200 person aerospace company mix of manufacturing and engineering. two person IT also handles facilities and property management. We get by OK. Get a good ticketing system for help desk shit. (kayako.com is what we use, the in-house version on a VM.) Use clonezilla for builds. Keep shit as simple as you can. Outsource as much as you can.
You said the answer: coax cable.
Just like Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land today is a good read but not that special. But back in 1960 when it came out, holy fuck!
Don't know where you live but in my state it's at 97.5% compliance.
The 'e' is silent, thus invisible.
So he should us Special Information Tones Tones?
What's the name of the film? I'm now curious.
Not when you're losing weight. Or did you think that people lost weight by eating more than they burn?
What utter nonsense.
At the end of the day, you eat more than you burn = you gain weight; you burn more than you eat, you lose weight.
Do we all burn calories equally? Not really -- our levels of activity, our genetic makeup, our body composition, and many other variables play a role in determining this.
When I'm active, I can eat ~3500-4000 calories a day and I still stay in great shape. When I've fallen off the wagon, I will gain weight at ~2500 calories because I just turn into a lazy mash that couch surfs.
Does blindly counting calories make sense? Of course not -- you have to figure out what *your* threshold is. How many calories do YOU need before you start losing/gaining weight and adjust it from that point on.
But to discount counting calories in its entirety is just rubbish. Because ultimately, if you are not eating more than you burn, where is your body getting the excessive calories from?
You're an idiot.
That was von Braun, for one. For another, Oppenheimer was aghast at the destruction caused by the atomic bomb (he quoted the Bhagvad Gita, "I am become Death -- the destroyer of worlds." after the Trinity Test) and actively campaigned for non-proliferation.
If anything, his sympathies towards the other sides caused him to be a martyr to McCarthyism. Hell, even von Braun commented that, "In England, Oppenheimer would have been knighted."
Oppenheimer is the poster child for how scientists have little control over the political consequences and use of their discoveries, and how the political institutions would happily discard them once they're wrung dry.
Are you sure that wasn't just coax gain?
Nah, more like studios, who are the actual content creators.
MSOs are as much at the mercy of content providers as consumers.
His (or her) anonymity does not take away from the validity of the statement.