SmallDosesOnly30 karma2012-12-19 23:19:05 UTC
Did you know that Hasbro already had a boys version (The Queasy Bake Cookerator) and a gender neutral version (Real Meal Oven)? Your video seemed to make a lot of assumptions that Hasbro were gender biased, when in reality they were just profitability biased.
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SmallDosesOnly1 karma2013-02-04 06:16:16 UTC
Without Subnetting, proper routing wouldn't be possible, and without routing and segmenting the internet wouldn't be possible. The internet was developed to be a self healing network with multiple routes to each location. This is possible because of segmentation and routing.
Also more isolated in a LAN/WAN/MAN environment, segmentation allows you so segregate traffic, both for bandwidth considerations and for security reasons. I'm a senior implementer for a relatively small company (about 120 employees worldwide), and we utilize about 7 different subnets within our LAN/WAN.
On a side note I graduated from Kaplan (also attended University of New Orleans, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and maintained above a 3.5 at each insitution) and make 6 figures as a Senior Implementer/Systems Administrator. A degree from anywhere is just a piece of paper, what you get out of it is up to the individual.
SmallDosesOnly1 karma2013-02-04 04:25:29 UTC
wrong again. Subnetting is very important, especially the theory behind it.
SmallDosesOnly1 karma2013-02-03 06:54:18 UTC
Well if you think that Subnetting is obsolete there is a reason you aren't being hired.
SmallDosesOnly1 karma2013-02-04 06:18:53 UTC
Kaplan is regionally accredited.
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