It says a lot when I get excited because Limer wrote a Microsoft article that's only SOMEWHAT pessimistic.
Minor clarification. Microsoft only makes about 25% of its revenue from Windows. That's a little less than what it makes from its Business Division (Office). »
Task Force Black is going to be VERY busy over there for the foreseeable future. Support from/for the moderate opposition force in Syria (the non-ISIS opposition) would be great for the TF Black. Similar to what they're doing with the Peshmerga in Iraq. These people are fierce fighters and are actually okay with… »
Well put. I just upgraded to the Lumia 1520 after having the Lumia 920. At first I was in size shock, but now it's grown on me to the point where playing with "little" phones annoys me. »
Wow! Here comes targeted audio advertising.
"Hey xXTomcatXx, those jeans are looking a little snug. Why not take advantage of this great 15% discount at Equinox?" »
There's several reasons.
1. On a hike if a snake is camouflaged on the trail and you spot it, you could conceivably come to the conclusion that killing it would spare others accidental harm. Not justifying it, just saying I know others who do for that very reason. »
To be fair, just because someone holds the stock when the deal is going through doesn't necessarily make them corrupt. Apple's a pretty common stock. Now if Deasy went and shifted half his portfolio into Apple, than that would be sketch.
Perhaps offering compensation in exchange for willful divestiture would be a good… »
For the possibly life saving record:
"two pairs of legs per segment means we can be friends."
refers to which friends exactly?
Also, what a great series you've done here. Not overly detailed to the point where I feel like I don't ever need to go myself to experience it myself. You have me yearning to go now. Well done. »
Methane oxidizing into CO2 isn't that much better, whether it's entering the atmosphere or not. Acidification of the ocean is arguably worse than the addition of greenhouse gases. Our oxygen generating oceans react better to higher temperatures than they do to acidification. »