How do you know they were leftists?
The official report says there were like a thousand people there, and 120-150 people showed up and started shit - and since the cops didn't arrest anyone we don't know who they were and what their political affiliation were.
As a republican - I miss Obama.
I did actually watch the video - Trump supporters are the brownshirts.
On one hand - that's illegal, but on the other hand - the government rarely enforces labor laws.
I do suspect hiring 20,000+ employees would cost more than simply agreeing on a contract.
I do wonder if this is the full story though - it's a lot of work to organize a company or department - and get people to vote and usually the instigator is really bad management.
I work in a union shop (in IT no less) - you can still be fired for being irresponsible - they just need documentation of this. I've seen people fired before for things like downsizing, showing up late constantly, showing up drunk, poor performance. At-will - your terrible boss (or your boss's boss) can fire you for whatever reason they want to - even a bad reason.
To turn this around btw - what is wrong with employees working with management on an employment contract? Its sad that it has to be codified in law to come together like that.
Nor should he be - he's not Steve Jobs.
I mean don't get me wrong - Steve had a lot of great ideas, but a lot of terrible ones that have left his company way behind in some respects - like Steve's aversion to touch screens on laptops/desktops.
I'd like to have a VR setup, but to be honest it's still way too expensive for something I'd only play specific "games" with.
Get used to Internet Explorer
Because we have zero safety nets for these people (but then we had zero safety nets for the last big change too and that didn't stop anyone).
Then they think they are changing the world and you and your users get to move on.
It really doesn't cost any more or less to allow a phone to do its thing on your network. The roaming charges that companies charge around the world is akin to extortion.
Ok whatever - but Surface Pro 4 is still light years better than anything Apple provides out of the box.
My brother makes motion graphics for various tv/web advertising firms - he said one trend that Apple totally dropped the ball on was using devices like the Surface Pro to paint and draw with using Adobe Photoshop (which Adobe worked with Microsoft directly on).
He told me there were people in his circle who decided that the capability was worth the price of the entire device.
So yes the high end exists, and yes it still depends on the killer app
One of the reason's you won't see this sort of thing happening on iOS/iPad anytime soon is they still really don't have the computational power or - more specifically the memory requirements to manipulate or work with large print images, video and animations - something that big desktops and laptops are still king at.
Nothing in progression can rest on its original plan. We may as well think of rocking a grown man in the cradle of an infant. -- Edmund Burke