so here is a serious question, and i was thinking about this alot, what would you think about a VR-Café? like 30 stations with vr for gaming and 15 for chilling out and shit? backstory: i was trying out the HTC Vive with some demos, like walking around under water, 3d drawing, and my mind was blown. not only does this have an amazing potential for gaming but for exploring and relaxing alike. just imagine after a stressfull day you relax in a room of pillows and all you see is the ocean, animals and shit like that? so what would you think about that? and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1011691 HTC Vive will probably have a launch price of 750$ to 800$ this is affordable by most people, noone will want to relax in a cafe and pay an overpriced per hour price if they can do the same thing at home. Times of arcades are over
I have 500 dollars total. I will get 100 dollars next week. Then I wont get paid until Jan 14th. I have a 200 dollar bill for a phone due in 2 days, and 500 dollar rent due on Jan 5th. I will get paid weekly following the 14th.
Should I wait to pay my phone or my rent until the 14th? It would be very late to pay them on the 14th. Should I just step back and keep my stuff in a locker somewhere for a cheap rate while I stay at a homeless shelter? I should have steady work until March, I just have a few weeks off for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Eliminate any outstanding debts. The preference would be high to low interest. In general that would be credit cards then private loans, followed by collateral loans and housing.
2. Create an emergency fund with 3-12 months worth of living expenses. This range is mostly due to circumstances. A married couple with two incomes and family help would likely only need a small buffer of cash.
Someone who is alone, with no outside assistance, and a single income would be better off having a larger emergency... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The results were shocking to researchers as American millennials were found to be the most educated generation ever, according to the study. No shit. The amount of useless crap taught in all levels of schooling is unbelievable.
>have "great" idea to gain a hoarde of twitter followers >write twitter bot that automatically posts interesting shit (stolen) every couple hours >start losing the bullshit followback followers instead of gaining users Welp that was a waste of time. I guess just as well since it's kinda scummy.
>be me >sophomore at pic related honors college >4.0 at the moment, attending for free (full ride). >Finance major with a minor in English. >Only doing finance for the financial stability. Really no desire to actually work as an analyst/banker/whatever else. >Don't care too much about money as long as I'm independent, have healthy food, gym membership, stable apartment, etc. No desire for fancy cars, overpriced suburban home, and vacations to Hawaii. >Things I like: literature, discussing literature, learning, romance, writing, passionate sex, public speaking. >Would like my own Wikipedia page one day. >Family history of teachers. Grandfather, grandmother, and mother were all high school teachers in Spain. Uncle is a professor in Spain. >Love teaching people things and watching people learn. >Tons of intellectual attractive interesting women in academia/teaching.
The question is, should I go for academia? Don't know the exact path but I assume I'd have to go to a top grad school to get a Master's or Ph.D in English, which is plausible with my EC's and GPA. Would love to study at an Ivy for a few years. Then some assistant positions or whatever before finding a comfy tenured job somewhere. Is the field really saturated? Do I stand a chance? Professor life seems like the life for me, with the chance to write books and interact other people in my field while being with young people. Ideally I'd eventually move on to become provost/dean/president of the college/university. Back-up plan would be to become a teacher at a prestigious private high school.
Am I a romantic dumbfuck who needs to keep his ass in finance?
I know that this isn't directly related to stocks/finance/investing but it's employment related and /biz/nessmen seem very insightful so I thought it would work here.
Hey fellow au/biz/ts, how much side money do you think I can rack up in a given year from breeding Black Russian Terriers and selling their pups? Obviously this isn't my main income, but I thought it would be a good investment. Basically how much would it take to get each dog fed, vaccinated, and registered vs how much I can sell them for. I looked up the price of their pups, and they go for about 2,000 each. I was thinking I could get like 5 or 6 bitches and just let them roam my property and have each bitch have a litter a year. I believe each litter averages... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1011340 >What is multi tasking It's like raising children. You feed their mother, give em some shots, and register them. Imagine if everytime someone had a child they quit their job. That's retarded. I'll give a section of my ass to these dogs and they'll like it. I'll get some quality showdog bloodline dogs, but if someone expects me to bend over backwards and toss my own salad, they can suck it.
So right now I work for a startup and have worked in many different departments. I didn't finish college because I interned with them and they offered me full-time opportunity. I want my career to develop into Business Analysis but do I need a degree for that? What are some skills I need (like SQL, Excel, ect) and If I do need a degree what kind? I was also thinking of getting my CCENT and going into IT. Is there a way I can marry my IT interest with my goal of becoming a BA?
At least get a bachelor's to prove you have a pulse. Business, or STEM would be ideal.
Aside from that SQL, Tableau, MS office especially Excel and Access. You might want to get familiar with big data environments (e.g. Hadoop, Cassandra, Hbase) as well since data volume is exploding, although right now that's more the domain of data scientists.
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