or you let things be remembered forever and applied to your "reputation".
Petty bureaucrats of old called it "your permanent record."
We have tar, feathers, pitchforks and torches, getting the picture?
A lot of people don't understand that the less they give as customers, the less they'll receive as employees.
Because the CxO or shareholders always trickle down those profits to the little peoples, instead of buying another $50 million yacht.
Don't I have the right to be courteous enough to let others use my equipment anymore?
The advice of your douchebag^H lawyer would be, no.
The advertisers win by not needing the extra bandwidth necessary to serve up ads to people that wouldn't click on them anyways.
There is no one that doesn't need their ads, they just don't know it. Its religious nutball logic at its best. Your own ads are always yummy delicious double good. Reality is ignored so that the (greedy prick) doesn't see his real image in the mirror. Every decision makers worst downfall is believing their own press releases. Advertisers have downed their own koolaid and the brain damage is usually permanent.
I'm just tired of Redmond fucking up the desktop. The tweens can have Windows 8 and beyond, I think the grownups need to look elsewhere. We're not the demographic Microsoft is looking for.
I've found hackers trying ports 5802 and when I tracert them I get a weird 2900ms delay leaving the last US hop at San Diego headed to the Orient.
With electronic records, almost all of the hospitals are linked here, and a simple search turns up everything.
After being in the same local hospital system for twenty years I can say, not really. A doctor might keep everything but the hospitals do not. They remember your insurance data and where to bill/reach you, and even a ten year old defunct phone number. But some tests from 5 or 6 six ago not so much, its about tracking the money.
They can pull most of the data from my glucose meter already, no wait they all speak different electronic dialects. Glucose meter mfgs have tried similar approaches, but they charge for the software/service and data cables are proprietary. I can't afford diabetes meds like insulin already, supporting more medicine for profit is not on my to do list.
Best healthcare in the world my ass. You want the data? Pay Me
how can Microsoft mess up so bad..!
Often when Microsoft support sites fail to address my problem with a useful suggestion, I leave a comment about their proficiency. "Try herding goats, programming is not your thing."
"Be there. Aloha." -- Steve McGarret, _Hawaii Five-Oh_