Unit dating controversy
Which have been left to rest covered in dust in a distant corner of the living room.
However, unable to countenance such a vile piece of vandalism without at least the possibility of reading them again someday, I looked on the Internet to see if any kind souls had digitised them. I wonder what their stance on the UNIT dating controversy would be…
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On Friday, we saw that the Manage Access function for documents wasn’t quite working, because it wouldn’t tell you who you had given access to: So we had to revise our documentation, because it was a fairly useless feature.
No point trying to figure out who you’re sharing a document with if you can’t actually see the names.
Nice change, Microsoft, but you could have just released that function when it was working to begin with…
In fact, a person who is considered black in one society may be non-black in another.
However, just as it is apparent that some people look darker than others, it is equally apparent that some people are indeed smarter than others.
Unlike weight, there is no absolute measure of intelligence, just as there is no true gauge of honesty.
When you combine such a slippery word with an equally slippery one – namely "race" – you end up with the notorious claim that intelligence tests prove that some racial groups are genetically inferior. Francis Galton (1822-1911), a pioneer of intelligence testing, also founded the Eugenics Society, which set out to "improve" the genetic composition of the population – a philosophy that helped to inspire the Nazis' extermination of "undesirable" groups.