Re: Law firms and security
Cool story bro!
3507 posts • joined 11 May 2007
How clueless do you have to be to think that the goverment of the country you live in gives two shits about you if you're not super rich?
Inventing external enemies is a great way of turning focus away from terrible domestic policy. Notice that we're not discussing taxing the poor so the rich can keep their inheritances.
What about Cuba?
And do we factor in the wests attempts to destroy all socialist governments when discussing this or are we going to conveniently ignore the billiions spent by the Americans and Europe to achieve this?
With capitalism causing global warming I'm not so sure you're backing the right horse. Communism didn't destroy the planet.
Yeah, that's what's happening. Those evil Chinese. Thank fuck our own leaders would never try to enrich themselves at our expense.
Even as the planet burns there's always some nasty little xenophobe trying to stir up shit.
Well find a study where the bar is set higher that backs up your assertion that illiteracy is increasing then. Simply stating that you disagree with a study is not the same as providing evidence to back up your position. It's more akin to putting your fingers in your ears and going "la la la, can't hear you".
The article says: LiveCode syntax is English-like, and the company argues that "every semicolon or bracket required by a language introduces another potential source of error."
So less punctuation by the sounds.
It generates a lot of "news" articles.
Dilligent research provides: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/aug/17/new-mathematical-record-whats-the-point-of-calculating-pi
extract: Mathematicians have estimated that an approximation of pi to 39 digits is sufficient for most cosmological calculations – accurate enough to calculate the circumference of the observable universe to within the diameter of a single hydrogen atom.
No it isn't, read what you quoted:
"the checks are done on their servers, not on your local device"
It's like you sending some of your stuff to your landlords house for storage and him taking a look to see what you've sent. Very different to them coming round your gaff and looking at whatever they choose.
But we're discussing what google and MS currently do, not what apple are proposing, which is maybe where you're getting confused?
"Now I have a new keyboard after the lauding of Pottering and his breaking of what was not borked, increasing complexity and creating multiple dependencies the author has a good point which all of us, bar the newbs, have heard over the millennia."
Yeah, get back to us when you're coherent.
Well I'd certainly take the opinion of a random internet poster over whatever the so-called "Judge" might have handed down. Surely all the detail we need is in the report we just read?
Why do we even bother with trials? We could just have a survey underneath a news report. Soon as we get 12 guilty clicks, job done!
It's never too late to complain.
It's never too late to call out bullshit management speak. Leverage is used when you want to say "used" but want to sound clever.
I'm quite happy to carry on complaining about that bollocks indefinitely.
You missed the third, far more likely possibility. This is nothing to do with sueing anyone, it's a cash raising exercise. His die hard fans will donate millions to this. The gullible media have been played and are promoting this cash grab like it's a genuine court case.
It's not difficult to work out if you think about the man, his previous behaviour, and what he stands for.
It's all to do with control. It's easy if you can choose when to be available. You're happier on holiday knowing that emergencies will be raised with you immediately rather than waiting for your return. That's not the same as being contacted without your consent (or with your grudging "I need to keep my job" consent).
However, if I was a client of yours, I'd be wondering why there's only one person in the company who can handle the really important stuff...
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