It is a kind of intelligence.
UPI is directly connected to your bank account. It does not go through VISA, Mastercard or whatever.
With credit card, it isn't my money for a month until I have to make the payment. If there is a problem, I can chargeback. The possibility of chargeback makes the vendor's support more helpful
> UPI is directly connected to your bank account.
oh, then it's a hard pass from me. i do not connect anything to my bank account and keep cards in separate banks for security.
You can have other (non credit, say savings) bank accounts for security too. It's just as easy (or easier) as getting a credit card here (in India).
No, because after a month, there will be an automatic payment from my bank for the balance. In that time, the bank is giving me their money and they’re on the hook for any fraud.
i understand where the confusion comes from. i use the term “credit card” generically for debit and credit cards. sorry for the confusion.
You are taking debt whenever you use credit card. If you miss/forget payment, some tech fault or sometimes just because you can be charged hefty interest or charges.
You can keep a separate account for your daily transactions.
most people i know have debit cards.
In my experience paying with credit is a fire and forget action, since the money is debited automatically at the end of the month, with no interest. The UX is great, since it only takes a card swipe [as long as I have the funds to pay it back and I'm within my credit limit].
In an scenario where you are not debited right away, I agree completely. But I would only expect that to happen by accident or if the user lacks the financial literacy to understand there are better ways to buy whatever they want. I may be missing some financial corner cases.
This is technically incorrect. UPI is connected to NPCI, which runs the platform and charges the participating banks for this service. Same for RuPay cards by NPCI.
> From Amharic ራስ (ras, “Duke”, literally “head”) and ተፈሪ (täfäri, “revered”) from ተፈሪ መኮንን (täfäri mäkonn, “Haile Selassie”, literally “feared (son of) Makonnen”).
In dub music which is largely the chanting of rastafari you can find all the Old Testament figures and YHVH is Jah in rastafari.
For me dub is undoubtedly psychadelic spirtual music and its sources are in Rastafari. I like it very much, even though I'm don't share all the Rastafari beliefs.
I'm not saying that Nyabinghi drumming has anything to do with Jewish liturgical music. or that Rastafari is a descendant of Christianity, for, or not. Fact is that even though it has no direct connection physically (those people were in Jamaica, right so?), they were absolutely enchanted by the idea of Ethiopian roots. Ras Tafari is Ethiopian, right?
Potentially it was wrong to use "Judaism" as terminology at all here, and I was rightfully downvoted. But what I meant is Old Testament is closely related to the Hebrew Bible, which is a foundational text in Judaism.... These texts contain many of the same books that are found in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, although the arrangement and the number of books may differ. So may wording was not entirely right, I stand corrected.
No you may not know, but Ethiopia has never been colonized, and is very proud for it. And it was one of the first countries to be exposed to Christianity (or Judaism if you want, or whatever it was called in these BC ages). There is very good reason to believe that the legendary Queen of Sheba have actually visited King Solomon, although I'm not going into arguing about Song of Songs, really. This is ... like long before Christ came to bring the New Testament.
But the point here is that Ethiopian Orthodoxy, etc influenced the Rastafari interpretations. Was it for political reasons, for Marcus Garvey reasons - I can't tell. But if you care to listen to what people sing about in the roots roots dub, try https://www.discogs.com/artist/43151-Alpha-Omega. They are for sure much more into this whole stuff - much more than you and me. Listen to the themes. The themes are biblical, and very much about characters and events that you find in the Old Testament. About Israel, Exodus, etc. This is biblical music, like it or not. And such these are the roots of dub. You find similar themes in music by Twinkle Brothers, Pablo Moses, etc...
Surely you can find lots of articles on this topic, such as https://jamaicans.com/ethiopian_church/.
Diagnosed myself, predominantly inattentive with bits of hyperactive, mostly fidgeting. Executive dysfunction, issues keeping my train of thought, poor short term memory, motivation issues, and more are the other half.
Yeah I do this too. Never thought this could be classified as hyperactive.
1. There is external hyperactivity (like Ace Ventura or any other Jim Carey character)
2. There is internal hyperactivity (Racing thoughts, excessive talking, anxiety-like symptoms, etc.).
Those with ADHD all have hyperactivity, it just manifests differently across the subtypes (ADHD-Predominately Hyperactive, ADHD Predominately Inattentive, and ADHD-Combined).
What's your opinion on "the" vs "a"? Cause in my language there are no articles. If you mean "a book" you say "any book". If you mean "the book" you say "this book" or "that book" or something to that effect. If you don't care (which is 99% of the time) - you say "book".
Do you think this distincion is worth it?
BTW I'm wondering if AI and programming will eventually create a new distinction, similar to the grammatical genders caused by domestication - it would be useful to be able to distinguish between antropomorphized but non-intelligent entities (this function threw an exception) and actually intelligent actors (this AI decided you should be fired).
This is what being American means. Capitalism and rent seeking to the max!
Rust takes its fundamentals from more advanced and well thought out functional languages. As a result it outclasses D and its ilk.