When they started doing it, probably.
When they started doing it, probably.
Could we finish off MS first?
My personal time is sold at market rates. For the simple reason that I could sell it at market rates at any time. IT security people are sought after and, let's be honest here, we can pretty much demand what we want and it's being paid.
The point is, why should my personal time be any cheaper than my "professional" time? It's not like I'm doing what I really enjoy doing when upgrading an OS, we're not talking about playing my favorite game.
The Tories should have enough qualified members to take care of the female pics. I'm certain they'll even do it pro boner, I mean pro bono.
And maybe Antarctica...
Probably hoping for some groping.
You think you could get rid of the useless sponges if you had guns? If you do, take a look at the US and ponder again.
You know a country that isn't?
If he's being shot down left and right by everyone from the "established" media as well as bloggers, and ridiculed on Twitter and Facebook, they'll at best become the next Cameron, who had an SI unit named after himself: 1 Cameron being the minimum distance between two blunders.
If you plan to propose a law concerning the internet and telecommunication:
1) Find out how the internet and telecommunication infrastructure works.
2) Ponder how to enforce the law.
3) Ponder who gets to set the required rules and regulations to enforce the law.
4) Propose it.
Jumping straight to 4, as you usually do, leads to ridicule and only accomplishes that you're showing off your ignorance to a more and more computer- and internet-savvy population. In other words: Don't do it if you value your career.
In some countries, people are allowed to change their address. This is called "moving" there. What about the people who can and do that?
No doubt about it, but look at it: Frankly, it looks like something you'd expect in some cheesy 60s scifi movie. People are used to appliances that are closed black boxes that just spew out what they're supposed to produce, they don't want to see the wiring under the board.
Yes, I do and yes, I agree, the Prusa is a great design and I love it every time I use it, but the topic here is the question why this didn't get mass appeal. And mass appeal is something gained and won by the way it looks. And this looks intimidating to the average Joe out there. It looks like something he won't get under control, and he's not going to shell out 740 bucks to find out whether he does.
And one of the key ones is that there are too many out there. With heatpads and without, with this or that plastic, and let's not get started on the various designs on how to get the filament on the ground. Many different designs, some looking rather ridiculous like something Dr. Strangelove would have invented. Yes, it still is a rather experimental thing, and it looks the part, too.
And people don't want that. Especially with something they're supposed to pay a thousand bucks for or even more. What people want is something that "just works". And "just works", it sure doesn't. It needs tweaking and a lot of try and error to get it right.
And in the end, what do you get out of it? You can print plastic parts. Provided you have the design files for them. Umm... yeah, that's
Hey, those wars worked great for them. Didn't it make them rich? So what's your problem? That these wars didn't eliminate drugs, poverty or terrorism? Who would want to eliminate that which gets me money?
But who is "the man"? And who is NOT "the man"?
That's the key question here. Just because someone is wrong doesn't mean that someone contradicting him is right.
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