Grammar. Just saying.
Grammar. Just saying.
You misspelled "grammar" there the second time you used it.
Not true, menial labor serves to convince people they don't want to do menial labor and strive for something better. It's up to the individual to find their motivation. Would tablet permissions as a reward work for good behavior? Sure, I don't however think every inmate should get one at the cost to taxpayers.
I've worked for just as many big companies as small mom and pop shops. Maybe it's just a north east / mid-atlantic thing, but this has never been an issue here. I'm sure there is anecdotal evidence to the contrary.
Isn't this what free apps like HiYa and TrueCaller do? Why spend money on something that is already solved?
I've been in IT for nearly 25 years and I've always worked shoulder to shoulder with women and men alike. Uber has an HR and a culture issue. This isn't a widespread tech industry issue.
Agree with a lot of the comments here, I skip flying most of the time. Drove 21 hours each way last vacation to avoid it. As consumers we simply need to demand to know seat configuration before we pay for a flight. I'm a big guy - 6'3" and around 350 lbs. I flew for work a couple of years ago, so coach and they had me in a middle seat. Can't image how unhappy those guys on either side of me were, but it's not my plane so not really my problem.
If I want to eat meat, something has to die for me to do so. I accept that. If I want to not kill an animal I can opt for meat-free options, something I do from time to time. Growing some kind of replacement in a lab strikes me as disgusting.
Microsoft needs to focus on what's next, not what was. Ending support for legacy systems is important to prevent another Windows XP fiasco where the OS lives on for a decade and a half. It's not the 90s anymore, there are actual reasons why we need to continue to move forward.
Sprint is rubbish in my opinion, which makes them a perfect fit for Comcast. I'll do business with neither, although I welcome either changing my mind by proving they can deliver a good quality, competitive service.
Fixing could mean removing as I pointed out above. The predecessor to the Interstate system was the US Highway system which didn't have the drawbacks of Interstates and quite honestly aren't necessarily slower than an Interstate.
Excellent point. Interstates destroyed many communities due to their limited access nature. In recent years some roads formerly designated as Interstates have actually been torn down in some areas bringing back traffic (the good kind) to some communities that deperately need it.
Linux is a kernel, not an OS although we think of it that way. This has been RMS's point for quite some time. The kernel is Linux, most of the rest of a "Linux system" is GNU.
Fire them, union goes away and the company is no longer held hostage, hire new people (or even the same people in some cases).
Maybe you should go and get a job instead of sitting around whining on Slashdot in that case.
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