It being United, I'm surprised they paid at all. They treated him WAY better than they do a paying customer who gets bumped from an overbooked flight.
According to GE's liberal-artist MBA CTO it's all going to the cloud: https://slashdot.org/story/15/...
Security won't be a problem, right?
I'm sure all the top recruits are just thrilled about the prospect of working for your company!
And they'll sell like crazy at the Best Buy Black Friday for only $5.99 (quantities limited).
You need to learn some pointers from your more politically savvy but less technically competent coworker. At the rate things are going, I can easily tell you who is going to come out ahead.
Most HR departments in businesses want to see an -arrest- record, not -convictions-.
Actually such a request is specifically illegal in many jurisdictions.
You are entirely missing the point here. Speed limits are not something that need to be set at the federal level.
It was a CAIR-sponsored stunt as part of the ongoing propaganda war against the West: http://universalfreepress.com/...
If their toilets can't even take down some toilet paper, how will they take down my footlong American-sized turd?
This is yet another example of what happens when we keep letting hipster developers ruin the internet by stripping out useful navigation and visibility features.
Not like anything will actually happen to them.
Well aren't you just a delicate little snowflake...
I guess he forgot about the old Microsoft motto: Embrace, Extend, Extinguish. It's still alive today, albeit a bit more subtle than it used to be.
The difference is that now they do these things "with an app", as if that always makes it completely novel.