This was a really great article, and it helped me with my assisgment and provided me with more insight about how small oversighted things can actually damage the company's brand and make people lose credibility and open doors for increased competition.
I think Andrew Kenny should get up to date in his thinking on renewables. In the UK they are now building solar + wind + storage PEAKING plants without subsidy. Compare this to the cost of electricity out of the proposed nuclear plant under construction there. And if you let the ANC build coal plants you end up with a disaster. And if you build gas turbine, at least make them combined cycle and always remember that you need a gas/oil supply contract to go with it, something that Eskom seem to forget!
How long before those apartments are bought by the wealthy, two knocked into one, and we land up with an overlarge eyesore in Sea Point.Don't bring the people to the city, take the city to the people. City council must move its offices to the Flats where jobs will be closer to where most people live!
Great business ventures do not necessarily need to immediately hit the big stores but they can actually just start from humble beginnings. From personal usage to expanding their idea to a whole new market simply shows that anyone can tap into a market where there is going to be actual demand. The idea does not necessarily need to be extravagant but something that someone would ultimately see a need for.
The wage gap doesn't mean inequality. It's the result of different choices between the genders. When you give maximum opportunity to everyone, you maximise the biological differences between men and women. Men tend to work more dangerous jobs, work longer hours and put work first. This doesn't make men better just different to women. Seriously the world wouldn't work if people didn't put families first. I work in an environment were all the top positions are held by women. Listening to them talk about how oppressed they are is just sickening.
Data is king regardless of whether it is being used by an individual or by a large corporation. Regardless of the purpose, data is needed to ensure progress can be a consistent aspect of daily operations. Thus, proper storage solutions become a huge priority for this factor to be realized which can then be applied accordingly.
As with every product, you're expected to position your product properly so that you attract the right people! This even applies to a person themselves! If you wanted to attract a potential life partner, you've got to market yourself and be a good product to begin with right?
You know a lot of people are quite proud of the fact that they "recycle" in their homes, but what I've realised is that there are still so many things that we could be separating into the recycle heap that we just aren't doing. If we want to do our part, we need to make a larger effort!
The Coalition grossly misstates what the "first sale doctrine" entails. The bill makes clear that exhaustion of the distribution right is not with respect to "the work," but to an "original or copy" of the work. This has been the law in the U.S. for over a century, with no harm to copyright owners yet important benefits to society. Millions of people cannot afford to buy new books or new movie DVDs, but thanks to the first sale doctrine, may obtain them used by resale, lending or gifting. "(6) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act, the Trademark Act, 1993 (Act No. 194 of 1993), and the Counterfeit Goods Act, 1997 (Act No. 37 of 1997), the first sale of or other assignment of ownership of an assigned original or copy of a work in the Republic or outside the Republic, shall exhaust the rights of distribution and importation locally and 5 internationally in respect of such assigned original or copy." Section 202 of the U.S. Copyright Act contains a corollary to the codification of the first sale doctrine in Section 109: It makes clear that rights in the copyright and rights in the copy are two different things. Selling a copy conveys no copyright. Selling a copyright conveys no copies. Thus, to exhaust the distribution right with respect to a particular copy has absolutely no effect on the copyright owner's exclusive right to reproduce the work or make derivative works.
Thank you for the article. I agree with you. Many students use writing services in their assignments. And it is very important to choose professionals, in fact it depends on them whether the paper is written correctly, the absence of mistakes and plagiarism and whether the student will have time to hand it in on time.