Either embrace web based software and accept that or stick to traditional style desktop software.
I prefer not to embrace spy on me,,, errr web based software. Thank you very much.
What is this gas you speak of?
Everyone here uses plug-in hybrids. We get about 1000 eMPG. If you live in Texas (where I was born, btw), why aren't you using cheap wind energy like the rest of the West does? No gas, no guzzle.
Whatever. Since 2000, urban centers are the new suburban dream. Wake up and smell the 21st Century.
turn off the radio - there, problem solved
I'd rather stick my balls in a vise than live in most inner cities. I'd rather set myself on fire while sticking my balls in a vise than live in Seattle (or Portland, or San Francisco), how you people can stand the level of mental illness that pervades the cities, I'll never understand.
Whatever, grandpa. It's not the 1970s, you know.
We do studies which do measure self-reports of alcohol consumption over long duration periods (e.g. years).
In general, what most of these studies tend to say is:
A. Don't binge drink.
B. No, seriously, stop.
C. If female, there tend not to be positive effects of drinking more than one drink per day. No, don't add up all the alcohol from the week and drink it at one party.
D. If male, 2-3 drinks a day may have a positive effect. Some of that is because men tend to be bad at socializing. Some of the positive impact and lower stress is from the socializing. Drinking all this alcohol in one sitting by yourself in the dark is probably very bad for you. Get a drink or two with family or friends, especially at a meal. Drinking on an empty stomach tends to be bad for you.
E. Don't drive or operate machinery while drinking or shortly after that.
F. We told you to stop binge drinking. Seriously. Stop doing it. Especially in the basement and then passing out.
G. Stop writing code when you're drinking. No, it doesn't help.
My stats are for the Seattle region. Your mileage may vary. We have fairly quick regional express transit lines from some locations. Parking is like $10 to $20 a day.
For the first 700 of those years, there were no crusades. But there were the invasions of North Africa, Gaul (Spain), Byzantium and Sicily, not to mention Israel. All Islamic
Completely agreed. But from THEIR point of view, even when we were arming them, we were the enemy.
And it should be obvious by their social media activity who they are. Same thing applies for this fourth category.
Only fools move to the suburbs.
My walk to work is around 40 minutes, or I get there in 20 on transit. Or I can bike it in 15 minutes.
In the suburbs around Seattle it's 1.5 to 3 hours. Sometimes it's 4 hours.
Good thing it takes longer to work someone to death if you're paying them a little bit. Slavery is for suckers.
The thing is....NONE of these "gig" jobs are there for you to make a living on...that's not their purpose.
They are there to allow you to make some money on the SIDE, when you have free cycles.
Not every single job out there is one meant to make a career and living from, when did this thinking come about?
Perhaps from the fact that everybody needs a job to make a living on? And that people who have a job that they make a living on, have no free cycles?
I do the same when looking for a restaurant - find a negative review and they'll tell you everything good about the place that they don't understand.
This. I use this same strategy when evaluating any product. Read a few good reviews, sure, but I need to read a few of the top negative reviews to figure out if the product actually has weaknesses that matter to me, or if it's just been purchased by a few users with unrealistic expectations.
The good thing about negative reviews is they usually aren't placed there by the business or by a sock puppet/SEO, so the dishonest reviews are at least more transparent. If some jerk with a grudge posts a 1 star review, they'll often include a whole sob story about how this company was unfair to them because they didn't immediately replace the broken thing the user dropped on a concrete floor.
Come on, be sensitive. Some people spent their whole weekend making that movie.
Veni, Vidi, VISA: I came, I saw, I did a little shopping.