abso-friggin-lute-- NO CARRIER
abso-friggin-lute-- NO CARRIER
And I say this as someone who's worked on personal projects on company time (both with and without their knowing).
Ultimately that right resides with my employers who are paying me.
More realistically it depends on if my boss is a jerk and/or if I've been working up to THEIR standards (and that's the key)
It's no different than my surfing on the web while waiting for a compile to finish and posting on slashdot (looks over shoulder) or working on some personal app (I can claim I'm enriching my skill set by doing both).
I once worked at a company where a guy ran a PRIVATE BUSINESS from his cube (and would take calls for work/contracts during office hours...successfully too). He got sacked even though he put in good work because of it.
Most people have pet a dog.
Almost NOBODY has felt the agony of having their body destroyed in a crash.
And those that have - DO remember it - It's called PTSD.
I drink Diet Double Dew - it's got half the calories of regular Double Dew!
Microsoft... bought a company... to program a ToDo list...
Microsoft spent upwards of 100 million dollars... to get a ToDo list app...
Microsoft has this product called Outlook that, at one time, had a ToDo list built in...
Microsoft built Outlook to compete with Lotus Notes which had... a ToDo list built in...
Microsoft already HAS ToDo list functionality in their OneNote product - designed for the Windows 10 ecosystem and is already cloud based.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is why MBAs SUCK! "I need a ToDo list app to fulfill market segment XJ27- go buy this popular one and integrate it with Windows 10", "But sir we have a ToDo list app built into our OneNote product"
"Don't be a fool - that's for taking notes, not a ToDo list app. Apps are appy apps."
"But you told us to get rid of the ToDo list in Outlook to cut costs on developers?!"
"Don't bother me with trivialities."
"People let me tell ya 'bout my beeeeesstt friend! [ it's bixby!]"
If they could just get solar panels with 101% efficiency!
No one remembers that ad ya old fart...
"Sips Bartles and James"
Well... at least there's no black bars on the sides...
This is the problem with the whole definition -
The Mercator projection is ACCURATE for it's data view (to better display trade routes).
So long as the information itself isn't false it's just a different view facet of the data set.
My school system didn't use the Mercator maps but they weren't "accurate" either because they balanced out all the land masses so they were all VISIBLE so the various geographies and cities could be pointed out during lectures.
I've somehow woken up in the universe of Logan's Run!
Also I question the income levels - Lower income peoples mainly have cell phones in place of pads/computers which, while they may have bigger screens, aren't great for ebook reading. (Of course those with lower incomes don't tend to read as much either)
I'd be interested to cross reference this data with video piracy...
When you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail...
Or a scud missile...?
Really we just need drone interceptors now (which at government prices will only cost $500k so it's 1/6 the cost of the system it replaces! A win!)
"The Razer Blade series have become the default coding machine for many out there"
Show of hands here on Slashdot - which coders here use that as their default machine?
My grand total of app expenditures for all of 2016 was ZERO.
I haven't even spent a dime on Pokemon Go and I play it daily.
What is worth doing is worth the trouble of asking somebody to do.