Option backdating why the fuss and how to avoid it
I will leave it up to the author who edits the page to correct it.--Tmsener (talk) , 26 November 2007 (UTC) I heard that in order to avoid voting with the compulsary voting system is to simply spoil one's ballot - that way your name is crossed off, you place your ballot in the box, but you haven't voted. Otherwise it would seem to me that checking someone has: 1) had their name crossed off the register, 2) placed their ballot in the box , 3) placed an 'x' in a given box; means that their vote would not be secret.
Anchoring the issue is the first installment of an occasional column by college freshman Dan Pourhadi aimed at explaining how and why young people interact with technology as they do.A few months back, I wrote a brief bit about how Mac Tech Magazine had created a CD containing the complete archives of the magazine (see "Mac Tech Creates Archive CD," 2006-11-13).At the end, I mused that perhaps we should do the same with Tid BITS, a suggestion that immediately generated a number of "Yes, please! So I'm happy to announce that, working with our friends at Mac Tech (hey, why reinvent the wheel?You can use the Tid BITS Viewer right from the CD or copy it to your hard disk; because of its use of current Apple technologies, it requires Mac OS X 10.4.5 or later.The Tid BITS Viewer is extremely easy to use, and works much like a framed Web site.The voter then takes these with him/her to a booth where s/he can secretly number the candidates according to their preference. Every year, about 5% of voters either mistakenly, or deliberately cast informal votes.
--Tmsener (talk) , 26 November 2007 (UTC) the desciption of the counting process is far too simple to give an accurate description.
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For example, if your stock is trading at around $20/share, you might get 1000 options with a strike price of $22/share.
Links to articles or other content on the CD load in the main pane instantly, and links to pages out on the Web load in your default Web browser with no fuss.
Along with searching, you can browse our content chronologically by year, by author, and by related articles.
Putting this treasure trove of Macintosh information at your fingertips is the Tid BITS Viewer, a custom application written by Mac Tech that uses Apple's Spotlight technology for lightning-quick, relevance-ranked searching, and the Web Kit technology used in Safari for text display.