Thank you, small mind.
Thank you, small mind.
There is a lot of strong evidence for this, mostly the fact there is NO genetic correlation as homosexuality is obviously an evolutionary dead end.
Municipalities impose all kinds of zoning ordinances on property owners. Neighborhoods zoned for residential use are cordoned off from business interests
So freelancers working from home can't live there, for example?
I'd like a Mac Pro with Nvidia GPUs in them. Everything I use runs on CUDA and my 2012 Mac Pro is showing its age.
It will leave from a terminal, not from where you are. It will arrive at a terminal, not your destination. It will go on a schedule, not when you're ready. It will be a lot more expensive than a bus ticket. It won't work in bad weather. There will be TSA (unless we come to our senses before 2026).
It's not an inherently bad idea, but who is it for? Who'll be willing to pay the fare? Who has a 2 hour commute?
Are they going to swap out the battery with a charged one for the return trip? And why are they saying it will be quiet? Are helicopters loud because of combustion, or because the blades disturb the air?
Actually, MS is pulling support for Skype from 85% of Windows phone users.
Are your investments undergoing literally exponential production and sales curves? Are you unaware that scaleup costs tremendous amounts of money?
Solyndra was a bet that silicon prices would remain high. It was a way to get more power out of less silicon. The bet was wrong. With the drop in price in silicon, their death was inevitable. They also had a weird design decision, going for the concentrator. It made sense (in the economics of the time) to go for either concentrators or CIGS, but not both.
That said, the government took way too much flak - politically motivated - over Solyndra. With any diverse profile of startup investments, you expect some to fail. Economists analyzing the ARRA post-facto have been by and large given it quite positive evaluations for its effects on the economy. The loans program office had already wiped out the Solyndra loss just two years later.
No language reduces code from, say, 40 lines to 4 lines, just like that.
Not even APL?
To not forecast the profit very accurately, is a sign that the business is not in control.
Of course, businesses are not in control. They're subject to what happens in the world around them, just like everybody else.
If I were a grave-digger or even a hangman, there are some people I could work for with a great deal of enjoyment. -- Douglas Jerrold