...I'm a waffle man
682 posts • joined 4 Apr 2008
"So we were able to just split them in half to see if there was an effect, and there was. The 'rookies' had greater drops in NK-cell function compared to the veterans."
"Unfortunately they are all dead due to splitting them in half. Next time we'll amend the protocol to experiment on the 2 groups separately", they added.
drawing up such a report "would be costly and time-consuming"
Surely this exercise should not be either of the above since they will be using their own Oracle HR Applications (maybe Cloudy) to do so.
If this is not the case then what will the Oracle salespeople be saying to prospects who are looking to buy Oracle HR Apps to manage their own HR and determine similar information....?
You don't have to switch if you don't want to - as long as you don't "need" the new features (such as they are).
I recently bought a second-hand (64GB) 6S from Mazuma Mobile, which although in "Very Good" spec looks almost new to me - with a 12-month guarantee.
When/if my 6S (with new £25 battery) conks out, I'll look at replacing it with a second-hand (or Refurb/Renew) phone from them (or a similar provider) or pick one up from the hight street shops that seem to have loads of decent corporate offloads for reasonable money.
With the current high-profile campaigns against single-use plastics etc., I am surprised that this route is not gaining a higher profile or chosen by more (of those who care about it...) due to the energy-dense production processes involved in these devices (whether Apple/Android or not).
I got my 6S and my wife's SE (both 3 years old phones) batteries swapped out last week under the £25 deal.
Every slot was taken right up to the end of the deal period, and talking to the staff in the Apple Store (Kingston, UK), the replacement scheme had been extremely popular.
If that is representative then people are not perceiving that the new phones add significant value and their older iPhones still work fine, so £25 to restore performance and battery life is a no-brainer (as is the post-deal £79 replacement price to be honest) compared to the cost of the XR now that the SE is gone.
However, the cheaper battery scheme has at least kept people in the Apple services (iCloud, iTunes etc.) universe so will have been a worthwhile investment for APple in that respect (notwithstanding the inertial effects if you have several iDevices in your household).
What is to stop them creating a new account?
If other IPs on their account are linked to their “Iranian” one (and so would flag their account) then due to dynamic IPs Slack would be in for a whole load of spurious account closures from people who have never visited Iran - so Slack can’t be doing anything that sophisticated to prevent this.
Unless they are also targeting anyone with an Iranian-sounding name.....
Good idea for an Alexa skill - a fart app 10 years on from the mobile phone ones?
"You're having a fart - shall I open a window?"
"You put ill-deserved confidence into that fart - should I order some new underwear, or maybe a jet washer and some new carpet?"
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