But what if he's 5 times as fast! That's gotta count for something.
As a matter of fact, I think its *illegal* to open office my job. I work in payroll. We have a divider, a locked door, our own machines, and our own storage. Sticking us in an open area is just asking for an eventual lawsuit.
Your argument amounts to 'because THE LAW.' That is not a valid argument. It has been shown time and time again that it is unsafe to travel 15mph slower than other traffic in most conditions, regardless of speed limits. The law, in this case, is intended to create a safe environment for driving but is failing in those circumstances. The law in some states says that its illegal to do anything but missionary sex, does that mean we should follow it? Hell no. Part of rooting out bad laws is civil disobedience. If people didn't disobey laws and codes that didn't make sense, then there would be no way to find out which laws didn't make sense. Well, unless you want to rely on lawyers, politicians, and lawmakers to make those decisions for us. Sorry, but they move too slow, too inefficiently, and too innacurately.
I have the same problem as you. I don't only use 3 fingers, but I tend to 'hover' above the keys rather than rest them on the keys themselves.
I think I've found the reason I can't type faster on mechanicals, and its precisely the above mentioned hovering. The mechanical keyboards always have higher keycaps, and I tend to have far higher mistake counts on the mechanical. I really think I could enjoy mechanicals if the keys themselves weren't twice the height of the keyboard frame and didnt' have such insane depths.
All that said, I have noticed a quicker reaction time on the mechanical keyboards in games, enough to be noticeable on the MX Browns. This works well for me because I'm not moving my hand very often when gaming on a keyboard. I wish I could get the best of both worlds with a low-keyheight mechanical keyboard, but I haven't been able to find one.
Because in games, you're interacting with the content. Any delay in interaction is extremely jarring. Movies and such don't have this issue.
I work in finance, commonly dealing with payroll systems and data. There's a lot of stuff you can't or discuss in a standard email, and the secure stuff I do send, I only provide the password verbally to the recipient. On top of this, most agencies I need to interact with (state gov'ts/IRS/unions/EBAs) don't have anything available except voice discussion or snailmail.
Its the same reason makeup is aesthetically better. Makeup for actors and normals alike are a way of blending out imperfections to regress to a norm. We actually find the average more beautiful than the eccentric when it comes to the human figure. 24fps and motion blur also blends out imperfections, but filming imperfections. With HFR, you feel like you're watching someone being filmed as it becomes too obvious that there's a camera involved due to movement imperfections/etc. That' a 4th wall violation and takes away from immersion.
When you remember someone's face, do you remember every freckle, mole, shade, and strand of hair? If you were to draw it on a paper, wouldn't it look closer to a drawing than a realistic representation? That's whats going on here. Movies with their theatrical effects are tapping into that, so its like you're watching a memory. You make it too real feeling or present 4th wall realizations and you remove the suspension of disbeleif.
All that said, 24fps has its limitations. Transformers was where I found this most obvious, they had to do all the transformations in slowmo for you to actually catch what was going on, and even then it was still too overwhelming to catch without the extra frames. I think HFR will be more successful if they add in some effects to reduce the obviousness that its being shot by a camera. What they are/will be, I don't know. I think camera stability, shooting angles, scene switching, and motion blur all need to be reworked for it to look a lot better. That's a tall order and its gonna take some time.
Also, to add, they only use these fuels far from coastal waters. For instance, they aren't allowed to use these fuels within 100 or so miles of Los Angeles. Some shipowners have even stopped using the dirtier fuel entirely as a simplification measure.
Magnetic suspension? That sounds quite costly on a power budget, and a lot of these probes have really tight power budgets. Plus, you'd have to build in the ability for it to not get ripped apart during launch, which means overengineering the magnetic suspension just to get it off the ground even though that excess capability will never be used in space. I'd think mechanical reaction wheels would be a cinch to lock in comparison.
I'm probably wrong, but that was my initial gut thoughts on the subject.
Its on your customers not giving enough information in their wire transfers. That's something thats chosen when you initiate the wire, there is plenty of space for the information you request.
There are several ways to reduce the problem at least, all by accounting and billing methods. On accounting, there should be amounts sitting out there in an account waiting to clear for the incoming payments. The ambiguous payments are a small subset of the total and will likely be identifiable simply by amounts outstanding for smaller quantities. If you have too many duplicate amounts with ambiguous payments, and you have less than 100 frequent wire clients with this issue, you could implement collective invoicing on a monthly basis for those clients, something commonly managed by the collections dept and part of key client management anyway. That would significantly reduce the quantity of incoming payments and also make them more unique values. You'd still have to call to verify payment, but this way you could call the client directly instead.
While true, I was quite surprised at how expensive banking seems to be in Canada. Almost nowhere in the US do you actually have to pay for a bank account, let alone have such onerous transaction count limits or savings account transfer limits. I do wish we had the electronic transfers to inidividuals, but its not worth $10/mo to me.
Its a smart business method. My conglomerate group used to do the internal thing, but the past decade has consisted of making sure each business unit functions acceptably in the market on its own. The sister companies compete with outside clients for jobs, etc. It ensures that you don't end up with a bloated business unit riding on the laurels of another. When that happens, you get a single point of failure for all business units.
I'm agnostic but I really liked that movie. I think it really captured what it means to live to that religious principle because it showed both the right and wrong way to do it. Was the director's cut really that good? I might have to check it out.
Its common slang, at lest in the US. I'm guessing it has roots from either the past newspaper industry 'dropping' their new edition or military supply drops.
Our company pays for employee coffee. We have coffee machines in every breakroom with coffee and cream and sugar available. It has been found to increase productivity and reduce the number of coffee breaks that employees take. $11,000 for coffee seems awfully low, honestly.