Re: Or declare insolvency.
There is a reason why I own nothing & everything is in my wife's name. I trust her far more than Google
56 posts • joined 27 Sep 2012
I had a similar issue with customer reference numbers for bPay payments. These are 16 digits and excel changes the last digit to zero. I was using google sheets as it didn't do this.
Then google announced an upgrade to make it more compatible with Excel and introduced the same problem.
I have an alfresco document server on a vmware win10 image at my office and a wd NAS at home for photos and videos- Both environments I trust enough not go to the hassle of setting up a ssl.
In fact I don't even know how to go about setting one up for a 192.168.1.x ip without a domain name.
It seems to me (not an American) that the US Constitutional protections do not only apply to citizens but to all.
The are some rights identified as only for citizens (voting for example) but the free speech, due process and self-incrimination ones are not so restricted
I been using them for a few years and am pretty happy with them. I don't know about some of the claims that they lost their data without notice. I get a daily status report and warnings if a drive han't been backed up for 48 hours. I think the time period is use selectable. As for restoring files I recently restored a version of a file from a few days ago as daily versions are kept.
While it won't backup VM files directly it will backup mapped drives which works ok for me.
The backup service doesn't always seem to start with windows & needs to be manually started from time to time. As an inexpensive small business option, and my the only backup, it's ok for me.
There was an episode of The Amazing Race where the contestants had to go to an address and paint room. They went to the wrong place but the occupant, who didn't speak English, still let the contestants in and paint.
Only after the task was complete and the contestants asked for their next clue which the occupant couldn't provide did they start to suspect something was wrong.
I can walk out of a building or a series of underground shopping malls and correctly know which direction it is back to my hotel or where I parked the car. When I'm in the northern hemisphere I still feel the same confidence but am usually 180 degrees out.
There is also 1 part of Sydney (Marrickville) where I consistently lose my sense of direction and have done so for 40 years. Wonder if there is a magnetic anomaly there.
The rules have always been that if your are an employee and you employer deducts tax but fails to pay it on to the tax office, the employee will still get the credits and the ATO will chase the employer. The ATO FAQ simply repeats this.
The employers who paid the gross pay to Plutus as not off the hook. They still owe the tax to the ATO.
Employers are also in a double bind with superannuation contributions. The contributions haven't been paid to the super funds so the employers still have an obligation to make sure they get paid, and because they were not paid on time they are not entitled to a tax deduction for the contribution.
In Australia, if you put two lines across a cheque and write Not Negotiable on it, the cheque cannot be cashed. It must be deposited into an account. If it also has Account Payee Only, the bank account must belong to the payee.
These are security measures to stop stolen cheques being cashed.
I've been wearing a $38 Chinese knock-off for a few months, certainly from before the Apple version become available. It's gold looking but has a cheap band - I have been asked about it 3 times by shop employees.
Now I wonder if it's making me a target for a mugging.
(BTW It's andorid only and fairly functional )
I had a copyright claim on a clip of my band doing a cover of a song we hadn't written. Almost immediately a copyright notice come up. That was not a surprise but but the claim was not for the original of the song. It was a totally different song that happened to start with the same opening chord - E major.
There is a option to acknowledge the claim, or to assert copyright yourself but no way of saying the claimant is wrong. I tried to follow this up but the response was that if I am not the song owner, it's not my concern.
"I'm not sure how much use a moth will be in airlifting the victims out of the disaster zone."
Frank Zappa has already demonstrated this principal in his tale of Billy The Mountain" in which the protagonist goes into a telephone booth, covers his body with maple syrup and used the resulting swarm of flies to raise said booth into the sky.
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