There are writers/editors who provide a biography service: they'll come over and talk about the past and write it all down. This helps you relive your memories while the biography is crated, and you get a limited edition biography to boot, that you can give to friends and loved ones.
Same here. Local IT reports to Finance, which is a good thing, because all IT does in the views of the "bigwigs" is "spend money" anyway
True, but think of what 70% fuel usage reduction would bring. Fuel accounts for 30 - 40% of the ticket price, so a 70% reduction in fuel would cut ticket prices by 20 - 30%.
In Norway or Sweden (can't really remember which) there was also a trial with fuel efficient approaches, which reduce fuel consumption by up to 10% for shorter hauls. Instead of coming in high and fast, the plane would more gradually descend and decelerate, basically glide itself down to the airport. This requires stricter planning of approaches, though, and if you were to have to break off your approach for some reason the advantage would be completely lost...
Unfortunately, "man up and deal with it" is the only way to do this. That, and split up your keys in several bunches.
I've got a private bunch with my 3 house keys and my car key, and a work bunch with the 5 keys and 3 RFID tags that I need at work. The house bunch has a Toyota hanger from the dealership, and the work bunch has a nice metal hanger with the logo of my employer. Oh, and then I've got my bicycle key separately, with a handmade bronze crocodile hanger, souvenir from Sabou, Burkina Faso, where I sat the back of a live croc.
That way you generally only walk around with half your keys in the pocket, limiting the damage to your clothes. What's more, having a heavy bunch of keys in the pocket isn't very comfortable...
Link to Original Source
Agreed! I took a Scheidegger touchtyping course when I was around 10 years old, on one of ye olde electric typewriters, and it turns out that it is one of the most useful things I ever learned. Well, math and spelling are very useful too, of course, but touchtyping is a skill that has served me throughout my professional life.
The problem is that in elementary school, most teachers don't know how to touch type, so how could they teach the children? The teachers should be taught first!