I have an issue with this, don't get me wrong, I hate cheaters. I hate playing a game where a skill shot hits your even though there is no way for that person to do it. It is annoying. LoL Esports are played where both teams are in the same arena. The systems they play on are identical minus the mouse and keyboard which is like someone bringing their own gold clubs to a gold tournament. These computers have identical hardware and software. No way to install these cheats (This is assuming it is a sanctioned event) You bring Twitch and streaming into it for people who make a living showing others their mad skills, its easily deduced when they are cheating and they usually get called out and loose watchers and supporters. That leaves the few idiots who spend their time just to piss others off. I don't see this being a big issue. In other things, like Starcraft, the majority of the time they are worlds apart using their own machines. I can see cheating being more of an issue in the matches where cash is the prize, however, even with that, you have spectators who are usually broadcasting the matches and they can often spot cheaters there as well.
I am hoping she will win. This would make it easier for my lawsuit against Lloyds of Hollywood, Lloyds BBQ sauce, etc and anyone named Lloyd in the movie industry where Lloyd was put up on the screen....
AT&T responded to the alligations by stating, "We can't be expected to look at everyone's bill to find hidden unexpected charges, have you looked at our billing process? We hide EVERYTHING! We are the lowest rate out there! Find someone close and we will hide more fees!
If I had a business, I would donate to Athletes and I would spam the hell out of it. Want to sue me? go ahead, put yourself in the headlines for trying to shut down a small business for supporting someone to fill their dreams. Crowdsource that defense and then counter sue.
I work in IT as well, I have always said, I am paid to know this shit, you are not. The fact that they don't listen to you is because you do not explain it to them in a way that they will listen. You need to use terms their training will understand. Then again, your apparent dislike for non-tech people seems to have you in a tizzy, so when you told them what needs to be done, they probably went the other way just to piss you off. I would.
I would be curious on how they plan on getting past the LOS issues they have there. If you are in the heart of Boston, you are lucky to get signal, buildings have to buy cell repeaters and install them into the building to get most of them to work and Verizon charges a pretty penny for them. And this wont be seen by the residents, it will only be for businesses if at all.
Picking the shiniest of turds...This election is gonna go down in history...aww hell...after this election, the only ones around to care about it will be some cockroaches, some politicians, and a few lawyers...oh and maybe a twinkie or two.
Incorrect, yes. The bands themselves did not authorize the use. That is what the bands are saying to get people off their backs about the morons using songs and not thinking about the actual meaning of the songs. They are incorrect in the part that they are unauthorized at all. I am not going to dig into this because my sanity can't take the hit of the record label logic or anything like that but I will give them the benefit of the doubt. As for them not doing the background work, eh, everyone is gonna screw up from time to time, they are however, more right, more often, than the big media places like FOX and MSNBC. THEY out right lie.