When I took the bar exam I had to use pen and paper, and we LIKED it that way!
Honestly though, I think there comes a point when if you want to test a person solely based on what they're able to keep in their head, you'll have to exclude most technology.
Do you REALLY think that the popup will reduce the convenience MORE than REMOVING THE FEATURE ENTIRELY?
So medium is now a small?
No, they've regressed to the mean.
And the kernel is also used by Android
I watched such a drama unfold before me. It turned out that those seated were in the wrong theatre.
You are not alone, my four-digit friend.
The summary leaves out several very important limits on this new law:
1. It does not apply to business that don't sell directly in interstate commerce. (This is narrower than the usual "affecting commerce" language Congress likes to use.) So your local lawn-care service for example may be exempt.
2. It only applies to businesses that use "form" contracts.
3. It only applies to those "form" contracts if the customer does not have a meaningful opportunity to negotiate.
If you show a nonprogrammer a screen which has a user interface which is 100% beautiful, they will think the program is almost done.
People who aren't programmers are just looking at the screen and seeing some pixels. And if the pixels look like they make up a program which does something, they think "oh, gosh, how much harder could it be to make it actually work?"
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