To be fair, it is very difficult to exploit a potato.
Indeed, however, this is a dupe of this post: http://science.slashdot.org/story/12/12/13/2126234/drilling-begins-at-lake-hidden-beneath-antarctic
What a pain, typical. I have the privacy settings for the album wide open, I assume Facebook is screwing its users over again.
That's the same general location that I visited! It was perfect.
I was there, it was amazing. Took a few photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151237864341768.486780.661406767
I think the most scary thing from the poll you linked is that 8% of Muslims did not agree that: Muslims living in the U.S. do not sympathize with the al Qaeda terrorist organization.
This means that 1 in 12 Muslims interviewed could believe that Muslims living in the U.S. sympathize with an organisation who openly hates western society.
Because if at first you don't succeed, ask for even more pdfs O.O
Sounds like he's doing this for attention...
A link to the extension from the article:
Yeah this is really interesting. Especially because Apple are known for overpricing things. Does anyone else sort of get the feeling that they are losing money on the sales and making it back in app store? If they were doing that - it's a completely different to their usual strategy.
This is awesome news. Competition is good for us!
Unfortunately this seems pretty typical of this government. They like to make policies up on the spot and those policies don't have any thought put into them. We've had stimulus spending that - helped keep the economy going. They didn't actually plan what they were going to spend on though and they never put proper policies in place and we ended up spending way too much on stuff that didn't work.
I especially like the opt-out section:
51. This policy is subject to the process for administration of opt-outs from Whole-ofGovernment arrangements.
52. Initial opt-out considerations will be factored into the transition plan and are expected to
show how alignment to the policy will be achieved as part of the transition plan. Claims for
opting out will not be considered during the transition phase.
53. When seeking an opt-out, an agency will need to include a remediation plan to detail how it
will return to the WofG COE policy. Opt-outs are limited to a maximum of 3 years, after
which the original business case will be reassessed to ensure it is still valid.
54. While it is recognised that agencies may have a need to develop separate SOE images, it is
expected that these images will comply with the standards set out for the COE to ensure
that agencies can still share data and services in a seamless manner.
Whoa shite! Opting out is a massive process and has to be reviewed every 3 years.............
To spot the expert, pick the one who predicts the job will take the longest and cost the most.