I have to say that your description of your IT field doesn really ring true with what I seen / am seeing. When I think about the people with whom I worked with over the years the college degree was the exception, not the rule. That still true now. Too bad there not an ignoramus ban on these comment boards. First of all, you Conan fans still don get it . HE forced Jay out ten years ago with his contract renewal demands.
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FOOTNOTE: I couldn believe the response on this, let alone the number of people who got taken by them. THE ONLY COURSE OF ACTION is to get it on paper; their treatment plan, anything they let loose of, get a second opinion from a reputable dentist, or TWO or THREE, and send copies of everything to your city/state Attorney General office, The better Business Bureau and whoever else sounds good. With all of what I seeing on here, the only reason they still in business is that no one bothered to complain.
I’m sure many will be glad windows Vista was released simply because it looks prettier and it does too. I can give them credit there.This is about to change, though. With Microsoft’s latest step backward, and with Apple and Linux gaining ground, users will soon appreciate the need for a better operating system, and be prepared to make a choice again.
There is no way to explain that to a black person like Mr. Daniels. No matter the reason, they will ALWAYS presume it racial. Or digital cinema. Or video games.The latest company to make that transition? Montreal based D Box Technologies, whose motion code technology adds the sensation of movement to movies by synchronizing a motorized chair to the action in the film.A year ago our intrepid correspondent Peter Nowak, now off playing video games or something, wrote about the buzz around D Box’s appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show, where they wowed audiences and nabbed a design and engineering showcase honour.The company was marketing the chairs as part of home theatres with a high end leather recliner selling for about $10,000, while a platform only version that can be fitted to any lounge seat selling for $3,500 but it was looking to sell the technology to movie theatres.Now, it seems, they are doing just that. The company announced Wednesday they have an agreement with Arizona theatre chain UltraStar Cinemas to install a section of the chairs in one of its theatres.This is actually the second theatre to add the special seats, which move and bump in real time with the on screen action like a roller coaster ride.