Not the least of which are illegal drugs and they wind up on the fingertips!
"macabre, consumer paradise" or monitored controlled populace?
Though not as colorful, you can now imagine what it was like for a pilot and copilot doing raids in WWII. Scaaaary!
Design discussions proceed fast and with dozens of suggestions. Post-it notes and yellow pads are extremely quick and if a partner wants a copy of your notes, a cellphone camera shot will do it pronto.
Yeah as they repeat the upright guy with the Yeti suit walking through the forrest up in Washington for the 5000 th time.
Solar/UV radiation on floating plastic degrades the polymers rather quickly.
Then the other side of the equation is critters adhere to plastic and their weight eventually causes the plastic to sink. You see wood in the ocean just covered with masses of barnacles, which would sink a small piece of plastic quickly.
Most plastics are also not very reactive in the quick digestion systems of fish, so I suspect that much of the small particles simply pass through quickly with no effect on the fish.
A lot of bogus arguements are "floating around" out there.
Unaccountable special action teams is starting to sound an awful lot like the SS & Stassi in Germany.
And guess who is inciting government entities to do extra legal actions by doing it himself from "on high?"
The concept of using the equivalent of ski lift pods above ground between light poles has always made a lot of sense to me.
I've wondered why downtown city planners haven't implemented this type of transit as it could potentially alleviate all sorts of congestion for relatively "long walks" people have to make in dense areas.
Are not trivial for moving heavy products from continent to continent.
Labor with automated systems is sometimes no longer a large expense.
You get more from Microsoft and it is free !!!
"the user interface is similar to the Windows phone. And it is being offered as a way to hook users into its cloud-based services"
Otherwise you can't get anything done online.
So then fire the agency’s criminal investigations unit.
Or the alternative high end & hot? Will Late & Lame sell or will they give them away?
Just for clarity, I'm not going to run the backup/archival system as an FMPro consultant will do that.
I need to get some more background, so I have knowledge of where the tradeoffs are. I know this is done all the time, but I'm sure there are still choices to be made.
What is the best overview doc/book out there for covering backup-archiving options?
I want to be more conversant with the subject before starting work with a FileMaker Pro DB consultant.
I will be doing a mission critical but small database, so data storage size won't be an issue as far as existing 1-4TB HDDs go & RAID arrays. Losing a day's or even an hour's data entry is not an option.