...a Cosmic Brownie?
...a Cosmic Brownie?
It was WSJ that broke the story this morning, CNet is summarizing it.
The original article is here.
There are currently a total of 13 extensions available
That's with fringe benefits which are at least 33% of that cost.
So multiple $127k * 0.66 to get their salary... or about $83K per year.
That's not a lot for tech workers in one of the most expensive cities in the US
""Two years ago the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) offered $15,000 to anybody -- literally anybody -- who could come up with an idea to speed up airport security..." writes Popular Science."
So if someone did come up with such a great idea, why not implement it themselves and make more than a relatively paltry $15K for coming up with an idea of that could save millions.
" This is in clear violation of the spirit of the law "
If this was common law, you might have a point.
But there is no "spirit of the law" in tax law nor in corporate contract law. The law is about the "letter of the law.
If you disagree, tell the IRS you won't pay your taxes, because their laws are a "clear violation of the spirit of the US Constitution".
Let us know how that works for you.
"Annoying 'Open PDF In Edge' Default Option Puts Windows 10 Users At Risk "
Only for the few Windows 10 users who use Edge.
You have two types of Windows 10 users... those who use Chrome, and those who still want to use IE.
"whose idea of the sun being the center of the solar system was deemed quite absurd by the orthodoxy of his time - yet turned out to be true."
It should also be noted that he didn't invent this concept; it was known amongst learned people. It's just that he said it out loud and demonstrated why it fit the data best.
"There wouldn't be any liability on you, because you're just like a passenger in a taxi," says Santa Clara University law professor Robert Peterson."
Somebody better tell the good professor the owner would be the first on hook.
"And that is why Honda has the reputation that they have."
As one of the most reliable cars on the market?
Tesla is not considered a reliable car as shown Consumer Reports owner surveys.
"Building an app, for example, can't be done in a couple of hours, it "requires multi-dimensional learning contexts, pathways and projects."
While this is complete gobbledygook, apparently nobody knows the difference between Computer Science and Software Engineering.
You can study computer science and not be able to write a line of code.
Conversely, you can be a software engineer, and know almost nothing of computer science.
They are separate discipline. And it's not clear of the value of learning either for most student.
H1-B is bringing in guest workers to the United States, but keeping the work in house.
Offshoring is simply moving the work to a foreign country.
The article and summary seem to have confused the two.
"U.S. Goverment Shames Texting Drivers on Twitter "
Is what should be shamed. Stare at it for a while, boys.
âoeThe core business of the plaintiff [Axel Springer] is to deliver ads to its visitors. Journalistic content is just a vehicle to get readers to view the ads.â
You have to admire this kind of honesty. They admit their business is to serve ads. So complaints about "journalistic integrity" can't really be made of this site (or indeed any other).
Is this some sort of lyric to a Thomas Dolby Song?
One of the great albums of the 80's.
Heisengberg might have been here.