Just give me two tens
Just give me two tens
I've spent a lot of time in that hospital -- not in their care -- but as a recurrent visitor of friends and family.
Most of the physicians who work there are refugees from malpractice lawsuits.
Based on what we've experienced there, it would be a service to the community to turn the whole place into a nice park with swings and playgrounds.
In this one case, I wish the black hats the best of luck and suggest they raise the ransom.
Google has been tilting toward evil ever since Facebook passed it in views back in 2010 and at that moment everything we had done before became no good.
"You couldn't even beat Facebook"
It was great a place to work up until that day.
just what we developers needed, another compatibility problem
We used to sing that song for real till Nixon stopped the draft -- just in time for me -- only 5 weeks after I had to register
... That I have but one life to give for my country.
As for me, Edward Snowden is a man cut from the same cloth as Nathan Hale
Sitting on curb in tomorrow land using an iPad ssh session to server
It was just a bit of shell scripting but it had to be done immediately for client
that is soooo close -- almost spot on -- how did you guess?
actually, I wanted to rate it Funny and Coincidentally-I'm-Reading-Soul-Music-Riight-Now but I hit the the Overrated option instead -- the poster never deserved that so I had to post to undo it
(note to self; never drink gin+Campari+Cointreau+lemon while moderating)
ack -- posting to undo mod error
re: hearing -- to keep this from coming across as an ad or spam I encoded it just a little but I'm sure you'll get it; I just got my first one a couple of months ago for less than $250 from a site with same name as a big famous river in South America. If you go there (the site, not the river) search for Tweak Hearing Focus Model. Small design, smart electronics, works great and real people at the seller actually answer the phone if you have questions or need anything. Like all super heroes these do have one vulnerability -- water -- so if you get them keep them dry.
You might be able to surmise from my username that I could be about 3 years from retirement (as if I would -- I love what I'm doing)
I've always stayed current and learn something new every day. I have found it definitely does depend on the culture of the company you are dealing with but also on the nature of the work. For freelance work, just about everyone I deal with seems quite happy to depend on "the old guy" to get it done, especially if they would consider the project a grind. They know they will get a good result and I can tell it just feels like a safe bet to them.
It happens sometimes that after a few freelance projects a company will want to talk about hiring me full time. On the East/West coast is where I have encountered the "I'm young and smart so you must be old and dumb" attitude. I sure don't take it personally. And in the Midwest decades of experience still counts for plenty and they will wine & dine you to get you go full time.
Wasn't bitcoin supposed to be theft-proof by design?
There is some kind of chain of ownership built into each coin, right? So doesn't that mean a "stolen" coins can't really be spent then, because the chain of ownership is part of the coin and the thief will be exposed as soon as they try to use it.
Or something like that. I guess I just don't get it. If anyone can explain I'd appreciate it.
Android feels like it is steadily becoming the new Windows.
-- It's showing up everywhere.
-- The version issues hark back to the days of "DLL hell"
-- This drum beat of exploits has a familiar rhythm too.
-- As a multi-platform developer I find I'm always having to reboot my device, and the IDE just to get a clean test run.
Call me a fan boy but iOS is a much better world to work and play in
Posting to undo mod mistake
I know what you mean in the sense that
However for me there are two other considerations;
It may be news to me -- and possibly others -- as is the case with this article
More importantly I usually get more insights on the topic from the discussion it generates than from the article itself
Anyway, thanks for pointing out this is actually "olds" -- good to know!
The steady state of disks is full. -- Ken Thompson