Judge Approves $100 Million Dell Settlement
CEO Michael Dell will personally pay a $4 million fine
So, does personally, really mean personally, or is he going to get reimbursed the $4 million as a "business expense"?
Gizmodo Blows Whistle On 4G iPhone Loser
At the least, it lets a future employer know that if he takes a prototype out of the office, he should have it handcuffed to him.
Is Programming a Lucrative Profession?
To quote Wayne Campbell:
It might happen. Yeah, and monkeys might fly out of my butt.
When Your Backhoe Cuts "Black" Fiber
It's state law in Nebraska to call before you dig
(http://www.ne-diggers.com/). Most other states should have something similar.
What the hotline does it send out notice to various utility companies and they look to see if it impacts them and do a locate if needed.
The rule of thumb, as I understand it, if they do the locate and you hit something not marked in the area you are digging, that particular utility that is at fault.
Study Abroad For Computer Science Majors?
Regardless of what is said here (pros/cons of going), talk to your school's study abroad office before applying for a program (your school's or another's).
Some schools have a number of hoops that need to be jumped through, financial aid status, etc.
At the least, they can walk you through the process of getting course equivalents set up, before going, so when you transfer the credit in you have things signed by faculty in your school saying the courses will count to your degree.
Corporate Propaganda Still On the News
You make a good point.
But a random fact about Lincoln:
27.56 Capitol Environs District
No building located within this district shall exceed the building height limit as shown on the
Capitol Environs District Height Regulations Map, or the maximum building height permitted in the
underlying zoning district, whichever is less.