then time off for those critical months in a baby's development is a big deal to me. As a father.
I can think of two use cases that would be useful to me, if I had a smartwatch, which I don't.
... slashdot doesn't support "ordered lists" ?
or President Obama.
Except, couldn't Obama veto it?
The problem is
It gets confusing, because the real "homeopathy" with the whole "the less there is, the more powerful" thing is weird. But when "homeopathic" remedies include actual active ingredients that DO do things... that lends credibility to "homeopathy" if someone doesn't actually know any better.
It would be like marketing a "homeopathic" remedy for certain GI issues that "also includes" peppermint oil. Peppermint has an effect. The single molecule (if that) of Random Substance A? not so much. But look, a "homeopathy" worked!
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