If you've ever wondered why an organization like Greenpeace is so against nuclear power, this is why. They get big bucks from the oil companies.
You should probably see a doctor about that cough. You're coughing up HTML.
There should be laws created to impose massive fines for sites storing plaintext passwords.
Be careful what you wish for--if that does happen, you should probably expect a whole lot of ROT13 implementations...
Thomas Drake will plead guilty to exceeding authorized use of a computer, a misdemeanor, and the government will drop 10 felony counts that could have sent him to prison for the rest of his life, according to court documents. In return, prosecutors say they won't oppose a sentence that spares the 54-year-old Maryland man a prison term.
I'd find a
But seriously, the poll is about work life
Hahaha whoops. >_>
Yeah, I see the word "work" now. Not sure how I missed that.
But yeah, I guess NaN would be a more accurate response.
Have they found some type of middle ground of the IT landscape that makes them immune to bubbles and fluctuations in the market?
Well, they're certainly immune to bubbles and fluctuations in the consumer market--IBM mostly sells to corporations now. Microsoft is doing its darndest to target the "hip" consumer crowd (think Zune, Kin).
<Arang> fax, have you heard about the whole brain size-herd size primate theory?
<Arang> basically, the size of primates' brains corresponds directly to the size of their social group
<Fax> don't humans come out to be 50ish?
<Gral_Work> Oh, the monkeysphere?
<Arang> the tiny little gibbons and whatever have like two friends
<Arang> I thought it was 150
<Fax> it's been a while since I saw that article
<Fax> so i dunno
<Arang> wiki says 150
<Gral_Work> 150!??! Well, you people are almost taking up a 3rd of it. I'll have to make some reductions.
<Gral_Work> Arang! You are no longer people.
The best book on programming for the layman is "Alice in Wonderland"; but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman.