With only a scant 3 months required to get a business license, surely we can trust a large and diverse US government buearucracy to effectively administrate "free" health care for all, right?!
In michigan when I filed my paperwork for my LLC, I got my articles of formation in the mail about a week later.
Side note, Michigan has no license required to operate an ecommerce or computer repair company. I had also been operating as a sole-proprieter about 2 years before this which had still been perfectly legal. The LLC just allows me to open business bank accounts and credit cards and keep some of my finances seperate.
I see no reason NYC needs to do the same other than to limit competition.
Professor in enviornmental science class:
What does "clean coal sound like to you?"
Getting all my university Homework out of the way for the whole week is something I wish I had the discipline to do more often.
Which is better?
Eating banana cubes.
So I believe @AlexTheGreatish is a mechanical engineering major. Meaning if LTT ever wanted to build their own computers (from literally scratch), all they would have to do is hire an electrical engineer, a computer engineer, and a computer science major and they can produce an LTT motherboard and CPU
I watched this excellent video produced by financial times about sneakers being a "2 billion dollar industry":
Well guess what? That's nothing compared to another relatively niche industry like PC gaming:
The PC gaming industry is roughly 35.7 billion in size with a CAGR of roughly 4% a year:
How big is the electronics recycling industry? You know, the industry I spent 4 years of my life in and is rarely if every talked about in public? 40.3 billion with a CAGR of 15.5%:
Here is another industry that is exploding behind the scenes: lithium ion battery recycling. The industry is currently worth about 7 billion with a CAGR of a little over 6%.
One day, I may return to the latter industries as an electronics recycler myself. Until then, I can focus in getting a degree in Electrical Engineering, and use my skills to potentially start a company that produces products and services for these industries.
For some reason, people have this notion that due to government and corprate pushes for sustainability, we are throwing away fewer and fewer electronics. This couldn't be further from the truth. I have seen it myself: upgrade cycles for IT hardware keeps shrinking further and further, and companies and consumers alike are refreshing their devices faster and faster. This only contributes further to our ewaste problem.
Oh well, a guy can dream at least. One thing is for sure: Ewaste isn't going anywhere, and it will still be there waiting for me when I graduate college.
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No. If you want to compare it that way, you'd be comparing footwear as a whole. Sneakers are a small segment of footwear, just like PC Gaming is a small segment of computers. If you wanted a comparison, it would be people the flip PC components vs people that flip sneakers.
Haha, nothing is impossible to teach in school. It's fundamentals you'd teach, not specifics about parts. Anyone can learn it. It's not hard. Just like how I could easily teach someone how to flip mountain bike parts. I really hope it didn't take you thousands of hours. You could have 2 or more College degrees with that.
Name a song that sounds way better the second time you hear it. I'll start:
The less I know the better - Tame Impala
High and Low - Empire of the Sun
Almost anything by gorillaz
Imma run two RTX 2080s in SLI and call it an RTX 4326400.
So i learned today the intel i386 series CPUs often lacked a floating point unit and many motherboards included a socket for a math coprocessor.
Technically that means at one point intel sold 0.5 core processors XD
So this weekend I met my mom in memphis.
Given that we were so close to Mississippi, I decided to take a visit there.
I can confirm Mississippi is boring.
Of course, all I did was cross the border and stop at a wendys, so that might be a signifcant reason.
But now I can at least say i've been to Mississippi.