When we want retribution, modern society doesn't much care who is to blame; instead, we want to be sure the organisation with the most money is squarely in our sights.
on 04/26/2010 – Made popular on 04/26/2010
my fiance is looking for a new phone, it can be used older model, she doesn't care. She likes the old school qwerty keyboard, needs to document experiments and tests with the phone so 3mp+ camera is needed more is better, SD card capable or at least 16gb as she has lots of ebooks, and audio books. Not too big since she says most women's shorts and pants don't have pockets or small pockets.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe Document Foundation (TDF), the parent organisation of the free office suite LibreOffice, has joined the international standards development consortium, the Organisation for the Advancement of Standards in Information Society (OASIS).
Facebook Messenger is all set up to allow friends to send each other money. All Facebook has to do is turn on the feature, according to screenshots and video taken using iOS app exploration developer tool Cycript by Stanford computer science student Andrew Aude. Messenger’s payment option lets users can send money in a message similar to how they can send a photo.
Facebook doesn’t show ads in Messenger or WhatsApp. Instead, payments could be the key to earning money on chat, especially in the developing world where ad rates are low. If that’s the strategy, Facebook just got the perfect executive to lead the charge. It’s poached PayPal’s president David Marcus to run its Messenger unit. Read More
i just realized today that the more money i get, the more i worry about it.
when i first starting working, i really wanted this piano, so i spent 5$k (half the money i had) on it. and it was sweet, and i didnt care that i spent 5$k on it because hey, i'll just make more money!
and now a few years later i have way more money, but i'm aghast at the amount i spent.