oil is a commodity sold on the open market. If Saudi production goes down that is less on the market. and prices go up. Just because we are producing it, doesn't mean we don't pay for it.
The slingatron 5000 sounds better.
I don't agree with BB, until recently it was the corporate smart phone, until they realized they could save $100/phone/month by using anything EXCEPT BB.
20 cops with 20 cameras, then you've got an argument against the department if 20 cameras fail.
You should atleast get audio from others along with video from other cops involved in beating your ass.
couple years later took a Pascal class then a C++ class.
outside of those it was necessity. I'm doing the same calculation repeatedly, I'll pull together a bit of code to automate the routine.
lately, my programming has been on PLCs
have fun with that. by the time you've seen the sights all day, drank at the pub all night, and found a quiet place to sleep it off, you'll be doing it again.
my biggest problem was finding a balance. 8 to 10 hours onsite, then go back to the hotel for a drink to answer emails for a couple hours, make phone calls, eat, then home gets to work so they are emailing and needing this or that. you end up with another 9 hours with them trying to do your day job.
Karl's version of Parkinson's Law: Work expands to exceed the time alloted it.