IMO its worse than that.. no asset has been "reduced" yet the tempers and decision making get worse and worse.. This is a fundementally divisive issue that brings out the worst in people. Community is nowhere to be seen when it comes to private property and the dollars that come with it. It is a bitter end-game of an explosive and wealthy 100 years of growth in this part of the world.
As the size of the loans go up, the stakes go up.
as a casual reader, I know this is false.. several HUGE efforts, have failed to gain the eyeballs of readers . repeating that there is only one choice, is not useful or constructive right?
Pretty much every other browser is based on Chromium. Some very niche ones on webkit.
I understand the wont for not having a completely standardized system or federally administered system here in the states; But in my own experience in my state, it would make work a lot easier in outlying areas where an MLS is owned by one realty group that does not make it easy for outsiders to use, even though we do regular work in that area.
There certainly could be a push in the US to have a national standard to hold MLSs to, as most loans are federally backed or are set up in such a way to be sold in secondary markets that could be bought by government backed entities. There has also been talk among lenders and those in the risk management space of real estate for more normalized data, to make it easier for things to be portable or more ready to feed into an automated value model.
this is remarkably one-sided
If you replace the slightly loaded term 'bloat', you would get something fairly unobjectionable:
'Forgiving loans people take out for an activity, would lead to more of that activity.'
Or what do you mean?
'Forgiving loans people take out for an activity, would lead to more demand and greater price appreciation of that activity.'
I think the great harm was disconnecting students from the immediate consequences of their educational spending with easy to get loans.
That economic disconnect has made it ever easier for schools to charge more for less actual value. Whether in poorly directed education (exceptional education in areas with poor career potential), or simply over priced (top heavy admins, and other overhead or expenses beyond providing actual education).
It is the ONLY winning position. (almost) Every part of the world talks incessantly about it or around it rather than actually taking the position. Saying "just stop" is only the first step and if you can't take that, you haven't realized that every other position is a losing position. The trick is that it's a worse and worse position each day.
Saying "just stop" isn't supposed to win immediately against those who will fight you regardless of what you say. It's to show you're willing to take off the steering wheel in a head to head. Ofc, you don't want to say it when you don't mean it.
I'm convinced that parts of the world, thirsty for water (and other resources) will go to war and it still will not stop. The hand wringing and peace making is unsurprising business as usual.
Yeah no thanks. I sold my Tesla shares after he took a cheap shot at Bernie Sanders (funny how he never took a shot at Donald Trump, weird huh)…
It's not strictly required, but it makes everyone a lot happier, since most consumer oriented operating systems don't include a recursive resolver (or they're not enabled out of the box). I can't find a changelog for the root hints, but I don't think they change that often. I can see L changed IPs in 2007 (and IPv6 in 2015), D in 2012, H in 2015; B in 2017 (and also 2004); I'm not sure if there were changes before then too, but I'm pretty sure even if you had a really old list from 1991, at least a few of the roots are still there, and you could bootstrap from there.
There's value in a shared, somewhat local cache though. And also value in your ISP doing the recursion without the delay imposed by the last mile physical protocol.