SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIt may not be a sexy subject, but it’s potentially worth a lot of money: Microsoft Corp. Has fired a volley over IBM Corp.’s bow with an open letter that claims IBM is trying to block Office document formats from being established as an industry standard.The letter, signed by signed by Microsoft executives Tom Robertson, general manager for interoperability and standards; and Jean Paoli general manager of interoperability and XML architecture, calls out IBM on its opposition in the international standards process.The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is looking at Microsoft’s document format as a possible standard. If it is ratified, it could add to Microsoft’s bottom line since companies and governments partly base software buying decisions on whether it would be compatible with an internationally accepted file format.
Yeah I second this. For me at least, cosplay is about identifying with a character and making them your own. Or you could be spidey or deadpool and not have to worry about what your face looks like. You might say this is because as a female serial killer she is an aberration (male serial killers are boring, old hat, now). There some truth to this our tolerance of (and boredom with) everyday male violence, no matter how horrific, but our fascination when females do the same thing, to whatever degree. HOWEVER, I think there is the ADDED element that men are horrified that a prostitute killed her johns.
All in all, its obviously not a clear cut moral situation. The Trump administration certainly isn making moral appeals their priority when enforcing immigration law. However its far cry from Trump hates us so much he is hurting children for pleasure which is what you get in part three of this linked comment, or any other large subreddit..
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileOntario, British Columbia and Quebec top the list for the “eBaying est” provinces in a country that bought and sold more than $7 million worth of NHL rookie cards and more than $45,000 worth of outerwear on the online auction site in 2007, according to the company.The site’s “Community Counts” data, released Thursday, tracks the number of items auctioned or purchased in communities across Canada.Belle River topped the list with 1,249 active buyers and sellers that is, people who completed a transaction during 2007. The top selling item in that region was hockey cards and the top item category was car and truck parts.”We typically think of big cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver as being the e commerce hubs of Canada,” said Andrew Sloss, the country manager for eBay Canada. “In fact, small towns and communities like Belle River are doing big business on eBay, proving that you don’t have to live in a major urban center to be a significant part of Canada’s e commerce engine.”The top communities for eBay sales in 2007 were:Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews.