Can't really redo the view, the early observing sites are all in heavily light polluted areas
Very simple - if a builder's EMPLOYEE puts a bug in the wall, the BUILDER pays to fix it, NOT the employee, who still gets his pay, and the builder bids/quotes the job on a flat rate
The developer, IF he owns his own company, says "I'll develop XXX for $YYY", then yeah, he's on the hook for the bug, but his employee still gets paid by the hour
It has to do with the difference between being an employee vs the owner
Want to pay me like an owner? OH, OK, so you are hiring me with a flat rate to do the job, not by the hour? No problem, I'll bid the job as such, and take out insurance, just like that contractor has
I have my 8" F6 over in the closet. Man, that simple mount, and the hole idea of "Make a telescope, what's the worst outcome? You're back where you started". Been planning on rebuilding the scope as a truss tube unit. Maybe in memory of John I'll do this over the next few weeks
Maybe because the source article (yes I read it) used those obsolete terms, and the
I have 2 inkjet printers which violate your rules:
1)The "Main" family inkjet. Like a lot of folks, I'm probably in the 'sweet spot" for inkjet. I print circa 1-3 pages a day, enough that the heads don't clog, and low enough that the price per page just doesn't make a laser worth it
A serious photo printer (In my case, a Canon 9500MkIII, then again, as a semi-pro photographer, I want/need the control over papers/process that I could not get from the labs (I used to use a lab). The fact that I happen to have 3 different types of fine art paper in 8.5x11, 11x17 and 13x19, to fit the job at hand is just a "Oh well, it's paper, the price of the print more than covers it"
wow, a pool about 34 ft in diameter, 4 feet deep, nope, no one can filter that much water
NY caps it at $405/week, no matter what you earned
MSDN is the developer stack. More stuff, but costs more too
But that is what the new nyc machines are. Paper ballot, pen, paper, and a scanner, but the voters and poll workers still have not figured it out. They make you wait on line to find out which line to wait in to get your ballot, then wait on line to get the ballot(and sign for it) the you have to fill it in where they can see you, but not your ballot, then you bring it to the scanning area, and the whole process takes more Room than the lever machines and walking from point a to b. last election, we had lines around the block to get into get your ballot, and with the levers, I never had more than 5 people in front of me
depending on where you live, even in the US, you want to build an addition to you house, go right ahead. a lot of the country does not have zoning laws
But the Government doesn't CARE about a level playing field. There are anti-money laundering laws, many of which were the actual original reason for the RICO act in the first place. They don't have to PROVE that you laundered money, just that you set up a system that could, and didn't follow the "Know Your Customer" rules, and things like Dodd Frank (come April 10th). The mere agreeing to setup a system that COULD be used to bypass is enough for you to go away for a LONG LONG LONG time.
"Should have" was meant in the legal way. By building in money laundering without tracking, they ARE in violation of RICO. That means they Can do life without parole, as can anyone who assists, the second the govt decides to crack down. They can say " we don't know" and the govt says "you should,and should have, retroactively" life in jail for not playing the game tends to end this stuff
In addition, they just 'prove' that Bitcoin is being used to circumvent Money Laundering laws, and that the admins SHOULD have known/built tracking in, and they get arrested for RICO act violations, and the founders/admins/server admins, do life in Federal Prison. Lather, rinse, repeat like they did for the mob, and...
The industry STANDARD is Solidworks, with SOME form of CAM, but it is expensive, and the CAM side of the house can get crazy, depending on what features you want/need to support. High speed machining? 3+ axis profiling? etc. The HUGE advantage, if you are a student, you can get it CHEAP, and even better, if your school picks it up/you have access to their validation server it can be free. Going into the pro world, this is the one they will probably expect you to know
Best for money/easiest? I went Alibre enterprise, but the CAM it ships with is somewhat limited, but it may be enough for what you want to do. Bobcad/cam is another product where I own a seat, but it didn't work the way I thought. Rhino gets good reviews, and is supposedly fairly easy
IF you have the funds, and are starting from scratch, and want you knowledge to be industry applicable, get Solidworks (for the amount I spend on a full up Bobcad, Alibre, and CAM, I probably could have done this, and even if it was extra, I wish I did). There is a real cheap version of Alibre, see if you like it (I also think there is a 30 day trial of the full up version)
Oh, one huge advantage/disadvantage of Alibre - they use the directX libraries vs (gad, can't remember what the high end cads - had 3 teeth pulled today, and drugged off my mind). The GOOD thing is that you don't need to run a workstation level graphics card - just a good 'regular' card, like you would do for a business or gaming PC.