Ratio of High Availabiliy to Testing
...which is directly related to cost.
...which is why so much software comes with a readme.txt full of chaos yet to be resolved.
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The actual issue, is Facebook taking offense that their own users are willingly sharing their Facebook experience.
Of course, the correct course of action is to shutdown all these Facebook accounts which violate the terms.
But then, how many accounts would be left?
The problem lies within, not on a third party academic group.
For executive jobs, it's largely a social circle of people they know and likely hang out with. No need to gamble your future bringing someone irregular into the club.
Diversity is then a great initiative for all the "other jobs" in the company.
It takes a while to penetrate the stale sanctuary that is upper management, everyone there is just so valuable (ahem).
America's just too open and freedom friendly to engage in tit for tat.
With every dollar sent overseas to their one-party partner, the monetary lifeblood of freedom slowly drains away.
Funny how international commerce is unscrupulous to such things.
Now more people are clamoring for a socialist system to recoup the lost funding (sigh)
Well played China, well played.
The iOS 14 codename I believe was "Groundhog Day"
...or maybe it was actually "Azul", which equates to a similar incredulous blue feeling.
In either case, 14.1 should correct their initial mistake to make sure every reboot
starts with a short startup chime of "I got you Babe".
I find the necessity to apply network traffic discrimination odd, since the monopolistic providers that be, don't seem to have any issue allowing spam calls to waste precious bandwidth hitting my phone.
TMobile for instance, will block the evil spam callers for a fee. Yet, you'd think prioritizing your internet traffic for common use would require a fee too, if it were to "our" greater benefit.
We may have avoided a national internet tax, but it seems the ISP's seem to have their own "little" fiefdoms of laissez faire regulated toll roads.
The substance of what they sell is primarily high margin service promises and stagnant stock value.
Products such as hardware based ones, used to be a priority, but the their profitability haven't been profitable enough to justify the stock expectations. They've maintained a growth model of self-consumption until they find something with better margins to sell.
Today the growth model has consumed Ginny. Arvind now gets the privilege of attempting better.
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