Nice FUD; the link works perfectly well and one can read the entire article without a subscription.
How can the summary (and presumably article too) say that you can't have both [innovation and prop up old business models], but then talks about a balance between the two? A balance would be somewhere in between, allowing for *both*...
Had exactly the same thing happen for me a few years back. 5 minutes of aftercall/wrapup work at the end of each call, but got through more calls than others by being better at my job. Was left with a higher percentage of aftercall (translated as non-productive) work at the end of the day than the idiots taking 3 times as long to complete calls.
I was working for a UK government department.
It's not that they *use* quantum entanglement per se; it's that the electron transport chain present in choloroplasts has evolved to be as efficient as it can, which happens to take advantage of quantum effects.
I believe Dust 512 due to come out next year will look to achieve just that
Personally, I would certainly be offended if someone said, "You will sell this product at a price we dictate, and only take 15%. You cannot charge more to make more money; you cannot try to maximize profits through selling more by offering it for less. And if 15% of an arbitrary price we set isn't enough for you to make profit -- or even enough for you to run your business, tough." And I'd fight it as best I could.
What the hell are you referring to? The publisher *is* allowed to set the price - and so clearly they *are* able to vary their profit per unit.
The news here is that milk is sold in metric litres. WTF?
Worst Slashfiction Ever
how does the moderation system manage to work without directors such as yourself spelling out your inane opinions?
If your analogy takes longer to explain, you shouldn't bother.
He didn't coin anything, ever.
Real Programmers don't write in FORTRAN. FORTRAN is for pipe stress freaks and crystallography weenies. FORTRAN is for wimp engineers who wear white socks.