munchbunny9 karma2016-09-06 18:50:32 UTC
I suppose I didn't ask the right question. How are your administration capabilities meaningfully improved over what other web based or native remote desktop do?
I'm not so much asking about what your software is or what it does. I'm asking why I should consider using this instead of, say, plain old remote desktop?
It may seem obvious to you that the extra features you built are different than how remote desktop does it, but that doesn't seem obvious to me. Is it just another way to peel a banana, or is it a better banana peeler?
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munchbunny5 karma2016-09-06 18:29:42 UTC
So this lets you do the same things that remote desktop solutions or SSH let you do?
Or does the tool give you some special UI for specific tasks, on top of being a remote desktop solution?
munchbunny4 karma2013-05-20 05:05:49 UTC
Working for your father unpaid, however, is a different story than working unpaid for any company in general. I assume at least living expenses are covered in this case.
munchbunny4 karma2019-09-28 17:53:19 UTC
Not the OP, but I had friends who did PUA stuff.
It depends on what you're looking for. If you're looking for sex, then it may work for you. But if you're looking for a long term relationship, you're starting on the wrong foot by using a method that implies you don't really respect the woman. That is what will kill the relationship.
None of those friends I mentioned were ever able to hold a relationship while they were still using PUA techniques.
munchbunny4 karma2019-09-28 18:01:02 UTC
If you're in the US, and especially if you're not white, ethnicity plays a big role in how the dating scene works for you.
For example, Asian men have a stereotype for being timid that can be frustrating for the other person when you're going in early dates. If you're an Asian dude, it's easier to talk with someone who understands the culture this comes from to work through the issues.
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