"Fall to public domain" makes it seem like some kind of failure. Wouldn't they really be "released to public domain", more like getting out of copyright prison?
If you are in an office setting, reams of paper make excellent monitor stands and are in plentiful supply.
That having been said. I'd also recommend a real keyboard and mouse with the laptop off to the side.
How about none of our e-waste leaves the country so we can reclaim as many of the rare earth elements as we can before handing things back to Asia.
L1 visas are worse. H1B is great compared to L1. When companies play the shell game they can get L1 workers over here on "internal company transfer" for a fraction of going local rates. (I'm looking at you AT&T)
I'm fine with this. I'm in a law class right now that has a printed text and a free PDF copy. I bought the printed text because I figured I'd like reading it better. I haven't even cracked the binding.
Too bad it's got a command line interface and the documentation only describes the theory behind flight, not how to actually fly the plane.
Does this great race come with a Natalie Wood ride-along and a pie fight in eastern Europe?
why they are going bankrupt.
Who wants to pay to put up with garbage like this?
If computers take over (which seems to be their natural tendency), it will serve us right. -- Alistair Cooke