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The Author of Bipolar Advantage. I've seen him talk 2X and he's one of the few that really is onto something useful.
Tom's bipolar himself and has learned to manage it and continue as an author. He's invented a whole new approach to this stuff. I had to attend 2 of his free lectures, to really "get it". He's not selling a seminar, but truly trying to change the delivery of care.
Basically, the current mental healthcare system to strive for the unrealistic goal that they admit doesn't work! Just medicate people into some kind of "even keel" state and hope they're going to stay that way.
If you can watch a few minutes of this presentation . or read a bit of his books, I never finished one, but got a lot out of a l ittle exposure to this guy. (I've been diagnosed bipolar, btw)
Here's a recent talk by Tom Wooten, a youtube link shortened
here's his website
It was costing Google money to send every text.
Google aren't a charity.
Sounds logical, but I think it leaves out an important piece of the equation. Namely Google does generate a decent income from their Adwords service. This creates advertisements which will appear on relevant Google search results pages and their network of partner sites.
Therefore, SMS search, one could argue, ALSO makes money for our friendly search engine giant from Mountain View.....right?
Also, his San Francisco area code and craigslist posting, while the ebay listing defines the actual item as located in New Jersey.
you're right, the whole idea of labeling programs as "apps" has confused me once again.
it's a bullsh*t transitional phase we're in right now.
Unquestionably the best option! I did the same thing. after a 5year stint w/ a major telco. The $20 sounds about right for a HD which has aged 3-5yrs. Any "loss" the company initally seems to suffer is more than offset by savings in manpower when a new drive is loaded. ie;
The IT-dept and the next person will be better-off setting up the workstation from a fresh install.
I think there's a significant difference between apps and programs.
An app, you don't have to install -- or even find the folder where you've downloaded it. And you don't need a manual or much configuration to start using it immediately.
For the majority of people, this difference is huge.
Arguably, contributing to the success and massive growth of mobile app store/market place in the past few years.
The earth is like a tiny grain of sand, only much, much heavier.