It's a shame too, Craigslist has always kept an image of being "small" even if it's just the look they go for. To see them lashing out at people that are trying to make their product more useful is, like Mike says, shameful.
When many people (including me) signed up for netflix, they dind't even offer streaming. Then we got streaming for free for a while but if anyone thought that was indefinitely sustainable then that person is a moron. Now we have to pay for it as was always expected. It seems fair to me and I'm glad I was able to enjoy it for free for a while. In reality, I've always considered streaming and physical disks to be two totally different things that Netflix offered and always knew they'd eventually split it up, or just as they've been saying, completely eliminate dvds. I wonder if people would be this mad if netflix said they're eliminating dvds instead of just making you pay for them separately. In the end it's the same thing.
It states that the officer stopped on the road. If he's blocking the road, it can be assumed he has the lights on and possibly sounded the siren at least momentarily. At that point the guy could have quickly turned on a recorder in a few seconds before the cop was even out of the car. Maybe he carries it because this has happened before, maybe he just happened to have it, maybe it's built into his phone.
this was what jumped out at me as well when I read your last post and put it in the comments. I guess not allowing recording just guarantees that it's their "word" versus ours, and we know who will win that...
Thats exactly how it should be. It would be foolish for a professor to think we won't ask friends for help or go online use all resources available to us. Save for stealing an exam, it should all be fair game as study aids. Your professor was smart enough to adapt and evolve.
so basically what you're saying is that the students had to learn 500 questions to be able to answer 50. They had to study and learn the material, including more than what would be on the exam. That's what I consider studying. If they brought the test bank to the exam, then that would be cheating.
like you said, car beat the horse and buggy after a long time. eventually these current disruptive technologies like voip calls, messaging, the ebook readers, etc still have lots of innovations left to come and plenty of time to push the old technologies out of the way.