Save money by firing all the "drivers" since they absolutely aren't necessary (the trains are automated; the only reason they keep the driver around is to push the "start" button as a concession to unions). Then reinvest that money in actual maintenance costs.
No it is not the same thing.
If you are banned by a moderator, you are banned from that specific subreddit.
If you are banned by a Reddit employee, you lose access to your entire account.
Reddit isn't banning anyone. The moderators of that particular subreddit are and they are not Reddit employees. Someone doesn't seem to understand how Reddit works.
I'm not surprised. The fact that the vast majority of the winners were Asians and Whites doesn't fit the SJW agenda so the program had to be cancelled. Intel is more interested in hiring based on skin color rather than merit. Funny how Asians never seem to count as a minority as far as SJWs are concerned despite making up an even lesser amount of the US population than most other minorities.
The US invented the internet. We set the rules, not you.
This is precisely why the UN should never be able to get anywhere near the internet. For all the faults of the US, it has the strongest free speech protections of any country in the world by leaps and bounds. In Europe, free speech doesn't exist because it is illegal to hurt someone's feelings.
It doesn't require you to jam the pen in. It requires no force at all to mess it up.
This is a perfect example of over-engineering; designing something for flash rather than functionality. It reminds me of the Tesla and people getting locked out of their cars because someone thought it would be a good idea to have retracting door handles (complete with all the moving parts that can break down).
What is wrong with a simple slot for the pen? Why do you need an ejection mechanism? All that does is add unnecessary parts and over complicate the design.
And rules can be made to go away when you have enough money to hire lawyers and accountants that know all the loopholes and people to bribe.
The sole advantage of Firefox over Chrome these days is the fact that it's add-on SDK allows addons to modify just about any part of the browser. Chrome extensions are extremely limited in what they do. How will things like FileZilla work with this new API?
I'm convinced that either the Mozilla Foundation is run by complete mental midgets or plants by Google who are determined to sabotage the browser until the whole foundation shuts down.
Ever since Dice bought it. This is just another shilling piece.
In Excel, I use ODBC to connect to our ERP system and collate thousands of sales records to produce KPIs and other metrics in real time. LibreOffice does not have anything even close to that functionality.
What is the LibreOffice equivalent to PowerPivot?
Just because you don't use anything but the most basic of features in Office doesn't mean that LibreOffice is equivalent.
Funny you should mention Windows 10. I can't get hibernate to work for the life of me (just shuts down when trying to resume).
ACPI is a shitty standard that is hard to implement. Has nothing to do with Linux.
And since the average person can't afford a lawyer to file the necessary paperwork to motion for Rule 11 Sanctions, it is moot.
What we have is not a justice system, it is a legal system in which rules and technicalities matter more than right or wrong.
Maybe Computer Science should be in the College of Theology. -- R. S. Barton